climate change


Fear Trumps Hope?

  Many consider Americans to be polling as angry, but anger isn’t the emotion driving the national public agenda right now. It’s fear. Anger is just the fiercer face of fear and right now, Americans are afraid of nearly everything. Who could blame them? A …

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February 27, 2010

We’re not Connected

by Yahya E. B. Henry As the world braces for a tsunami, I’m working to understand this idea of “not being connected” as proposed by a CNN guest. CNN often has so-called ‘subject matter experts (SME)’ to support a given news segment. This morning they …

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December 7, 2009

Top Creative Hopenhagen Ad Campaigns

This Monday, December 7th – the world will have it’s eyes focused on the events happening in Copenhagen, Denmark. The hugely anticipated ‘Hopenhagen‘ meeting (otherwise known as the 15th United Nations Climate Change Conference) will bring together global leaders focused on making a unified effort …

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November 11, 2009

Land Use Change an Overlooked Cause of Global Warming

Copenhagen is fast approaching and little conversation has been given to the role land use has in reducing greenhouse emissions. A Georgia Tech Professor makes a strong argument that land use policy needs to be a top priority. From Science Daily | Reducing Greenhouse Gases …

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November 2, 2009

Building Green…The Moral Imperative

by James Bedell As one of the founders and leaders of Build2Sustain I am constantly trying to advocate for the business case for green building renovation. I do this for two reasons, the first, because I believe in it. Efficiency is at the heart of …

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October 15, 2009

It’s Our Time: Blog Action Day

By Yahya E. B. Henry httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPIo7lteCZk I don’t think I could have chosen a better time to relaunch Aribra.com. The response has been incredible and we’re just getting started. Today is Blog Action Day, the largest social change event on the web  and Aribra.com is …

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October 12, 2009

Dividing water and other calamities between arbitrary boundaries

by Tommy Manuel I woke up on the morning of October 5th, poured a cup of coffee, and opened the paper.  Unusual for me, but I had just arrived in my home state of South Carolina the previous evening from New York.  As I enjoyed …

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October 6, 2009

Sustainability: What does it really mean?

If you were to ask three different people the definition of sustainability, you’ll receive three different answers; this is ours.  Business structures are moving away from models based solely on economic returns and are now considering the environmental and social returns as well. The tides …

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September 28, 2009

big cities: exhausting and exhilarating

by Liz Neves In the big city, on any given day, anything seems possible. Millions of thinkers, dreamers, and doers exchange ideas, creative sparks, and currency. There are plenty of reasons to be a city dweller – more jobs, much inspiration, more opportunities to help …

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September 24, 2009

The Brand Aribra: Backstage

by Yahya E. B. Henry The Company Aries + Libra = Aribra (uh ree bra) Aribra represents a convergence on public health, climate change, sustainability and real estate. We believe these issues should be apart of a collective conversation versus  separate ones. The Logo

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