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Why Amazon’s headquarters are like the Plotnick Diamond

Cities competing in this cattle call should be careful what they wish for.

Brexit Britain reveals ambitious plan for low carbon growth

“The grownups have finally won,” says one commentator. Maybe the U.S. could learn something…

Japanese aluminum company fabricated data about strength, durability

Another reason that we have to use less of the stuff.

This monster is urging Starbucks to use recyclable cups

The coffee chain sends 8,000 non-recyclable cups to landfill every minute worldwide.

When the Netherlands bans gas cars (2030), coal will be gone too

Two big announcements from one small nation.

Kyan’s Kabin: Make-A-Wish child chooses sustainability

Thirteen-year-old Kyan MacDonald is living with leukemia in Bridgton, Maine. When the Make-A-Wish Foundation gave him the opportunity of his young lifetime, he chose a tiny house of his very own on his family’s property.

Chicken plants in Midwest are human slave camps

When a judge sends a defendant to the ‘Chicken Farm,’ it’s considered worse than jail by some.

Chicken plants in Midwest are human labor camps

When a judge sends a defendant to the ‘Chicken Farm,’ it’s considered worse than jail by some.

Procter & Gamble launches dish soap bottle made from recycled ocean plastic

320,000 Fairy Ocean Plastic bottles will be made, the largest production of its kind in the world.

Changing the paradigm of consumption

Companies are in position to shift away from a linear towards a circular product economy that is at once regenerative and restorative.