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Daniel Neiditch Hypes Sustainability from NYC Rooftops

If you want to make a statement, there are few better places to do so than from the middle of Times Square — or, in Daniel Neiditch’s case, from atop a massive building just next door. 767 more words

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Movement Therapy: The Solution to Making Schools Autism-Friendly

A growing amount of research shows that movement therapy — an emerging therapy that combines movement and music with positive behavior support strategies — has become an effective way to help those with autism. 654 more words

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How to Harness Solar Energy for Good and Profit

Your business can be successful and sustainable without installing a single panel.

When you consider the benefits inherent to using solar power — monetary savings, environmental sustainability and a better reputation — it’s really no surprise that massive corporations like Amazon and Target have gone all in on installing solar panels. 1,028 more words

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The Big Tech and Finance Trends Your Small Business Must Confront

As an entrepreneur, you already play many roles at your small business. And while you don’t have to be a tech or finance guru on top of it all, you should know how trends in these industries  572 more words

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Are You an Entrepreneurial, Enabling or Architecting Leader?

Finding your style can help you build a more agile company.

There’s a reason why Amazon and Spotify consistently top the charts as two of the most innovative companies year after year. 1,194 more words

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The Circular Economy Makes Way For The Circular City

Today, half of the world’s population lives in cities. By 2050, that number is expected to increase to two-thirds. More people living in condensed areas means higher amounts of waste, higher resource consumption and higher energy use. 898 more words

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Here's What Real Estate Investors Need To Know About The Green New Deal

Depending on what your thoughts are about climate change and how to face the future, the Green New Deal may conjure either fear or excitement, or maybe even a bit of both. 847 more words

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