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05.05.09

Broadway’s First ‘Green Theater’

All the world’s a stage, so perhaps it’s no surprise to see Broadway acting on behalf of the planet. We’ve covered a number of the recent initiatives on Broadway (from green billboards to the

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05.04.09

50 Cars vs 1 Bus

We saw this video on CR Blog, from Acne advertising, about a successful ad campaign they created on behalf of Swedish airport bus company (Flygbussarna). The project’s goal was to “challenge the status…

04.23.09

UK cuts use of plastic bags by 26% in 2 years

As more cities in the United States address the “plastic bag issue,” from outright bans to proposed bag taxes, a new study in the U.K. should provide some encouragement. New figures

04.21.09

SF’s Mayor Newsom Eyes Ocean Power

In his post last week for the Huffington Post, San Francisco’s Mayor Gavin Newsom wrote about the need to invest in safe, renewable forms of ocean energy. It’s worth a read,…

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04.20.09

The Vatican Seeks More Help From Above

Last year, we did a post on the Vatican’s efforts to become the world’s first carbon zero state. It’s looking good! The Vatican recently unveiled plans to build Europe’s largest solar power plant. The project will…

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U.S. ranks 39th on list of “Cleanest Countries”

We were interested in Andy Stone’s article for Forbes about “the world’s cleanest countries.” Columbia University’s Center for International Earth Science Information Network and Yale University’s Center for Environmental Law and Policy

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