The Twelve Days of sustainablog: Email, Passover, and Water
Spring sprang with a vengeance in April, and despite the bouts of Spring fever, we took our laptops outside to enjoy the new season while keeping the posts flowing.
No foolishness here… just good stories from the wide world of sustainability. Here’s a few of our best…
- Kelli Best-Oliver introduced us to Readymade magazine’s new digital edition.
- Tim Hurst looked forward to the ROTHBURY Music Festival, and the green practices that festival organizers were putting into place.
- Bill Chameides from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment explained how renewable energy sources can help conserve water.
- I interviewed Patty Calkins, Xerox’s VP of Vice President of Environment, Health and Safety, about the company’s sustainability initiatives.
- Carol McClelland discussed how businesses are implementing ideas and processes based on biomimicry.
- Chad Crawford explored green Passover celebrations.
- M.C. Milker took a look at efforts to quantify the carbon footprint of email.
- Nayelli Gonzalez reported on proposed laws designed to balance development and water shortages in California.
- And John Ivanko argued that May Day is the perfect day to start your own green business.
Tomorrow: Spring Flowers, Cinco de Mayo and Derby Day — May 2008