By Beth Offenbacker If you’re focused on capacity-building for Climate Change and a Green Economy, you’ll want to listen to Beth Offenbacker’s report from the recent Green...
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By MIRIAM ACZEL Environmental sustainability is becoming increasingly mainstream in business operations and in investing. ‘Impact investing’ and other forms of environmentally and socially conscious...
Eco-friendly, green standards, eco-labels... These are all common words used in sustainability conversations, but consistent definitions and standards can be hard to come by. Better definitions could help consumers and organizations make smart purchases that are good for people and the planet.
On March 8, 2017, the Annual Meeting of Arlingtonians for a Clean Environment (ACE) was held under the theme “What It Means to Be Greener: Eco-labels and Standards for Environmentally Preferable Products.” The meeting included exhibits from Leaders in Energy, Arlington County Green Home Choice, LED Source DC, and several others.
Guest Post by Dan Smolen, Managing Principal, The Green Suits, LLC. This article is cross-posted on LinkedIn.
We are sure some reading this post will be immediately taken aback by its provocative title. Seriously...how could one characterize an [American] economy with 5.5 percent unemployment—down from recessionary highs of over 10 percent in 2009—as dull gray?