Posts Tagged ‘health’

Game Changers

One of the things I love best about living in the San Francisco Bay Area is the tremendous amount of innovation around social change and technology that happens here. It is easy to stay motivated to change the world when…

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ESG Notes, Vol. 12

Environmental Forum readers, here is the latest version of our ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) Notes compiled each week by Adam Berkowitz. If you have any questions or comments about Nelson Capital’s ESG notes, please leave them for Adam below or…

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Joining with the UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center

As we continue to find new technologies being developed in our communities across the country, America continues to be the frontier for innovation. Many of these technological advancements are related to energy efficiency and the “built environment”—think lighting, windows, landscape,…

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The air we breathe

I am very pleased to present a guest post from my friend, Anthony Bernheim, who I consider to be a force in the world of air quality and the built environment. In his over 25 years of work on integrated…

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Summer (and pollution) are here

Summer is upon us and, along with it, weather conditions that greatly impact our air quality. It’s during this time of year that ground level ozone—otherwise known as smog—truly becomes a problem. For this reason I am really making it…

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