The Marginalian
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Reads tagged with “sustainability”

100 Places to Remember
100 Places to Remember

What the world’s best photographers have to do with nipping carbon emissions.

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DoGooder: Do Nothing, Change Everything
DoGooder: Do Nothing, Change Everything

How to bypass annoyance with slick design and serious dogoodness.

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Gift Guide Part One: Books
Gift Guide Part One: Books

How to be a cool and cultured polyglot of a friend and friend of the polyglot.

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Buy Nothing: No, Really, It’s For Sale
Buy Nothing: No, Really, It’s For Sale

What the hottest gift this holiday season is, or how to dodge your modern addictions.

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Last Day to Vote for Google’s Project 10^100
Last Day to Vote for Google’s Project 10^100

What tsunamis have to do with online banking, public transit and better street cred for geeks.

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Gift Guide Part 3: Free
Gift Guide Part 3: Free

DIY goodness, intellectual enrichment, and how to go cheap without being cheap.

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The Story of Cap & Trade
The Story of Cap & Trade

What lurks beneath the buzzwords and how to digest the hard-to-swallow.

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Carbon Sucker: CR5
Carbon Sucker: CR5

What carbon dioxide has to do with national security and a dog’s tail.

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Instant Classic: Whole Earth Discipline
Instant Classic: Whole Earth Discipline

Ecopragmatism, or how to stop doing what we’re doing in order to avoid going where we’re going.

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The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind: Innovation Against All Odds
The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind: Innovation Against All Odds

What a 14-year-old African boy can teach the world about ingenuity and innovation.

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