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01
APR
2014

Risk Management: The Need for Regenerative Economics

Even elementary risk management approaches plainly demonstrate that creating a clean, regenerative economy is the ultimate act of enlightened self-interest. ome years back, I attended a lunch in Brussels with several European Parliamentarians to discuss climate change. As the... Read More →
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15
MAR
2014

Clean Energy: Lessons from Social Media

The integration of information, clean energy, and energy storage technology is the future. To see what lies ahead, social media is a useful guide. he evolution and impact of social media can provide us with a great roadmap for the future trajectory of sustainability-driven... Read More →
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15
NOV
2013

Natural Resources: Embracing Ecological Principles

As natural resources dwindle, businesses that align operations with ecological principles to create efficient closed loop systems will have the advantage. as sustainability hit a wall? Recent reports suggest that, according to CEOs, it’s difficult to implement sustainability... Read More →
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01
SEP
2013

Clean Energy: Personal Power Generation

Falling clean energy costs, diversified sources, and distributed energy systems are laying the foundation for a new era of personalized power generation. uring a recent stay in Maine for a little R&R, I talked with a retiree who produces all his electricity for his lakeside... Read More →
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01
AUG
2013

Financial Incentives: Accounting for Sustainability

Financial incentives that account for natural capital and ecosystem services are needed to balance the ecological books and drive a regenerative economy. hile industry lobbyists, environmental advocates, Congress, and the Obama Administration thrust and parry, the important... Read More →
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