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The Corporate Climate Juggernaut

by: Joel Makower

The relentless march of climate studies, research reports, and major initiatives that has come forth during this fledgling year has been breathtaking, to say the least. There's a new one this week. But first, consider that the following have been unleashed during 2007's first 50 days:

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Phone Battery Street Charching Services

by: Sebastian Campion

Jan Chipchase is Principal Researcher in the User Experience Group of Nokia Research Center. A part of his fascinating job is to observe and describe how different cultures use mobile technologies differently - often in ways unintended or unpredicted by the industry that he represents.

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Neuroethics vs. Neuromarketing

by: Roger Dooley

There has been interest in neuroethics for years - the ethical dilemmas involved in everything from brain scans to cognitive enhancement drugs have been long apparent to neuroscientists.

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Chemical Liability and 'Toxic Lockouts'

by: Joel Makower

For all the attention being paid to climate change and energy issues, it's easy to forget that the corporate world faces other environmental challenges. Not the least of those is toxicity: the spiraling use of chemicals and their impact on human and environmental health.

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Consumers and the Great, Green Chasm: Why Don't Americans 'Shop Their Talk'?

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Can the World's Biggest Companies 'Combat Climate Change'?

by: Joel Makower

Two thousand seven is barely a fortnight old, but it's already shaping up to be the year that climate change action reaches a tipping point. The signs seem to be everywhere.

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Wal-Mart's Solar Energy Vision

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New research from AARP

by: Dick Stroud

AARP’s Policy and Research group has conducted a study to understand the European experience on health and long-term care.

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Web Ink Now: Interruption Marketing Hall of Shame

by: David Polinchock

David Meerman Scott has started an Interruption Marketing Hall of Shame over at Web Ink Now and I thought that I would include his number 4 here. Valuable lesson here -- he's willing to boycott a mall he likes to visit because they chose to interrupt him, rather then engage him.

So look at his other nominees and be sure to add your own thoughts!

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