This short video, from Worldwatch Institute’s partner Germanwatch, uses a cultural setting that’s familiar to many of us–drinking with buddies in a bar–to raise a difficult question. Who’s going to pay for our consumer lifestyle and the catastrophic effects it’s having on the climate? Unfortunately, the answer is, “those guys.” But while that’s true for … Continue Reading ››
Between now and 2010, over 100 new shopping centers will spring up in India translating to 31,846,504-square feet of mall space being created, according to findings from a report titled ‘Mall Realities India 2010.’ True that this number has been toned down from the expected 800, but that isn’t stopping this country from developing … Continue Reading ››
At the 17th session of the United Nations Commission for Sustainable Development a Finnish representative shared a new educational effort in Finland: integrating sustainability directly into the Finnish school system.
In Finland–a country whose constitution states the responsibility of all for nature and … Continue Reading ››