Can You Eat Your Way to Carbon Neutrality?


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If you know me, you know I love food, so when I had the chance to write a term paper recommending actions which would counteract the climate changing effects of greenhouse gases it was an easy choice.  Many of you (Are there many of you?) are probably rolling your eyes now.  I know, I know, it’s an energy thing, right?  Fair enough, but an awful lot of energy goes into the production and transportation of food, so maybe the idea isn’t so far-fetched.

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Celebrating International Women’s Day 2011


In honor of International Women’s Day, I thought I would share a list of a few of my favorite journalists from the CSR / Sustainability arena.  I’ve learned quite a bit from each of them and I’m sure you could too.  Here they are, in no particular order:

Founder of the Acumen Fund, author of “The Blue Sweater,” and champion of the concept of patient capital.  Check out her Ted talk on the topic:

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Tale of the Tape: Soros v. Koch Brothers (Infographic)


Just stumbled across this infographic from other98.com.  I thought it might be interesting for those playing at home to take out their scorecards and tally up the points in the battle of George Soros vs. the Koch Brothers.  Yes, there are a few filler points on the Koch side, but look at it on balance and decide who you’d rather have influencing politics. (If either…)  If you’re part of the “Other 98%.” I’m guessing the tallies will be a bit one-sided.

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