A brief look at what the big four tech giants are up to in terms of sustainability. Given their tremendous resources, expectations are understandably high.
An intriguing discussion where the guest speakers explained & explored the symbiotic economy. It is essentially a regenerative alternative economic model, one that could prove useful in our transition towards sustainability.
Sharing some sustainability take-aways from a recent trip to Singapore. The country is clean, green, and state-of-the-art. There's a lot to emulate.
Sharing some pretty cool energy alternatives. Knowing that we need to decarbonize, technology is offering sweet sustainability innovations!
Reinventing the Humble Road With climate change upon us, it's past time to start reimagining how we design our cities. Indeed, concern over the present state of the environment can be effectively leveraged as a means of creating improved social standards for all inhabitants. One such opportunity is through the transformation of the humble road.... Continue Reading →
Bicycles pervade the Japanese capital! They are clean, convenient, & safe means of getting around Tokyo. Read on to learn about by personal experience.
The Road to Renewables Given the dramatic rise of greenhouse gases (GHG) resulting from human activity, it's clear that we need to adopt alternative methods to dig us out of this hot mess. One such means of cutting back on our carbon emissions is through resorting to renewable sources as the main source of energy... Continue Reading →
Biomimicry encourages us to leverage the awesome might of nature, and represents a cutting edge approach towards developing sustainable solutions. Essentially, this means replicating nature's designs.
The circular economy represents a closed-loop system where waste is not waste. Rather, it's a source of power or material for something else.
Social plastic represents an opportunity for the poor to monetize the plastic pollution clogging up their local environment.
Van Jones advocates for the support and development of the Green Collar Economy, a source of well-paid, domestic, and sustainable jobs.