According to PMI – the Project Management Institute, the world will spend 1/5 of its GDP on projects, a hefty $US12 Trillion this year alone.
That’s a lot of energy put into projects. Those projects will use energy, save energy, use resources, and save resources in ways we cannot yet imagine.
This site is devoted to the intersection of Project Management and “Green” – where green has to do with preventing climate change, preserving resources, and getting things done effectively and efficiently, which should already be flowing in the ‘green’ blood of any project manager worth their weight in risk registers.
EarthPM’s Mission and Objectives
Provide the critical link between project management and environmentalism to increase awareness amongst project managers of the power they have to improve the greenality and effectiveness of their projects – whether or not they are directly involved with the environment.
- Seamlessly blend the discipline of project management with environmental aspects of projects (we assert that every project has environmental aspects)
- Use varying media to reach our stakeholders: project managers, environmentalists, business leaders, and, in fact, all residents of this planet;
- Develop greenality processes to enhance the project manager’s blend of project tools;
- Use greenality to save resources, time, and costs – those of the project, and those of the earth.
EarthPM’s Five Asssertions of Green Project Management
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