Having signed up for nearly every progressive leaning mailing list, I’ve learned that there are both pluses and minuses to these affiliations. The daily deluge of requests for time, money and other forms of support tend to put you in a constant state of “cause-related triage.” Should I text 90999 to send $10 to the […]
I just found a new blog (“Rethinking Leadership”) on Forbes.com that shows a lot of promise. The author, Karl Moore, is a B-school professor a McGill University. His faculty page on the Desautels’ website shows that along with being a professor of strategy and leadership, he is also an Associate Professor in the Dept of Neurology […]
If you know me, you know I love food, so when I had the chance to write a term paper recommending actions which would counteract the climate changing effects of greenhouse gases it was an easy choice. Many of you (Are there many of you?) are probably rolling your eyes now. I know, I know, […]
In honor of International Women’s Day, I thought I would share a list of a few of my favorite journalists from the CSR / Sustainability arena. I’ve learned quite a bit from each of them and I’m sure you could too. Here they are, in no particular order:
I’ve nothing to say except that this video from the folks at Farm Aid is about as good of an investment in three and a half minutes as you can make.
Harvard University Extension School Towards Sustainable Business Education: Analysis & Recommendations ENVR-101 Department of Environmental Management BY Chris Oestereich St. Louis, MO December, 2010
I just completed an interesting assignment for my environmental science class in which I was asked to take a look at a couple of household products to learn something of the chemicals they contained. The assignment was intended to make us consider the safety concerns of some of the products we commonly use and to […]
Franke James asks the question, What Can One Person Do, When 6.8 Billion Are Frying The Planet?” The answer you ask? Put together an amazing set of graphics to educate and inspire.