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Chevron, EDF Chat About Fracking, Cap & Trade

Chevron, EDF Chat About Fracking, Cap & Trade | Sustainable Business & Politics | Scoop.it
Two energy business and environmental policy heavyweights duked it out - sparring over several economic and environmental issues.
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my article covering Monday's Commonwealth Club San Francisco presentation.

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Washington: Sustainability savings add up: $91M and counting - Electric Light & Power

Washington: Sustainability savings add up: $91M and counting - Electric Light & Power | Sustainable Business & Politics | Scoop.it
Washington: Sustainability savings add up: $91M and counting Electric Light & Power UC's Policy on Sustainable Practices guides campuses in nine areas: green building, clean energy, sustainable transportation, climate protection, sustainable...
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Connecting business strategies with social progress

Connecting business strategies with social progress | Sustainable Business & Politics | Scoop.it
Encouraging sustainable business practices means seeing beyond 'green' to redesigning businesses for shared value, says Dan Gray (Great article - Connecting Business Strategy with Social Progress - http://t.co/umSltlU0)...
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Which Companies' Sustainability Promises Do You Believe? - New York Times (blog)

Which Companies' Sustainability Promises Do You Believe? - New York Times (blog) | Sustainable Business & Politics | Scoop.it
New York Times (blog)
Which Companies' Sustainability Promises Do You Believe?
New York Times (blog)
H&M, the Swedish clothing retail giant, has vowed to become greener and more sustainable when it comes to the water it uses to make its clothes.
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New economic model needed not relentless consumer demand

New economic model needed not relentless consumer demand | Sustainable Business & Politics | Scoop.it
Capitalism can dramatically improve living standards but it's also built on the falsely assumed insatiability of human need, writes Tim Jackson (New economic model needed not relentless consumer demand http://t.co/EDT15MjD...
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Five Ways Obama Can Take Sustainability to the Next Level in His Second Term

Five Ways Obama Can Take Sustainability to the Next Level in His Second Term | Sustainable Business & Politics | Scoop.it
Yesterday, President Barrack Obama delivered his Second Inaugural Address before nearly a million people crowding the Washington Mall and millions more watching from around the world.
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