Disruptive Innovations Bring On ‘The Female Sanitary Revolution’

Every 28 days across the globe, half the world’s population menstruates. Yet despite this is one of life’s most natural occurrences, for millions of girls and women across Asia, Africa, Central and South America the high cost of sanitary napkins ensures menstruation is a significant challenge.

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How to Run a Green Office

Going green isn’t always easy though. If you’re yet to implement an environmental policy, now is the time to do so. Not only will it help your business to do its bit for the environment, but it should also help you to save a bit of money.

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3 of the World’s Biggest and Best Eco-Friendly Trade Shows

If you’re an eco-warrior, chances are you want to make sure you know everything there is to know about being green. Well, luckily enough, there are numerous exhibitions and trade shows that you can attend to learn all about the latest breakthroughs in environmentally friendly living. These trade shows are situated across the globe, so no matter what country you live in you should be within reach of one. If you’re interested in attending one, here are three of the biggest…

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Mission Possible: How to Effectively Reduce Your Business’s Carbon Footprint

Carbon footprint refers to “the total amount of greenhouse gases produced to directly and indirectly support human activity.” Another way of defining it is the amount of carbon dioxide you produce by doing certain activities at certain periods of time. And while your carbon footprint is not something you can consider a trophy, having one is inevitable.

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How to Start a Food Revolution in 2013

The FoodTank aims to become a bold new voice in the fight for health-based agriculture, alleviating hunger and poverty, stemming the tide of obesity, and improving environmental sustainability. Co-founders Danielle Nierenberg and Ellen Gustafson understand that fixing the system requires changing the conversation and finding ways that make food production—and consumption—more economically, environmentally, and socially just. The Food Think Tank officially launches January 10th.

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The Misconceptions of Capitalism vs Socialism | Building a Sustainable Economy

Thanks to a couple of communist revolutions during the 20th Century the economic map of the world has been polarised between capitalist and socialist thought. Now, at the start of the 21st Century, we’re faced with the problem of how to build a sustainable economy and the whole capitalism vs socialism issue raises its head once again.

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SEC Delaying Rulemaking for the JOBS Act…What Now?!

Those involved directly in the crowdfunding industry and businesses that have been eagerly awaiting the new crowdfunding regulations recently heard a bit of news causing a lot of cringing, heartburn and further disappointment in a system that already had a lot to prove.

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How to Turn the “Old Family Restaurant” Eco-Friendly

If you are an enlightened business owner of an older family run restaurant, you might be feeling a little lost about going green, but there’s actually many ways you can reduce your carbon footprint without majorly overhauling your operations.

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