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This Tower Pulls Drinking Water Out of Thin Air
Source: Smithsonian Magazine, 4/8/14
Summary: Designer Arturo Vittori says his invention can provide remote villages with more than 25 gallons of clean drinking water per day.
IPCC report: 6 things you must know about reducing emissions
Source: GreenBiz, 4/14/14
Summary: The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's newest installment, Working Group III: Mitigation and Climate Change, highlights an important message: It's still possible to limit average global temperature rise to 2 degrees C -- but only if the world rapidly reduces emissions and changes its current energy mix. This article explains six things you need to know about reducing carbon emissions.
A threat and a promise: changing US policies on toxic chemicals
Source: The Guardian, 3/28/14
Summary: While federal legislation could weaken controls on hazardous chemicals, some state regulations are stepping up -- and stricter corporate policies are already spurring some action.
How to deliver the "whole sustainability package" in 4 steps
Source: GreenBiz, 3/18/14
Summary: In their article for GreenBiz's P2 Impact column, "How to deliver the "whole sustainability package" in 4 steps," authors Josephine Fleming and Deidra Cole explain how benchmarks, data tracking, team work and communication are all key to building a sustainability plan that resonates with consumers.
How to create system change that solves sustainability challenges
Source: The Guardian, 3/14/14
Summary: Shifting a whole system, such as food, is a big ask. A map that shows the big picture can help companies make each right turn.
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