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Ikea is getting into the refurbished business
Ikea is refurbing furniture to meet its sustainability goals
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• October 15, 2020
The future of avocados is cryogenic freezing
Meet the cryo-cado.
• September 28, 2020
A fusion future is getting closer to reality
International partners just broke ground on the largest fusion facility to date, and a fusion startup just got a big boost.
• August 14, 2020
Thanks to this startup, your next road trip might be on plastic
TechniSoil turned bottles into the first plastic-paved stretch of highway in California.
• August 5, 2020
Hold that banana peel: Vermont now requires universal composting
Dropping organic waste into the trash is now against the law.
• July 7, 2020
There’s big business in cow burps
Cows are notorious methane emitters, and an entire industry wants to make their belches less destructive.
• May 4, 2020
Wanna know how life in isolation has changed us? Look at the electricity data
The secrets of everyone’s screwy schedules are revealed in the fluctuations of the power grid.
• April 23, 2020
The big (green) short: How hedge funds profit off greenwashing
Green Graft: Hedge funds are shorting companies with weak environmental credentials.
• December 19, 2019
Warmer weather heats up Scandinavian wine industry
Warm weather is spurring investment in an up-and-coming Scandinavian wine industry, and continued warming is only expected to beget more growth.
• November 12, 2019
ExxonMobil investors ask the company to disclose its greenhouse emissions targets
2 of ExxonMobil’s largest investors are urging the oil giant to disclose its short-term and long-term goals for cutting its greenhouse emissions.
• April 2, 2019
The US incineration industry is on fire thanks to China’s ban on recycling imports
Now that China refuses to serve as the world’s recycling bin, cities are resorting to straight-up trash-burning.
• February 28, 2019
Patagonia doubles down on ‘morality marketing’ with endorsement of 2 senators
Patagonia doubled down on its political activism by endorsing 2 candidates for Senate, but it’s a strategy that works better for some brands than others.
• October 22, 2018
The Culprit Companies Greenwashing Climate Change
Global brands like to pretend they’re eco-friendly. The key word here is “pretend.” In Paris, at The United Nations Climate Change Conference, big brands...
• December 6, 2015
Everyone is baking — and entrepreneurs are rising up to meet the demand
The restaurant owner who asked for 1-star Yelp reviews
The worst sales promotion in history
Why nobody ever wins the car at the mall
How small business owners survived the Great Recession
New business ideas and the best way to capitalize.
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