Daniel Akst has a great article in the last Sunday New York Times that offers up some innovative proposals for the American auto industry. The article suggests that Detroit is staring opportunity in the face – that “going green” can be achieved while similtaneously appealing to the “environmentally conscious” as well as “meat-eating SUV owners”. You’ve heard this sort of thing before, but I think that the more often it’s repeated, the more it will sink in.
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- Nick Aster
Online: Jan 8
Webinar: Profiling the Practice of Corporate Citizenship
This FREE webinar explores how the environmental, social, and governance (ESG) dimensions of business are managed in today’s business world, and how these practices have evolved. Register here.
- Travis Noland
Atlanta: Jan 22 – Jan 24
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What are the most critical issues facing reverse logistics executives today? Speakers include experts from retail, manufacturing, academia, and service sectors. This is the largest reverse logistics event of 2014. Register here.
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