The Economic Impact of Depression in the Workplace...

Dec 8, 2015 Posted by

Depression is something that American businesses deal with discretely…

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Why Going Paperless is a Good Idea: How to Make it Happen...

Oct 31, 2015 Posted by

[Translate] If you think that going paperless in the workplace is a great idea whose time has not quite come, think again: many major companies around the world are taking tangible steps to reduce their carbon footprint and paper usage. Some companies are taking this goal to an extreme: Idea Rebel, a Canadian digital agency, has banned paper completely — employees are not even allowed to drink coffee from paper cups. Other companies that have drastically reduced their use of paper include the Virginia Cancer Institute, which now uses an electronic document management system to handle their scads of medical and financial records, as well as the Cleveland Department of Public Health. Embracing the Paperless Work Style In addition to saving big bucks on reams of copy paper and keeping several dozen trees standing...

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Cleveland: A Sustainable City for Your Startup...

Aug 22, 2015 Posted by

Cleveland is home to more than 1.6 million people…

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Time to Rethink American Exceptionalism?...

May 30, 2014 Posted by

[Translate]   By The Daily Take Team, The Thom Hartmann Program | Op-Ed Each country thinks that it’s exceptional, and, truth be told, each country really is exceptional in its own special ways. But there’s a difference between celebrating your own unique way of life and thinking that you can do whatever you want and force your way of life onto everyone else. And if we as Americans want to move forward both as a people and as members of the international community, we need to understand this fact and start basing our foreign policy around it. “American exceptionalism,” the idea that the United States is different or better than other countries, has meant a lot of different things over the years. On the one hand, we’ve used the idea that we’re better than...

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Creationists’ Neil deGrasse Tyson hysteria reaches fever pitch...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

Ken Ham’s Answers in Genesis website…

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To My Friend the Climate Defeatist: Here’s Why I’m Still In the Fight...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

It is good to mourn for what’s being lost.

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Colorado Pols Care Only About How Fracking Affects Their Electoral Chances...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

They are completely mum about the health hazards.

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Is This Why Heat-Trapping Methane Emissions Are On The Rise?...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

A new international study offers a worrisome …

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ALEC Has A New Tactic It’s Using To Take Down The EPA...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

ALEC, an influential right-wing…

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This Year’s Wildfires Could Incinerate the Nation’s Fire Budget...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

The upcoming wildfire season could cost $400 million..

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Is Monsanto’s Roundup linked to a deadly kidney disease?...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

Entire communities of sugar-farm laborers…

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Longtime Vegas water czar warns other cities to brace for climate change...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

Patricia Mulroy has been called “the water empress of Vegas…

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Showdown at the organic standards board meeting...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

On April 29, a group of protesters walked…

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Experts Question Fukushima’s Ice Wall Plan...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] The Huffington Post    | by  MARI YAMAGUCHI Posted: 05/02/2014 8:56 am EDT Updated: 05/02/2014 9:59 am EDT ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO (AP) — Experts on Friday expressed skepticism about a plan to build a costly underground frozen wall at Japan’s crippled nuclear plant, a development that could delay the start of construction on the project. The experts and Japanese nuclear regulatory officials said during a meeting in Tokyo that they weren’t convinced the project can resolve a serious contaminated water problem at the Fukushima Dai-ichi plant, which suffered multiple meltdowns following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. The frozen wall is a 32 billion yen ($320 million) government-funded project to surround the plant’s four crippled reactors and their turbine buildings with an underground ice wall to block groundwater from flowing into the buildings’ basements and...

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Arctic Methane Emissions ‘Certain to Trigger Warming’...

May 2, 2014 Posted by

As climate change melts Arctic permafrost..

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DRILL, BABY, DRILL HAS FAILED

May 2, 2014 Posted by

And Now We Can Do Something About It

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While The West Dries Up, The East Is Drenched...

May 1, 2014 Posted by

Much of the South and Eastern U.S. …

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In a Troubled African Park, A Battle Over Oil Exploration...

May 1, 2014 Posted by

Africa’s Virunga National Park has long been known…

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In Cape Town, Urban Design Reduces Violence...

May 1, 2014 Posted by

One legacy of South Africa…

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Why is Alaska fighting the cleanup of Chesapeake Bay?...

May 1, 2014 Posted by

The EPA has a plan to clean up Chesapeake Bay…

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