Monthly Archives: January 2014

Global Food Security – Resource Revolution: Meeting the World’s Energy, Materials, Food, ad Water

From a private sector, some issues are just too big that it is impossible for a single company to bring about change or initiate a change. The McKinsey Global Institute was developed for such a reason. Each year McKinsey Global … Continue reading

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Engaging Tenants on Energy Efficiency and Sustainability – EES/IGEL Seminar – Brad A Molotsky

Brandywine Realty Trust is the company in charge of developing and filling up the 30th street construction building between Chestnut and Walnut. The lot is interesting given that it is Penn property but is being developed into a private commercial/residential … Continue reading

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What happen to all those sustainability Jobs

Now that I am in my last semester of Grad school, I started looking for jobs and given what I learned during my time at Penn, I started my search with the term of sustainability specialist or sustainability director, or … Continue reading

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Healing or Stealing – A look back at Hawken’s 2009 speech at Portland

I came across the term Restoration Economy and traced it back to the author Paul Hawken. Hawken is a n environmentalist, entrepreneur, journalist and of course author and has had an exciting career linking business and environment as well as … Continue reading

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WEF: Rethinking Global Food Security

There is an estimated 850 million people classified as “hungry” and millions are termed “hidden hungry”. These two numbers will they increase or decrease as the world head towards 9 billion people in 2050? Food system and food security is … Continue reading

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Important people and those who protect them

Well, Day 2 at the World Economic Forum and I woke up to the sound of helicopters flying around the city. Having lived in Los Angeles for most of my life, I thought it would be just any commercial or … Continue reading

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Day 1 of the World Economic Forum 2014

The World Economic Forum 2014 at Davos kicked off today with the welcome message by the executive chairman, Klaus Schwab. Chairman Schwab ask everyone to bring four things to the events. 1. Brain, because the World Economic Forum is where … Continue reading

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