For what do you wish to be remembered?  That well organized, office rotation for taking out the recycling?  Perhaps a bold introduction of durable mugs to replace the paper cups

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Strategy first, tactics second It’s unfortunate that more businesses don’t think to integrate their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plans with their existing business plan.  The result of making CSR an

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This can work, I know it can.  This whole plan of bringing sustainable practices to the meetings industry.  The plan, though, it needs our help and participation.  A way to

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Speaking in Lisbon yesterday yet again I was asked the same two questions: How will CSR fair in the economic crisis? With all the current financial concerns wont CSR be

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Following on my Michaels post earlier, I wanted to attached a presentation that we created to really define the business case for sustainability in the meetings industry. The presentation details

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In spite of a the litany of columns, reports and studies on the topic of Greenwashing, (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenwash), it seems that confusion ensues, resulting in more unsubstantiated claims which only serve

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I was sent this today, and I think Karl Marx perfectly summarizes whats going on around the world. Its amazing that he wrote this in 1867. «Owners of capital will

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What’s a guy have to do, you know? He fixes your car, charms your boss, connects you with powerful new friends and makes you feel good for being you. Why,

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First, I offer salute to all organic farmers. That said, (insert wince) organic should not be the last word in green menu planning. And, while I’m at it, local isn’t

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Much has been written about the evils of plastic water bottles and the unnecessary waste they create (a favorite: http://www.fastcompany.com/magazine/117/features-message-in-a-bottle.html). Questions persist, though, about viable alternatives for large meetings and

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