Tag: carbon neutrality

Cool Green Morning: Monday, March 16

Written by | March 16th, 2009

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That’s Malé, capital of the Maldives, in the photo above. Understand why they’re concerned about sea-level rise from climate change? And yet the president of the Maldives has just made an extraordinary pledge to green his country — part of the five green links you must click on this morning: And a Small Nation Will […]

Cool Green Morning: January 2, 2009

Written by | January 2nd, 2009

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Good morning! (We didn’t say that too loudly, in case you’re still suffering from a New Year’s hangover.) Here’s what we’re finding in the green blogosphere this morning: Joel Makower is pessimistic that businesses can ever achieve true sustainability–that is, without an economic meltdown to prod them. But is corporate carbon neutrality impossible, anyway? That’s […]

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