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Through Biomimicry I work almost exclusively in the business world and talking about nature regardless of whether we talking about an issue, a risk or opportunity; it makes a lot of business people uncomfortable. A bit like talking about religion or politics. I think the recent rise in awareness of...
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Carbon dioxide in our air recently hit 400 parts per million. Since you asked, yes, that’s a lot. Perhaps this a good time to reflect on what we as individuals can do to stem the flow of harmful gasses into our atmosphere. Climate change and carbon dioxide impacts are difficult to comprehend and mak...
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Posted by on in General Environment
CXO Sustainability Engagement Survey Managers to C-Suite encouraged to respond here: http://tinyurl.com/csac2pm Many surveys studying the attitudes and leadership of various C-level executives have been conducted over the years. A new CXO Engagement Study will examine the leadership engagement and ...
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Posted by on in Water Conservation
Search the web and you’ll find myriad ways to conserve water in your home. Articles, blogs and downloads are long on how and short on why it matters. It seems obvious. It IS obvious even if you only read the headlines about drought, fires and regional water scarcity. But the questions often asked ju...
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Posted by on in General Environment
The pressure to “See the Big Picture”, “Go Big or Go Home”, and to “Think Bigger” is prevalent across both pop culture and business culture. No wonder it is difficult for us to feel okay about taking any kind of small action or step toward our BHAG (Big Hairy Audacious Goal). Anything small isn’t go...
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We have all lived social norming. If you’ve ever gotten into an elevator and turned around to face the door, this is a social norm. If you’ve ever given a dirty look to someone talking on his or her cell phone in a theater, this is a social norm. If you’ve ever recycled your trash into every single ...
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Posted by on in General Environment
One of the more bizarre aspects of the Obama Administration’s reactions to developments in the Middle East is its refusal to talk about human rights. For reasons that are obscure, it has developed the neologism “universal rights.” The term “human rights” has a long and distinguished history and is ...
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As a global movement we all agree Fair Trade aims to Empower disadvantaged producers and their communities. Our shared principles reflect business practices which are free from exploitation and based on respect for universal human rights, women's rights, child rights, minority and migrant rights, ri...
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Posted by on in Newsletter Archive
FAIR TRADE – WHY DOES IT MATTER? Fair trade is a market-based, and some say marketing approach that helps producers in developing countries receive a fair and equitable trade for their goods. Fair trade advocates higher wages and prices to reviewed producers along with higher social and environment...
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Posted by on in Climate Change
          Grist.com article: BY JESS ZIMMERMAN on 26 SEP 2011 1:04 PM Apparently the world's engineers are getting sick of being told that cutting emissions is an engineering problem. Eleven of the biggest engineering organizations have re...
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