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April 18, 2008

Progress is the movement towards a goal, or forward advancement. It can be measured by pencil marks against a wall showing a child’s growth; by saving pennies and quarters in a jar; by a budding forest where there was once no trees. When it comes to building a sustainable future, progress can...

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S.E.E. Change, Environment, Sustainability
April 7, 2008

We separate whites and colors when doing laundry. We store frozen food in the freezer and everything else in the pantry or refrigerator. To recycle, we know plastics must be separated from glass, which must be separated from newspapers. We know “waste” goes in a dumpster, which eventually ends...

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Sustainability
March 19, 2008

Rewind the clock to September 2005, and you would see that the term "sustainable growth" carried a very different meaning than it does today. Many businesses struggled with how to incorporate sustainability into their operations. Further, businesses were not engaging each other to share best...

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S.E.E. Change, Sustainability
March 4, 2008

While 70 percent of the world’s surface is covered by water, it is estimated that only 1 percent of those total water resources is available for human use. Currently, between 500 million and 2 billion people are living in conditions of water stress. It is estimated that this number will rise...

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S.E.E. Change, Sustainability
February 28, 2008

There is a pleasant, secure feeling when stepping outside on a spring day and feeling the warm wind run through your hair, the sun shining brightly in your eyes. Natural. Reliable. Consistent. There is an old saying, “What you are looking for is right under your nose.” The breeze we feel...

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Energy

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