Tag: Natural Capitalism Solutions

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Ocean Acidification Still Matters in Colorado

Blog Post: Ocean Acidification BY: TATJANA KUNZ (Summer Intern 2017) Even those of us in landlocked Colorado, 745 miles from the nearest shore, rely on the ocean. The ocean absorbs large amounts of the carbon dioxide that we release, provides us with tasty seafood, is a major source for pharmaceuticals, and generates 70 percent of...

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Killing Your Future

  Huffington Post L. Hunter Lovins February 2017 This article has been submitted as part of the Natural Capital Coalition’s series of blogs on natural capital by Hunter Lovins, President, Natural Capitalism Solutions, Professor of Sustainable Management, Bard MBA and Time Magazine Millennium “Hero of the Planet”. As I write, the U.S. Administration is announcing...

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Can Trump’s Election Open The Door To A Sustainable And Desirable Future?

  Huffington Post L. Hunter Lovins February 2017 This article has been submitted as part of the Natural Capital Coalition’s series of blogs on natural capital by Hunter Lovins, President, Natural Capitalism Solutions, Professor of Sustainable Management, Bard MBA and Time Magazine Millennium “Hero of the Planet”. With Robert Costanza, Ida Kubiszewski, Lorenzo Fioramonti, Maja...

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The Day You Changed The Economy

  Huffington Post L. Hunter Lovins April 2017 This article has been submitted as part of the Natural Capital Coalition’s series of blogs on natural capital by Hunter Lovins, President, Natural Capitalism Solutions, Professor of Sustainable Management, Bard MBA and Time Magazine Millennium “Hero of the Planet”. I was there when we transformed the economy....

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Leading for Well-being

  Huffington Post L. Hunter Lovins February 2016 This article has been submitted as part of the Natural Capital Coalition’s series of blogs on natural capital by Hunter Lovins, President, Natural Capitalism Solutions, Professor of Sustainable Management, Bard MBA and Time Magazine Millennium “Hero of the Planet”. In a world beset with woes, people hunger...