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Emotions point to Motivations

This article in the Harvard Business Review provides interesting insights into how to improve your emotional intelligence by discerning the emotions and thereby the motivation […]

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Trust builds Creative & Collaborative Teams

In an interview, Stanford psychologist Emma Seppälä speaks about her HBR article, which recommends compassion and trust, not toughness as a strategy for building more […]

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What exactly is Clean Energy?

In an excerpt of Episode 4 of Turtle Talks, energy professionals discuss what exactly constitutes clean energy, followed by an excellent piece from Stanford Professor […]

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Women, Data, Design Thinking

Via Forbes, Women Entrepreneurs New York (WE New York) is using data and design thinking to support over five thousand female entrepreneurs in a delightful […]

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Food for Drought

Thanks to this nifty visualization from the New York Times, you can take a look at how your dietary choices contribute to the drought. Note […]

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Our Relationship with Nature = Conservation

An article released in Current Biology today emphasizes the importance of ecosystems, highlighting that humans’ default relationship with Nature should be one of conservation of […]

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Tips to Sustain Your Meditation Practice

This article from HuffPost has some insightful tips for how to keep up your meditation practice. These tips are in line with motivational, goal-setting, and feedback strategies […]

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The Smart and Sustainable Way to Ditch the Drought

This short video illustrates the importance of looking at the reality of California’s drought. Household water use accounts for only 4% of California’s water. Our dietary choices can […]

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It’s the Animal, Not Human, Population

Via Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret, this short and well-narrated video highlights why it’s not the human population, but the factory-farmed animal population that is unsustainable…time […]

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Win-wins for Climate Change

NYU Prof. Dale Jamieson’s interview in the New York Times on what is needed for humans to address climate change is excellent, with many important points. […]

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