A recent Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found that 63 percent of Americans “strongly favor” raising the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour...yet it remains at 7.25 - what's widely considered to be a "poverty wage".
Small green teams tasked with transforming large corporations, governments, cities, and neighborhoods face some tough challenges...here are four strategies that can be readily adapted to similar programs in other organizations.
Instead of starting where we are, doing small incremental changes trying to make our business and behaviour sustainable, we must start where we need to be when we have a sustainable society and work our way backwards from there.
Jennifer Woofter, President of Strategic Sustainability Consulting reflects on how to be an effective sustainability leader.
Michael Townsend, shares his thoughts on the business case for sustainability and how we might overcome what he refers to as "corporate schizophrenia".
The current system measures the wrong things - it leads us towards sickness, inequality and environmental degradation.
Ownership is everything. It is difficult to conceive of how any business could call itself sustainable, without due consideration of ownership; it lies at the very heart of equality and fairness in business, and in society.