” I was one of those idealistic “TV-free” moms, full of big ideas about my daughter growing up with pine needles in her hair and moss between her toes. But we didn’t want to keep her in a bubble,”
Imagine if you got rewarded every time you rode your bike instead of driving, or if you received a tangible benefit whenever you made a greener choice. Would this change how you go about your day? And could that change be a stimulus to speed up advances in global sustainability?
“At the end of 2013, we asked a select group of clients and experts from our network what they thought would be on the horizon for sustainability in 2014. We published over 20 responses in the most recent edition of Radar and from time to time, we’ll highlight those responses on our blog.”
On May 6, the White House released its National Climate Assessment “Climate Change Impacts in the United States.” While this is the third such report released by the White House, it is unique in looking exclusively at the domestic impacts of climate change.