As we’ve noted many, many times before, we waste an awful lot of food: in fact, it’s the biggest component of the US’ solid waste stream. As we’ve also noted many, many times before, challenges like these inspire creative thinking. This past Sunday, PBS Newshour dug into the stories of people who’ve found inspiration in […]
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The NRDC’s launched a celebration of great American craft beers… and the clean water than makes them possible.
How do we decrease the amount of food waste we create? How can we make better use of the food that doesn’t get eaten? What opportunities are we missing along the supply chain? Sounds like good topics for a discussion… so let’s discuss.
In 2009, I spent several months volunteering with a new non-profit organization dedicated to small-scale, local food production… EarthDance. The organization’s founder, Molly Rockamann, was a total powerhouse of energy and passion… I had trouble keeping up! Though I couldn’t give the organization the time it needed, I really loved the concept: getting urbanites and […]
Carol Coletta, head of the national network CEOs for Cities and host of the weekly radio show Smart City, writes on Good Magazine’s web site: “It is increasingly clear that the old American dream is shattered, and we need…
[social_buttons] Sony Pictures Studios believes in creating a culture on their Culver City campus. For CEO Michael Lynton and Co-Chairman Amy Pascal this includes a culture of environmental responsibility and sustainable stewardship, according to Jon Corcoran, VP, Corporate Safety and Environmental Affairs and John Rego, Director, Environmental Sustainability for the movie studio. During a recent […]