Sometimes, all it takes is a spark to launch a potentially world-changing idea. Long eclipsed by coal, oil and renewables, wood is no longer regarded or used as a primary source of energy in the post-industrial world. Yet wood is still widely used for cooking in the developing world.
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2017 Circular Economy Summit: From Aspiration to Implementation
Hundreds of sustainability business leaders convened this June for our 2017 Sustainability and Circular Economy Summit.
It’s time we peeled back the curtain on the forces shaping the global landscape. Drawing on a wealth of data gathered by experts, we can draw from the charts presented here key lessons for plotting America’s role in this new order.
Life-improving solutions are diffusing throughout society at every rung of the global economic ladder at a quickening pace thanks to globalization linking long-deprived people and societies into modern supply chains.
Cities that rate high in their readiness for the digital economy also rate high among cyclists and craft beer fans.