Today’s business leaders must be ready to keep up with the curve-balls the 21st century is poised to throw at them, from shifting economic landscapes to a changing climate. Jamie Bohan, a recent graduate of the Executive Master’s in Sustainability & Leadership (EMSL) program at ASU, took notice of this after ending a 20-year stint at Honeywell to manage the sustainability department of waste service company Republic Services.
Author: Mary Mazzoni
For those die-hard foodies who couldn’t dream of traveling without hitting up all the locally-esteemed eateries, this week we pulled together a travel guide featuring sustainable restaurants from all over the world. Bon appétit!
Deciding to pursue higher education can be unnerving, especially if you’ve already found a job you love. But Tim Trefzer, a recent graduate of the Executive Master’s in Sustainability & Leadership (EMSL) program at ASU, proves it’s possible to get the best of both worlds. By choosing a degree program that allowed him to study in person and online, Trefzer was able to keep his dream green job — overseeing environmentally-friendly events and sports games in Atlanta — while continuing his education.
The next time you need to swap your toothbrush, buy a new pair of shoes or are craving a night out on the town, look to these one-for-one brands to make a difference at the same time.
Thanks to an ongoing drought exacerbated by climate change, California is facing one of its worst wildfire seasons on record. But the state has a dirty little secret for keeping wildfires at bay: recruiting prison laborers.
Internships are vital for any student thinking about their future, but choosing an internship can be tricky. They often range from the dull (think: picking up bagels for the morning meeting) to the downright exploitative (unpaid internships without college credit). But have no fear, eager employee-in-the-making. With a bit of digging, you can find an internship that provides real work experience — and a whole lot of fun.
We’re big fans of Clif Bar here at TriplePundit. But, after touring the company’s creative workspace and learning more about how it does business, our love affair with Clif Bar & Co. just got a little more serious. Read on for 10 things you probably didn’t know about your favorite energy bar brand, so we can all be obsessed together.
A group of innovative thinkers from India and East Africa joined the SAP Social Entrepreneur Fellowship program in Silicon Valley earlier this month. The CEOs represent social enterprises working in agriculture, education, energy, health care, and water and sanitation. This week we learned more about these innovative thought leaders. Read on to be inspired.
The requirements for the certification are tough to achieve, and only a select few companies have made the grade as of yet. This week we tip our hats to eight of those companies that are leading the charge to a truly circular economy.
Every year, the Urban Land Institute recognizes outstanding examples of successful public spaces that have “socially enriched and revitalized the economy of their surrounding communities.” We couldn’t wait to learn more about these projects and how they revitalized their surrounding downtowns. Read on to catch a peek at the six most innovative urban spaces of 2015.
Last month, members of the Consumer Goods Forum, representing more than 400 top multinationals in the consumer goods industry, gathered to discuss a topic near and dear to our hearts here at 3p: trust as the foundation for growth.
Last year, TriplePundit took a deep dive into the world of seafood with a special series that made a big splash with readers. So, what’s new in sustainable seafood since we wrapped our series? To find out, we headed to Industry Lab at Sustainable Seafood Week New York City.
At its annual Global Summit in New York City last week, the Consumer Goods Forum announced a bold resolution to tackle food waste. Members of the Forum, which include 400 multinational consumer companies like Unilever, Pepsico and General Mills, pledged to halve food waste in all retail and manufacturing operations by 2025.
Despite data that shows having women in leadership positions improves a company’s financial returns, the number of women at the top of large companies remains astonishingly low. For women who hope to be part of the movement that turns those numbers around, the first step is to gain leadership experience. Here are 10 ideas on how to get started.
Love to travel but hate the impact? You’re not alone. Luckily for the conscious and curious travelers out there, you can have the best of both worlds.