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Saturday January 25th, 2014 | 0 Comments
Sustainability in Tourism

» Sam Palmer

Tourism has undergone a transformation recently where sustainability is no longer an added feature of a tour, but a selling point that is now a major draw-card for tourists.

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» Alex Summers

Consumption of energy and natural resources is an area of high concern for eco-minded businesses. With current per capita paper usage hovering around 334 pounds per year, many businesses are already following easy tips on basic paper savings. But many others are investigating more complex strategies.

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» Source Intelligence

Seven of the world’s largest industry associations collaborate with Source Intelligence and Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP to launch the first cross-industry training and resource center, addressing the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Conflict Minerals compliance regulation.

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Friday January 17th, 2014 | 0 Comments
5 Things your Website Should Do

» Tyler Hansen

Having a website seems like an obvious “must” for modern businesses. With the ability to find new customers, make sales, and increase customer awareness through a good website, it seems there’s plenty of incentive to make sure your business site is great. Unfortunately, many businesses fail to understand the core principles that should guide their websites. Instead of investing your […]

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» Alex Summers

The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) recently released a report on the impact of commercial property investment in green infrastructure, and how it has managed to create value for investors.

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» Andy Scarre

If you picked up a paper and read a quote that said “The electric motor car has long been seen as ideal as it’s greener, cleaner and far more economical than gasoline powered cars” you’d think that it was very apt for 2014, yet surprisingly, it was first published by the New York Times back in 1911. Four years later […]

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» London Offices

If you are planning to turn your attention to the carbon footprint of your business in 2014, then you may well be looking for ways to make your office more eco-friendly. While you may not be able to implement environmental-friendly features on the same scale as the Bullitt Center in Seattle, widely recognised as the world’s greenest office building, there are plenty of steps you can take to limit the environmental impact of your business premises.

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Tuesday January 14th, 2014 | 0 Comments
Business Intelligence

» Tyler Hansen

The adage ‘knowledge is power’ has perhaps never rang so true as it relates to 21st century marketing, advertising, and sales.  Translating a type of that ‘knowledge’ — big data — into practical strategy and efficiency looks to be a determining factor for which organizations survive the information explosion. You can have all the petabytes in the world, but without […]

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» Nick Aster

It’s that time again! Join TriplePundit readers worldwide for an hour-long Twitter chat with the Duke Environmental Leadership Program. The chat will be co-hosted by Professor Deb Gallagher, Associate Professor of the Practice of Resource and Environmental Policy. Environmental leadership is a skill required by every organization in today’s modern world. No longer is environmentalism relegated to the NGO world – industry, government, […]

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» ASU Walton Sustainability Solutions Initiatives

Annual savings expected from regional public/private waste reduction
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» Conveyancing Direct Limited

It seems like everyone is making an effort to embrace greener living these days and if one of your New Year’s resolutions is to make your home more environmentally friendly, lower outgoings is not the only way you can benefit. Making your home greener can actually add value to your home which is great news if you are planning to […]

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» Jason Franz

Arizona State University, the nation’s leader in sustainability education, is partnering with global leaders in sustainable business, consumer innovation, renewable energy, science and the arts for a weeklong celebration of sustainability solutions.

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» The Tile Depot

There’s more to interior design than just the purely aesthetic. From pollutants in the air to environmental impact around the world, the materials you use to furnish and decorate your home have a real impact on the world as a whole.

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» The Odd Mattress Company

Is anything more difficult than climbing out of your warm, comfortable bed on a cool morning? For some, getting out of bed early is a natural, everyday activity that needs little effort or hard work.

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» Alex Summers

Throughout the international market, America has been known as one of the biggest fans of foreign startups, but the NSA’s tracking may be stalling business interests.

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» Antenna Group

For the third consecutive year, Antenna Group has announced its top 10 energy technology areas to watch in the coming year.

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