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A Green Future Where You Can Borrow Cars And Drink Rainwater


Temporal : The Art of Stephan Doitschinoff


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Introduction To Climate Economics: Why Even Strong Climate Action Has Such A Low Total Cost — One Tenth Of A Penny On The Dollar


Living Walls And Green Roofs Pave Way For Biodiversity In New Building


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Drought May Further Threaten Darfur Peace


World’s Second* Largest Solar Plant To Be Built in Florida


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Video Fun: Mighty Green Musical Efforts, Plus Bonus Spike Jonze


Shepard Fairey: Notes Toward an Affirmative Art


Alex Steffen Discusses Sustainable Cities at the DAC


Open Intellectual Property as Sustainability Accelerator


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Tesla Unveils the Electric 'Family Car of the Future'


The only way a reporter ought to look at a climate skeptic is down.


UCS: Renewable Electricity Standard Will Create Jobs And Lower Consumer Energy Bills


Introducing Livable Streets Education


Satellite Eye On Earth: Submarine Volcanic Eruption


EPA Stops Coal Companies From Destroying Hundreds of Mountaintops and Streams With High Explosives


Green:Net on SmartGrids, Hurdles and the New Networked Car


Coffee Sales Helping Chimpanzees, Goodall Says


Coming Soon to a Body of Water Near You: Pollution Sniffing Robot Fish


In Praise Of The Lowly Bus


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Get Connected: Worldchanging Newsletter, RSS and Social Networks


India Joins International Renewable Energy Agency


Open Sailing, Drifting Lifestyle To Cope With Looming Disasters


Bottled Water Sales Drop Off


EPA Makes Landmark Finding: Global Warming Threatens Public Health and Welfare


The Wall Street Crowd and the Transparency Revolution


Fifth Scenario Thinking


New Energy Innovations to Light Up Your Life


Your CO2 Emissions Per Mile May Vary


First Energy Department Loan Guarantee Goes To … A Solar Manufacturer


The Most Important Letter I've Ever Written


Tank Riot, Smart Cities and Long Now


Worldchanging Interview: Amory Lovins


Australia's Centre for Integrated Sustainability Analysis


Obama Pressed To Increase Global Water Aid


Cool Concept: Street Ready Vintage


World Water Day: Freshwater Roundup


Headlines from Worldchanging Seattle (3/20/09)


"The really important kind of freedom involves attention..."


Innovating For A Low-carbon Age


Best In Show: Solar Clothing


NetSquared Challenge: What Will Cell Phones Do Next?


So You Want To Be A Citizen Scientist


Getting Rid of the Gas Tax


Artists, Foreclosures and the Ruins of the Unsustainable


Let the Clean Waters Flow


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Stewart Brand is Rethinking Nuclear


Solar PV Market Doubled to 6 Gigawatts in 2008 — U.S. Left in Dust, Having Invented the Technology


By the Charts: Cities are Greener


Jeff Howe on Crowdsourcing


Sweden Prepares to Lead EU on Climate


Spewing Carbon, Blowing Smoke


Major Survey Finds Overwhelming Public Support for Action on Global Warming and Clean Energy


How to Save the World in 10 Days at Vooruit in Gent


Training the Green Collar Workforce: A Role for Community Colleges


Economic Crisis Gives Us A Chance Of Repairing Climate Damage


U.N. Raises “Low” Population Projection for 2050


Living In The Age Of Stupid


U.S. Media Largely Ignores Latest Warning From Climate Scientists


Super-efficient, Locally Fed Power Station Comes To London


ETech 2009 roundup


ETech 2009: Adobe on Sustainability


ETech 2009: RedMonk on Smart Grids


Bucky Done Gone: The Dome Home In Decay


How to prepare ports and waterfronts for climate change?


Interview With Jay Yan


The Meal Less Traveled?


Bring Back Dark Nights


What does the next economy look like?


Paul Hawken's definition of GDP


Dear Readers: Help Worldchanging Win a $100,000 Grant!


Too Big to Fail? Think Again.


Coal and Cows, Ecological Madoff and the Brittle Rich


Less Carbon = More Jobs


Obama Tells Business Roundtable: “If You’re Giving Away Carbon Permits For Free … It Doesn’t Work” And “The Science Is Overwhelming”


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In Hard Times, Public Places are More Important Than Ever


Headlines from Worldchanging Seattle (3/13/09)


Discovering to Recover: The Age of Species Discovery and the Sixth Extinction


Trade Concerns Raised in U.S. Climate Debate


Six Ways to Save the World: Scientists Compile List of Climate Change Clinchers


Politics and New Media, or “Should I Really Tweetspam Congress?”


Consumer Reports is buzzing about "Bright Green"


Transportation Subsidies Round-Up: Replacing the Gas Tax, Breaking Down the Arguments, and Making Transit Free


U.S. Secretary Alludes to Major Changes for Nation's Agricultural System


Local Agriculture: Healthy on its Own Terms


Alliance Formed to Limit Invasive Species


UN Climate Chief: US Carbon Cuts Could Spark 'Revolution'


Obama Picks Van Jones to be Green Jobs Adviser


White House to Science: Welcome Back


Rising Voices, TED, Pop!Tech And The Challenges Of Innovating… Everywhere


Ponzi 2: What Year Will Coastal Property Values Crash?


Transit Ridership Is Still Growing


Oceanographer Charles Moore Talks Trash at TED


The Biggest Carbon Calculator: Measuring Emissions at the City Level


Crisálidas, Mental Landscapes in Transformation


Worldchanging Interview: Ethan Schaffer on Power Shift 2009


Don't Miss: Plutopia at SXSW


100 months to Act on Climate, Warns Charles


“Avoided Deforestation” Plan Gains Support


Hip-hop and electoral politics: Democracy in Dakar


The Great Disruption and the Need for Meaning


The Intergenerational Ponzi Scheme


Locavolts or Super Grids? Where to Source Clean Energy?


Financial Leaders Call for Adaptation Resources


Ik R.I.P. Asks 'What Will Happen to Your Digital Remains' at Mediamatic Amsterdam


Headlines from Worldchanging Seattle (3/6/09)


Food Deserts and Delivery: Discussions from the Pacific Northwest


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The Latest on Climate Science, Solutions, and Politics Jack Bauer becomes first-ever carbon-neutral torturer as Rupert Murdoch says “Climate change poses clear, catastrophic threats”


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Petz Scholtus' Barcelona Eco-Pad


Community as Technology


Calling For Reader Reports: Spring Conferences


Obama Reverses Bush Decision on Endangered Species Act


A New Military Mission: Clean Energy


Energy Company Brings District Heating to North American Community


China’s Complicated Internet Culture


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Designing a Zero-Waste City: A Visit to the San Francisco Dump


Transmediale 09 - Survival And Utopia


Recession May Hinder Sustainable Tourism


Getting The Lead Out


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The i-team: Turning Local Governments into Innovation Powerhouses


GPS, Smart Phones Move Online Games to the Real World and Vice Versa


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Obama’s Grid: New Electricity Transmission System Coming Soon


Conflict, Fair Trade Label Boost Sales of Palestinian Produced Olive Oil


Coen Brothers Help the Reality Coalition Target US Coal Industry


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