Cutting Down Deforestation in Supply Chains

Palm oil, cocoa, beef. They are all weekly, if not daily, parts of the average American’s diet. Yet when not sourced carefully, they’re also some of the biggest threats to the world’s forests.

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5 Ways Fashion Supply Chains Can Be More Sustainable

The fashion industry is no stranger to controversy. From outsourced labor to overflowing sales racks, brands across the board have been accused of having a “bottom line” mentality, squeezing suppliers for every penny and privileging quantity over...

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The New Solar Tariff Promises Big Changes in Clean Energy Manufacturing

Last month, Donald Trump followed up on his campaign promise of protecting American businesses by imposing a 30 percent tariff on foreign solar panels and cells, beginning next year. The so-called “safeguard tariffs” will decline each year by 5...

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Earthquake Updates - Hualien, Taiwan

The 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck Eastern Taiwan on February 6th continues to have aftershocks, with plenty more expected to occur in the days ahead. As of writing, there have been 2 fatalities and 200+ injuries mostly in Hualien City....

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Zero Waste: Turning Your By-Products into Buyable Products

This year’s series of natural disasters has shown us yet again that no community is safe from global warming and its implications. Scientists claim that though global warming is not the main cause of highly destructive hurricanes such as Harvey, ...

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