February 19, 2014
by MoreRecycling
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People tend to blame fate when faced with a hard decision

We tend to deal with difficult decisions by shifting responsibility for the decision to fate, according to new research. Life is full of decisions. Some, like what to eat for breakfast, are relatively easy. Others, like whether to move cities for a new… Continue reading

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July 17, 2013
by Rob Perks
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New NRDC study: Commuters can save money and cut pollution

Rob Perks, Transportation Advocacy Director, Washington, D.C.
My friend Megan, who lives in a suburban neighborhood a few miles from my home, took a new job last year and, lo and behold, her office is right next door to mine in downtown… Continue reading

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May 8, 2013
by MoreRecycling
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The Mwezi Light: Illuminating new job opportunities in Africa


It’s a unique approach solving both micro and macro level problems with a scalable and sustainable solution. Continue reading

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September 7, 2010
by Kaid Benfield
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What is a ‘sustainable community,’ and what does the answer have to do with us?

 
Today I begin a new job, as leader of NRDC’s new sustainable communities initiative.  It’s really more an evolution of my old job, since for a decade and a half I have already been all about advocating a positive vision for env… Continue reading

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