Tuesday, May 23, 2017

recommended resources



Recommended Resources:



Today's recommended resources all evolve around the topic of "sustainable finance and business practices":


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...this is a great resource for anyone interested in small or large green roof top projects... you'll find innovative solutions for urban rooftop agriculture.  

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This visual tour of land managed by a leader in the world of permaculture - you'll view  just 1/3 of an acre that is packed with both edibles and wildlife beneficial plants, and you'll find a great discussion presented by  Erik Ohlsen 

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The last recommended resource for today: http://eempc.org/ 

... this link will lead you to the Environmental Education Media Project -which is dedicated to gathering, organizing and sharing information about how the world operates so that we can all - as a human nation - learn and understand the system in which we live and how we can play a better role in it. 



Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Recommended Resources



Recommended Resources:



Today's recommended resources all evolve around the topic of "sustainable finance and business practices":



...Paul Tudor, hedge fund manager and philanthropist, shares his thoughts on the concept of "justness" in the realm of capitalism.

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...In this delightfully wonky talk, financial expert Michael Metcalfe suggests we can use an unconventional monetary tool to fund a global commitment to a green future.

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“Sustainability has gone from a nice-to-do to a must-do.” Steve Howard, the chief sustainability officer at a megastore, talks about his quest to sell eco-friendly materials and practices — both internally and to worldwide customers — and lays a challenge for other global giants.

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