Tag Archives: climate change

Are Both Sides Finally Meeting in the Middle?

By Bahar Gidwani   This past week brought two pieces of positive news on Climate Change activism.  A number of highly-influential and well-connected politicians publicly stressed the importance of addressing climate change.  One of these luminaries, former New York Mayor Michael … Continue reading

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Does Climate Change Have Time for Transition Plans?

By Carol Pierson Holding   The USDA Forest Service is pushing through the sale of nearly 6,200 acres of Tongass rainforest’s old growth timber for 10-15 years of logging, claiming that’s what the timber industry needs to “transition” to second-growth … Continue reading

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Climate Change’s Changing Cultural Meme

By Carol Pierson Holding   The prevailing wisdom has been that there’s very little we can actually do about climate change. Even environmentalists are prone to admit, after strenuously arguing the opposite, that there is little hope given the amount … Continue reading

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8 Pieces of Advice on Sustainability Entrepreneurship

CSRHub Cofounder Cynthia Figge shared her thoughts at Founders’ Friday sponsored by Women 2.0.   Relentless, Filled With Hope   I have been an entrepreneur since I could first conceive of business. I cofounded my college’s Coop and with the … Continue reading

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No News Is Bad News for Climate Change Action

By Carol Pierson Holding   The top story on my Thursday’s New York Times mobile edition was titled “U.N. Says Lag in Confronting Climate Woes Will be Costly.” Surely the newspaper wouldn’t feature a story that prominently on an issue … Continue reading

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