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One Great Idea

One Great Idea is a video series that brings together the leading thinking and lessons learned in the world of corporate sustainability. Think you've got a One Great Idea? Send us a note (but read this first).

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  • Zipcar's co-founder and former CEO discusses how sharing taps into excess capacity in its many forms, and how technology enables lower search, transaction and access costs.

  •   Matt Rogers, Founder and Vice President of Engineering at Nest Labs tells how his company integrates design and technology to create a better thermostat — and make home energy management easy, understandable, and cool.  

  • Lorrie Vogel, the head of Considered Design at Nike, shares her One Great Idea for how companies can work together, sharing their expertise, to move the ball forward on sustainability.

  • What vehicle architecture is most appropriate for global markets in the 21st century? Come hear how one great idea for an idealistic car is becoming a commercialized reality that could change the future of automotive transport.

  • David Bartlett, IBM's Vice President of Industry Solutions, talks about the massive amounts of information that smarter buildings have to share, and why companies need to start listening to buildings.

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Videos

  • David Bartlett, IBM's Vice President of Industry Solutions, talks about the massive amounts of information that smarter buildings have to share, and why companies need to start listening to buildings.

  • Adam Lowry, the Chief Greenskeeper at Method, talks about the importance of designing innovative products with the end user in mind.

  • Lorrie Vogel, the head of Considered Design at Nike, shares her One Great Idea for how companies can work together, sharing their expertise, to move the ball forward on sustainability.

  • What vehicle architecture is most appropriate for global markets in the 21st century? Come hear how one great idea for an idealistic car is becoming a commercialized reality that could change the future of automotive transport.

  • John Wilbanks, the Vice President of Science at Creative Commons, talks about the transformative power of making knowledge 're-useful.'

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