Home Care Assistance, in cooperation with the Arbor Day Foundation plans to plant 5,000 trees in 2017 to promote a healthy environment and honor its present and former clients. Trees will be planted in the Tahoe National Forest in California and Chippewa National Forest in Minnesota.
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The Washington Coast Works Sustainable Small Business Competition will award $10,000 to the winning contestant and another $10,000 in runner-up awards. The entrepreneur competition has been established by The Nature Conservancy in collaboration with Enterprise for Equity, Pinchot University’s Center for Inclusive Entrepreneurship, and the Taala Fund. It is also funded in part by a USDA Rural Business […]
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The SmartBike from VanMoof comes with disc brakes, an internal gearbox, and an anti-theft guarantee thanks to a built in GPS tracker.
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Watly is a 15 ton machine that can turn contaminated water from a river, ocean or even sewage into drinking water. In addition, it generates enough electricity to power digital devices and is a wifi hotspot one kilometer wide. Watly is designed to solve three major infrastructure needs — access to clean water, electricity to run […]
Nomanix is partnering with Recover Fabrics to create the first sustainable T shirt made with 100% recycled cloth and textile waste.
Three years ago, Cynthia Tello gave up her job in LA and moved home to Brazil where she started her own company making sustainable footwear from coconut fiber and recycled plastic bottles.
Tad Hargrave is an internet marketer who knows how difficult it is to come up with a clear, compelling meme to describe your own online business. Enter his contest to learn more.
A new town in southwest Florida intends to be the greenest community in the US. The developer has made sustainability the central theme of his new town, Babcock Ranch
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