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…



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…


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…



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…



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…



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…