10.21.10

OneDegreeTV: Heritage Aviation
‘a smarter, greener building’

Aviation is an energy intensive industry, accounting for roughly 3% of global carbon emissions. Manufacturers are developing greener aircraft, exploring alternatives to fossil fuels and looking for ways to recycle planes slated for retirement. Many airlines now…

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10.15.10

Empire State Building Gets Retrofit

The Empire State Building may no longer be the tallest building in the world, but it’s once again standing as a symbol of progress, nearly 80 years after its completion. A sweeping energy…

10.14.10

Brands: Stonyfield Farm’s new corn-based packaging

What happens when a company’s green innovation threatens to compromise one of its core principles? Stonyfield Farm, the organic yogurt company, has been a leader in responsible practices for years and is deeply committed to organic farming. But while its…

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10.12.10

Giants in Recycling

The San Francisco Giants have surprised a lot of people this season, which saw them edge out the San Diego Padres to win the National League West on the last day of the regular season. After…

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10.11.10

The Naked Table Project

Because it’s where we live, we spend a lot of time considering the contradictions of a modern Vermont- all the qualities that people expect (rural, artisanal, a quirky blend of traditional and progressive, local, green…) and the ones…

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10.06.10

Sun Chips: Green, yes. But noisy!

Kermit said it best. It’s not easy being green. Forward-thinking companies can blaze a green trail, knowing that, in most cases, a “better” product is better business. But, ultimately, the marketplace will decide if an idea’s time has…

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