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TriplePundit is a tripod of resources surrounding the Environment, Society and Business. You can't have a successful economy without a healthy environment and a healthy society, and vice versa. That concept is called the triple bottom line, which is where the triple part of the name comes from. It's a new and broader way of looking at business and the world.

The model of the site is to be a digest. Triple Pundit is not offering heaps of editorial commentary, just talking about things they've found valuable and interesting.

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Nick Aster

Ecuador Eliminating Fossil Fuel Use in the Galapagos
May 7, 2009 09:52 AM - , Triple Pundit

The Ecuadoran government is looking to a range of alternative energy resources to make sure the Galapagos Islands remain one of the richest and best known ecosystems in the world.

Governor Sarah Palin Rejects Federal Funding for Renewable Energy
May 4, 2009 09:54 AM - , Triple Pundit

Alaska governor Sarah Palin has rejected $28.6 million dollars in federal stimulus money for Alaska’s State Energy Program.

Walking The Walk On Sustainability
April 21, 2009 10:03 AM - , Triple Pundit

There are good signs that that corporate sustainability is moving beyond mere PR and blue-sky vibes. It might even be true, descending at last from somewhere past Mars to an Earth-based reality.

CA to Secretary Salazar: No Offshore Drilling, More Renewable Energy
April 20, 2009 06:01 AM - , Triple Pundit

Last week, Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, hosted the last of 4 public forums around the country to gather input on offshore drilling and offshore renewable energy development. Choosing to end in San Francisco means he is going back to Washington with a resounding “No” in his ears. “No” to offshore drilling and “Yes” to investing in renewable energy, and any other new green technology San Francisco start-ups can figure out.

How Viable is a Plastic Bag Tax?
April 8, 2009 10:17 AM - , Triple Pundit

Plastic bags account for 50 percent of the plastic trash in Washington, D.C.’s Anacostia River. In order to decrease the amount of plastic bags in the Anacostia, the D.C. Council proposed legislation that would put a five cents tax on disposable shopping bags. Eleven council members co-introduced it, and according to a Washington Post article, that almost guarantees it will become law.

Electric Cars for the Masses: Ford's New Strategy
April 5, 2009 07:23 AM - , Triple Pundit

Major carmakers are in a head-to-head race right now to offer cleaner options for consumers and fleet managers. Ford is the latest to make an announcement that it will deliver affordable electric vehicle technology at high volumes in the next few years.

Office Vampires: Millions of Office PCs Feed at Night
March 27, 2009 07:36 AM - , Triple Pundit

Vampire energy loss describes the considerable amount of energy sucked up by computers, home electronics and appliances that go into sleep or standby mode when you're not using them.

National Grid Is Offering Carbon Bonuses to Execs
March 26, 2009 05:48 PM - Richard Levangie, Triple Pundit

In the wake of the AIG scandal, it's refreshing to see that some companies are tying company bonuses to significant achievements for both the corporation and society. National Grid — a London-based utility company — has has become the latest and biggest UK firm to link the company's success in reducing its carbon footprint to executive remuneration packages. The company will also implement carbon budgets across its entire operations starting next month, and incorporate the cost of compliance within those budgets.

How to Take Control of Your Energy Use, One Minute at a Time
December 17, 2008 11:46 AM - , Triple Pundit

With the recent announcement of Obama's green team things are looking encouraging for massive change happening in terms of how our government interacts with and takes action on the pressing environmental issues. You might be wondering, how can I too make a difference? Or more immediately, how can I save money in these turbulent economic times?

Oil Executives: Oil Out, Renewables In
December 15, 2008 10:14 AM - , Triple Pundit

Big oil has once again gone into the confessional - and while oil industry execs have hinted at diminishing available supplies in the past, when prices were high, their recent admission that we're running out of cheap oil is surprising now that prices have slid back down to three year lows. This recent juicy piece of news (we'll get more into it in a bit), coupled with Obama's nomination of several energy-savvy cabinet members and the recent World Energy Outlook released by the International Energy Agency indicates that renewable energy is about to come on the scene in a big way.

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