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UC Berkeley hatches a new talent pool for the food industry

GreenBiz This article originally appeared as part of our Food Weekly newsletter. Subscribe to get sustainability food news in your inbox every…

Three myths about renewable energy and the grid, debunked

GreenBiz This article originally appeared at Yale Environment 360. As wind and solar power have become dramatically cheaper, and their…

Q4 2021: Amazon goes bigger, industrial players engage, deal formats morph

GreenBiz This article was adapted from Energy Weekly, a free newsletter about the clean energy transition. Despite supply chain disruptions and…

Sorry, folks, but there’s no such thing as an ‘ancient’ forest

GreenBiz This is an excerpt adapted from “Little Green Lies and Other BS” by John Mullinder. It is reproduced with…

A new industrial revolution for a livable climate

GreenBiz This article originally appeared at WRI. U.S. industries account for 30 percent of national greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, while…

Extended Implicit Bias: When the Metaphysics and Ethics of Implicit Bias Collide

Latest Results for Erkenntnis Abstract It has recently been argued that to tackle social injustice, implicit biases and unjust social…

When circularity meets climate tech

GreenBiz This article was adapted from Climate Tech Weekly, a free newsletter focused on climate technologies. The second most-read story on…

Are passive index funds sustainable?

GreenBiz Reprinted from GreenFin Weekly, a free newsletter. Subscribe here. Who doesn’t like cheap stuff that works well? Consider index…

The year ahead for water: Extreme decentralization, digital and hydration

GreenBiz Last year at this time, I wrote in GreenBiz that the year ahead for water could be viewed as…