Tag Archives: sustainability

Sharing is Caring: The Future of Your Wardrobe

With the advent of the internet, mobile devices, and big data, our lives and society are speeding up. From our smartphones to our interactions with friends and family, everything is getting faster. Fashion is no exception. Clothing trends are changing more rapidly than ever before, with consumers demanding access to new styles immediately following their catwalk debuts. Most consumers no

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Should Utilities Care About Sustainability? Takeaways from PG&E CEO Geisha Williams at the Schneider Lecture

In February, I attended the Stephen H. Schneider Memorial Lecture, an event hosted annually at Stanford University honoring the renowned climate scientist and science communicator Stephen Schneider. This year, the event’s speaker was PG&E CEO Geisha Williams. PG&E, short for Pacific Gas and Electric Company, is one of the nation’s largest utilities, providing natural gas and electricity to most of

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A Bittersweet Future – The Sustainability of Cocoa

Theobroma. This is the Latin word for cocoa, and it means “the food of gods.” For ancient cultures like the Mayans and Aztecs, the bean was nothing short of divine. Cocoa trees served as bridges between heaven and earth, and chocolaty drinks played crucial roles in religious ceremonies. Moreover, the fruit acted as an economic staple, often exchanged as currency

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