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Ecological Restoration

Are You the Last to Know About the Benefit Multiplier of Investing in Nature?

Sissel Waage | Posted 05.04.2016 | Business
Sissel Waage

The eagle-eyed corporate leaders--who have been scanning the horizon for trends and key new insights--are increasingly investing in nature-inspired solutions to business challenges, as well as financing the opportunities in restoring and maintaining natural systems.

TEK and the Return of Wolves, Fire, and Bison

Cristina Eisenberg | Posted 03.21.2016 | Green
Cristina Eisenberg

Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) is the wisdom indigenous and local people acquire by living on the earth. Rooted in a specific landscape and ba...

Time to End "Blood Oil" Disaster in the Niger Delta

Richard Steiner | Posted 03.10.2016 | Green
Richard Steiner

While all operators, including ExxonMobil, Chevron, Total, ENI, and Agip, contribute to the problem, locals say that by far the worst actor is Shell. Asked why they don't clean up their mess or upgrade their infrastructure, Shell blames pushback from their Nigerian government partners, and security risks from militants.

Brightwater: A Model of 21st Century Infrastructure

Jared Green | Posted 07.14.2016 | Green
Jared Green

Imagine a wastewater treatment facility where people get married, amid 40-acres of restored salmon habitat with designed ponds and wetlands.

A Rare Look at the New U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters

Jared Green | Posted 07.14.2016 | Green
Jared Green

GSA ended up creating the second largest green roof in the U.S. at 550,000 square feet, and the third largest in the world. It's so big that a deer actually grazed on the roof, not realizing it was on one.

Enormous Wetland Restoration Nears Completion

The Huffington Post | Lydia O'Connor | Posted 08.31.2013 | Green

In one of the Bay Area's largest natural restoration projects, biologists and construction crews have been able to turn back the time 150 years on a N...

As Not Seen on TV: BP Fails to "Measure Up" on Promises to Gulf Coast

Jeffrey Buchanan | Posted 01.15.2013 | Green
Jeffrey Buchanan

With less than seven percent of this initial commitment to the Gulf Coast met, it's fair to say BP must do a better job of working fairly with the state and federal trustee to move projects forward.