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The Water Bearers: Exclusive Interview with Xylem Watermark and Mercy Corps

In his message for World Water Day 2014, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon recognized the importance of access to clean water in "our efforts to build stable societies and lives of dignity for all," specifically calling for "innovative strategies." Here's one partnership that has been successful in answering that call 

Will Slumbering Senate Wake Up on Climate Change?

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - Earlier last week, 30 U.S. Senators stayed up all night discussing climate change for 15 hours.

Exclusive Interview with Alfredo Quarto, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Mangrove Action Project

Mangrove deforestation, due to the shrimp industry, tourism development and other human-caused factors, has resulted in countless deaths around the globe when ocean-borne natural disasters strike. Alfredo Quarto is on a mission to save these unique life-saving trees

The Rise of Green Bonds

Ten U.S. Cities Pledge to Divest from Fossil Fuel Companies

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, who last November pledged to divest his city's pension from fossil fuel companies and now is encouraging other cities to do the same.

Major U.S. Companies Urge Congressional Action on Climate Change

Thirty-three of the country's largest companies have signed a Climate Declaration urging Congress to act on climate change.

EPA Honors Companies for Fighting Climate Change

Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Center for Corporate Climate Leadership hosted the second annual Climate Leadership Awards, recognizing 23 organizations for their leadership in reducing carbon pollution and addressing climate change.

Business Leaders Urge President Obama to Oppose Keystone XL

In an open letter to President Barack Obama, the American Sustainable Business Council and several leading U.S. companies have urged the president to oppose the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline.

Canadian Poll Results Show Lack of Trust on Environmental Issues

As American protests of the Keystone XL pipeline continue, recent polls indicate falling global concern for environmental issues and lack of trust in government and business to add

After Divesting from Fossil Fuels, Unity College Will Focus Entire Curriculum on Climate Change

Unity College, the small school in rural Maine that made headlines last November when its board voted to divest its endowment from fossil fuel companies, has become the first U.S. institute of higher education to focus its entire curriculum on climate change.


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