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sustainability from a verb to a noun

Sustainability is slowly transformed from a verb into now a noun. This transformation has positives and negatives. Sustainability as a noun allows it to have a place similar to that of health and safety in an organization. It can be … Continue reading

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Sustainability in the age of Big Data – Government and Regulation Perspective Q&A

Sustainability in the age of big data – Government’s perspectiveMark Headd of City of Philadelphia and Cary Coglianese of university of Pennsylvania. Government has for the longest time the largest user of data. The volume of data being collected by … Continue reading

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Wayne Balta – IBM and IBM’s view on sustainability in the age of big data.

The discussion of Big Data is no longer if the data exist, or if this is the age of big data. The discussion today is whether big data is here to stay and how big data will play a role … Continue reading

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Sustainability and Food Waste – Bernard J. David

Bernard talks about sustainability from the perspective of food. Why food? Well, Bernard talks of Maslow’s hierarchy of need. From a perspective that sustainability is new. We need to get the basics first. Maslow’s hierarchy starts with the basic needs. … Continue reading

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Review of – Sustainability’s Next Frontier

MIT Sloan Management Review and BCG published the report: Sustainability’s Next Frontier – Walking the Talk on the Sustainability Issues That Matter Most. The review tries to answer multiple questions all center around the theme of sustainability. Questions like What … Continue reading

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About the Guardian post on – Sustainability must join health and safety as a core business value

The article started with the sentence – “Businesses eventually realized health and safety benefited their bottom line. They need to recognize sustainability does the same” Yesterday, the Guardian came out with an interesting article that highlights why sustainability can benefit … Continue reading

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Laura Draucker on GHG Protocol: How standards and tools drive corporate action on climate change

The importance of GHGP and the impact that it has and continue to have on corporations in the world is not something that can simply be catalogued. Just how important is the GHGP? The World Resources Institute’s Senior Associate of … Continue reading

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