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  1. Green and brown clash as Germany struggles to end coal
    Even as the nation aspires to be a renewable energy leader, it's exploiting its vast reserves of dirty brown coal.
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  2. Google is just a small slice in the new corporate PPA boom
    This chart shows how corporate green power purchases in 2015 are already double the level of 2013.
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  3. Bio-inspired robots: A force for good or evil?
    From gripping an object on an assembly line to navigation modeled off of animals' built-in sonar, nature offers an array of enviable features for robotics researchers.
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  4. Can technology make us better stewards of wildlife?
    Here's where data analytics, sensors, virtual reality games and drones can help to protect wild lands and creatures.
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  5. Sustainable Development Goal 5: Achieve gender equality
    How can companies help to empower all women and girls? Look to the workplace, products and services, and the value chain.
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  6. How forests can be a bigger part of the answer to climate change
    Halting deforestation would be equivalent to taking the world’s cars off the road. From APP to Wilmar, some brands are turning a new leaf.
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  7. Why the Clean Power Plan will help CSOs
    Thanks to Obama, the dynamics of innovation are unstoppable. Here's how the plan will affect your work.
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  8. How COP 21 is feeding Kellogg’s supply chain strategy
    From winter wheat fields in the rural thumb of Michigan to rice fields in Thailand, the cereal maker is promoting sustainability with a global reach.
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  9. Starbucks on scaling sustainability innovation
    Starbucks' Director of Environmental Impact, Jim Hanna talks about scaling sustainability, saying without scale, we're not going to make a dent in solving the world's climate crisis.
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  10. How Google, startups aim to help us breathe better
    Scientists can’t be everywhere to measure air pollution. Thanks to these developments, they may not have to be.
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