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Mention mobile applications, or mobile apps, and people think of games, email, news, weather, productivity and other software for Apple, Android and other smart phones and tablet computers. But an app with broader impact — the first mobile application to foster wider use of the environmentally friendly and sustainable principles of ... keep reading
It’s hard to feel pessimistic about the potential of human organizing when you talk with Richard Bartlett and Benjamin Knight from Loomio.org, a project born out of the Occupy movement of 2011 in Wellington New Zealand. Loomio is a software application built for group empowerment and decision-making. It ... keep reading
There are a lot of myths out there that keep people from embracing or even considering making use of contemporary technology. In the following paragraphs we are going to do our best to dispel those myths. Myth #1: It’s Too Expensive Twenty years ago computers were astronomically expensive. So ... keep reading
Norway is to double carbon tax on its North Sea oil industry and set up a £1bn fund to help combat the damaging impacts of climate change in the developing world. In one of the most radical climate programmes yet by an oil-producing nation, the Norwegian government has proposed increasing ... keep reading
Committed to helping improve the environment, Chicago-based EverLights, which specializes in providing the safe removal and disposal of e-waste in accordance with the law, in partnership with Lowe Construction & Management Company, Hines and The John Buck Company, will host a number of e-waste recycling drives in downtown Chicago to celebrate ... keep reading
There is a question from a gentleman in the fourth row. He introduces himself as Richard Rothschild. He tells the crowd that he ran for county commissioner in Maryland’s Carroll County because he had come to the conclusion that policies to combat global warming were actually “an attack on ... keep reading
From our friends at Wellhome another one of their infographics and this time they went global to look at global energy efficiency advocacy. keep reading
It frustrates me when I hear business owners say “we are too small to worry about IP”. When you are small you are at your most vulnerable. When your brand is very new, you may not have established sufficient reputation to defend it by suing others for passing off or ... keep reading
From 1618 to 1648, Europe was engulfed in a series of intensely brutal conflicts known collectively as the Thirty Years’ War. It was, in part, a struggle between an imperial system of governance and the emerging nation-state. Indeed, many historians believe that the modern international system of nation-states was crystallized ... keep reading
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