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How to Build a Sustainability Startup from Scratch
May03

How to Build a Sustainability Startup from Scratch

Sustainability is defined as “The ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level.” At least, that’s the general term. However, it goes deeper with its second definition — “avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.” In other words, saving the Earth. Sure, it sounds like a super-pushy environmental message, but let’s be honest. If we don’t take care of this planet, what exactly is...

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Sustainable Business: Why It’s Worth It (Infographic)
Feb28

Sustainable Business: Why It’s Worth It (Infographic)

Sustainability is an ever-evolving concern among communities today. It seems as if every day we find a new reason that sustainability should be a core focus in life and work going forward. With this comes the need for businesses to adapt and respond to sustainability concerns, which will only increase…

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Going Paperless 101
Oct18

Going Paperless 101

Most people don’t aim to rid their office of every single scrap of paper, but going paperless or at least reducing the amount of paper you need and use is a highly beneficial process, whether you’re a fully-fledged business in an office space, or a sole trader working from a dusty corner at home…

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It’s Not Easy Being a Green Innovator
Jul29

It’s Not Easy Being a Green Innovator

In today’s world, more and more people are becoming concerned with the environment – some to the point of dedicating their lives to trying to come up with innovative solutions to the world’s problems. Unfortunately, many of these people with great ideas don’t necessarily have the means to bring their…

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Oroeco Founder Ian Monroe Talks About How Tech Can Save The World
Dec30

Oroeco Founder Ian Monroe Talks About How Tech Can Save The World

Here’s something that probably doesn’t fit into your idea of a tech writer: I live in an intentional community, an “eco village,” if you will. My neighbors have chickens and vegetable gardens; more than one is a yoga instructor, and all of the houses were built by hand out of wood, mud, and straw. Does it…

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