I love top ten lists. Have a quick look at Warren Karlenzig’s top ten sustainability stories of 2006. It’s seen through the lens of what applies to local government and is the sort of thing that most people might overlook – despite the importance of their local governments. It’s a good quick read for your holiday week! Check it here.
Warren Karlenzig’s Top 10 Sustainability Stories
Fireside Chat: Live
- Nick Aster
Philadelphia: Sep 30
Stories & Beer Philadelphia: Measuring Positive Impact
Measuring financial success is straightforward enough, but how do you measure a business's overall positive impact? Join 4 different b-corps to talk about it in Philadelphia. Register here.
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Sustainable Brands London 2014
Connect with Sustainability Executives, Brand Strategists, and Design & Innovation Leaders as the Sustainable Brands London Conference convenes to drive the innovation that leads to enhanced business. Discount with code: NW3pSB14L Register here.
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