Saw this post today from Chris Jarvis on a recent study about best practices in engaging your employees around environmental sustainability initiatives. The top finding? Companies that have stated environmental policies are most likely to have their employees implement eco-initiatives … Read more
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It used to be that conversations about corporate governance and environmental management happened in separate circles. The governance folks focused their energy on lamenting egregious pay packages and accounting scandals, leaving the more touchy-feely environmental topics to others. But over … Read more
Wasn’t the headline you were expecting was it? Was the farthest thing from my mind as well as I set out on a week and a half in Asia. I typically go to Asia a couple of times a year … Read more
“What has your company done to pave the path toward going green?” “How have your actions helped the greater community?” “How has going green saved you money, jobs and improved lives?” These are 3 questions I’ve been asked to answer … Read more
This year’s Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship (BCCCC) Conference just wrapped up this week. It was held in Boston this year, but they try to jump coasts each year. Next year it’s in San Francisco.
I recently read Robert Samuelson’s article called, “Prius Politics”. In the article, the author suggests that the Prius is a “parable” for global warming politics and proposes that owning a Prius is more about fashion than being environmentally responsible.