Summer Reading Giveaway Week 3!

green collar economySummer is here! What does that mean? If your high school was like mine, it means stacks of summer reading. We here at TriplePundit work hard to bring you all the news you need to know about sustainability in business – and we do it all year round. But sometimes, let’s face it, you need to go deeper into a subject – and there are many great books to help you do that.

That’s why every week this summer, we’ll be giving away a CSR-related book to one lucky reader.

Last week’s book was Power from the People by Greg Pahl. And the winner, chosen by random number generator, is Andrea Learned. Congratulations! Thanks to everyone else who entered. Still want some summer reading? Don’t give up, we have a brand new book to offer this week!

This week’s book is The Green Collar Economy: How One Solution Can Fix Our Two Biggest Problems by Van Jones.

From the publisher:

Now revised and updated, Van Jones’s provocative and cutting edge New York Times bestseller The Green Collar Economy delivers a viable plan for solving the two biggest issues facing the country today—the economy and the environment.

You want it? You got it! Here are the 2 steps you need to take to enter:

1. Tweet this article using the hashtag #CSRsummerreading.
2. Leave a comment describing why you want the book. If you are commenting as a guest, please use a real email address so we can reach you. Email addresses do not display publicly.

That’s it! The winner will be chosen at random from among all entries next Tuesday at noon pacific and announced next Wednesday when we publish the next book giveaway.

Jen Boynton

Jen Boynton is editor in chief of TriplePundit and editorial director at 3BL Media. With over 6 million annual readers, TriplePundit is the leading publication on sustainable business and the Triple Bottom Line. Prior to TriplePundit, Jen received an MBA in Sustainable Management from the Presidio Graduate School. In her work with TriplePundit she's helped clients from SAP to PwC to Fair Trade USA with their sustainability communications messaging. When she's not at work, she volunteers as a CASA -- court appointed special advocate for children in the foster care system. She enjoys losing fights with toddlers and eating toast scraps. She lives with her family in sunny San Diego.

2 responses

  1. The quote explains the reason really well. I want to know how to solve that two big problems we face. Then I can go and try to solve all the other problems we face today in our lives.

    We need to pay attention to our environment, our lovely home will not survive if we keep up this torture.

    Thank you.

  2. Giving away books is a good activity which should be continued. John strikes at the heart of the issue in “The Green Collar Economy”. The two problems of poverty and environmental crises are really needed to be addressed as soon as possible. The ideas presented in the book are powerful and speak for the realistic approach of John.

    Samreen M

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