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  1. From Al Gore to Solyndra, 4 ways culture shapes the climate debate
    Embedded within the economic and technological challenges apparent in the debate over climate change are much deeper cultural divides.
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  2. How floating farms could help feed 9 billion people sustainably
    It sounds crazy, but self-sufficient communities in the middle of the ocean could help relieve the pressures of a rapidly-growing global population.
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  3. Lawmakers heat up debate on climate change, Keystone and clean water
    Are you up-to-date on what the current Congress is doing for (or to) businesses? Here's where three major issues stand.
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  4. PR giant Edelman cuts ties with oil industry
    World's largest public relations firm walks away from the gas and oil industry, including the $327 million American Petroleum Institute account.
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  5. SunEdison donates $5 million to train low-income workers on solar jobs
    In this powerful team-up, non-profit GRID Alternatives will use SunEd's cash and panel donations to get 4,000 low-income workers installing solar.
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  6. How the Internet of Things illuminates new ways to pay for energy
    Meet the Silicon Valley startup looking to change the math for businesses interested in increasing energy efficiency with new tech tools.
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  7. 5 top climate challenges for Capitol Hill — and how business can help
    Leaders from business, government, academia and the non-profit community met in the nation’s capital for the Climate Leadership Conference this week. These were the action items.
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  8. Why care about conflict minerals? Customers and investors do
    Far-away raw materials may seem like a simple cog in the supply chain for large businesses, but blatant human rights abuses are both ethically and financially volatile.
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  9. Investor Q&A: Why the Rockefeller Brothers Fund is divesting from fossil fuels
    It might seem odd for a foundation built on oil to shift its money away from the industry — here's why it made financial sense to switch gears.
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  10. Mars, Nestlé and Asda plant business case for protecting nature
    Investing in natural capital such as water, soils and biodiversity limits risk and can drive profitability, leading companies say.
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