Looking back one, two and five years ago today (give or take) on Worldchanging:
A Suburban Future of Concrete and Gardens -- Nice. Right?
Julia Levitt examines how Toronto's aging concrete high-rises could become North America's most promising new frontier for sustainable suburban development and become a model of successful density for the rest of the continent, and perhaps for the world...
MicroEnergy Credits Corporation: Greening the Base of the Pyramid
Grace Augustine reports on her conversation with MicroEnergy Credits (MEC) founders, April Allderdice and James Dailey. This article really heated up the comments section! Read more about facilitating the adoption of clean energy at the base of the pyramid...
Earth Day 2005: Still Optimistic After All These Years
Joel Makower admits it may be heresy to say in some circles, but from his perch -- overlooking the landscape of business and how it is responding to the environmental challenges we face -- he says there is much good news to report...