Two Steps Forward

Inside Paul Hawken?s audacious plan to 'drawdown' climate change

Can a book be the salvation to the global climate challenge?

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Ellen Weinreb checks the pulse of the CSO profession

The good news: No one risks working themselves out of a job. The bad news: Some jobs disappear anyway.

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Why Procter & Gamble is resetting its sustainability goals

The world's largest consumer packaged goods company is expanding some of its commitments and dialing back on another.

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Green Seal at 25: Still looking to make its mark

This week, the eco-labeling group Green Seal celebrates 25 years of trying to transform the marketplace. It’s been a long road, with lots of twists and turns, and more than a few detours.

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Recyclebank at 10: What we've learned

It takes more than reward points to lure a city's residents to recycle. It takes behavioral research and more than a little ingenuity.

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The audacious optimism of Climate Week

Why is the private sector so gosh-darn positive about solving climate change?

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CH2M Hill, Nature Conservancy aim to grow green infrastructure

Can the NGO-business hook-up accelerate efforts to put nature to work to protect cities and coastlines?

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John Elkington, the 'Breakthrough Challenge' and tomorrow's bottom line

Sustainable business pioneer John Elkington discusses his new book, the big challeges companies face and whether he's optimistic about the future.

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Are students getting the sustainability skills they need?

Colleges and universities are offering more sustainability courses. But that doesn’t necessarily mean they are equipping today’s students for tomorrow’s challenges

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Should we "green up" dirty energy technologies?

Companies and activists alike are working to make processes like fracking and tar sands oil production more environmentally responsible. Should we beat them up or cheer them on?

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Why the world's biggest companies are investing in recycling

Interest in recycling is looping back around. Here's $100 million to make that happen.

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Kara Hurst named Amazon's first sustainability executive

Retailing giant Amazon has hired the CEO of The Sustainability Consortium to help the company improve its low regard in sustainability circles.

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The 198 people who can transform the U.S. electric grid

Changing how electricity is generated, bought and sold in the United States begins with a small handful of individuals in each state who set the rules.

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Why sustainability leaders don?t impress Wall Street

If sustainable business practices create profits and shareholder value, why aren’t mainstream investors paying attention?

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