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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.

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Nick Aster

Small Wind Beginning to Make a Big Difference
June 1, 2009 10:29 AM - , Triple Pundit

The U.S. market for small wind turbines grew 78% last year, highlighting heightened interest in, demand for, and use of distributed alternative and renewable power systems.

Pedestrian Plaza Reclaims Pavement for People
May 22, 2009 09:39 AM - Scott Cooney, Triple Pundit

It's been popular in New York and other places where open space is at a premium, so San Francisco figured, "eh, why not?" The first reclamation of street space to create a pedestrian plaza opened last week on San Francisco's famous Castro Street at the intersection with 17th St.

Green Jobs & Investment in Indian Country
May 21, 2009 10:53 AM - , Triple Pundit

A groundswell of "green" investment and activity has been building on Native American Indian tribal lands around the country. Recent action at the tribal, state and federal levels, as well as in local communities and the private sector, bodes well for the future of these marginalized populations and lands.

In Vauban, Germany, Every Day Is Bike to Work Day
May 14, 2009 11:13 AM - , Triple Pundit

This small suburb near Freiburg, Germany decided to restrict automobiles on all but just main street and a few byways in and around town. Residents can own a car, but they must park it at the edge of town and pay a staggering $40,000 for a spot.

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.

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