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Tag: Sustainability

 

Innovations in environmental and social behavior that enable organizations and society to operate for the long term

 

Government

Presidio Rules

Supplement to the article “The Park That Paid Off.”
By SSIR Editors | May. 13, 2015
 
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Environment

Using Economic Forces to Conserve Nature

Conservationists are devising new ways to strategically use financial incentives—such as conservation easements—to preserve nature.
 

Business

Supercharging Corporate Sustainability

To accelerate progress on sustainability, businesses need a radically different approach to engaging investors and consumers.

By Georg Kell & Peter Lacy | 1 | Feb. 18, 2015
 

Nonprofit Management

Business Models for Sustainability and Scale (Session Three of Three)

Presented by Alexa Cortes Culwell, Antony Bugg-Levine, & Janet Gless | Nov. 13, 2014
 

Technology & Design

The Future of Green Tech

Presented by Clayton M. Christensen and L. Hunter Lovins | May. 31, 2011
 
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Socially Responsible Business

Fun for a Change

Volkswagen believes that doing the right thing—taking the stairs, reducing litter, and driving an eco-friendly car—can be pleasurable and desirable.
By Aaron Dalton | 1 | Apr. 19, 2010
 
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Environment

Sustainable Living: Becoming an Unconsumer

The recent recession has led to a change in how consumers buy and sell, a new trend called unconsumption.

By Halle Tecco | 3 | Apr. 7, 2010
 
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Environment

Tech Clears the Air

Manufacturers in the United States are building more and more products while churning out less and less air pollution.
By Alana Conner | Feb. 23, 2010
 
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Environment

LEED the Way

The LEED green-building certification system is one of the fastest growing nonprofits in America.
By Brandon Keim | Feb. 23, 2010
 
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Technology & Design

Grassroots Concrete

Build Change is shaking up construction practices in earthquake-prone areas.
By Brandon Keim | Feb. 3, 2010