Monthly Archives: April 2014

Opinion on Earth Day

So Earth Day is today. A little history about Earth Day, Earth Day was initially held in Philadelphia. It was initiated by a group of Penn students and gathered a crowd of 30,000 around Fairmount Water Work. All over the … Continue reading

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Nature’s Fortune – How Business and Society Thrive by Investing in Nature

Mark Tereck from The Nature Conservancy recently published the book, “Nature’s Fortune – How Business and Society Thrive by Investing in Nature.” He stop by University of Pennsylvania to talk about his story and how Nature is truly a Fortune … Continue reading

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High performing companies led by high performing leaders who… A skype conversation with Jason Jennings

I have the pleasure of meeting Jason Jennings, author of Think Big Act Small and The Reinventors – How Extraordinary Companies Pursue Radical Continuous Change, as well as various books on corporate strategy and logic on the topic of 5 … Continue reading

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Campbell and Water Sustainability

Campbell, THE tomato company, is a forward thinking company that is tackling sustainability. It is hard to imagine that Campbell was thinking about sustainability since 1930. Campbell was one of the first company to hire a full time environmental professional … Continue reading

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Women and Environmental Leadership in Middle East – Rahilla Zafar

As an environmental student, often times I overlook the fact that not everyone is on the same page as me when it comes to environmental issues. I recently conducted a survey on student’s perspective on environmental sustainability and found that … Continue reading

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