Category Archives: General Earth PM Postings

Hannover and over and over again

We’re in the midst of reading the newest book by William McDonough and Michael Braungart, authors of Cradle to Cradle.  The book is called Upcycle.  In it, the authors reiterate the Hannover Principles, created by the authors. Here they are, … Continue reading

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Efficient projects, SMARTER project work

Today, we present a guest post from blogger Roger Gallager It evokes the SMARTER principle we first proposed in Green Project Management (C) 2010, CRC Press. SMARTER is made up of the usual SMART objectives: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-bound … Continue reading

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Take A Lesson from Blueberry Jam

Sustainability efforts begin at home and at a “homey” business. Stonewall Kitchen, a company built on a grandma’s recipe for blueberry jam, has made significant inroads to sustainability, and was recognized for it. Congratulations!! Here is the news release: YORK … Continue reading

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Your Project Management Personality

We normally blog about the intersection of PM and Sustainability.  But sometimes we blog purely on climate science and/or sustainability and sometimes on pure PM themes. Today we swing over to that PM side again. Below you will see a … Continue reading

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Can we make a difference? The stats and experts say, “….yes, and we need to”.

The latest issue (web and paper) of PM Network magazine has some interesting data and interviews which were not aimed at the intersection between sustainability and PM, but which, nevertheless, made strong points – very, very strong points – for … Continue reading

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