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Some of the push back we’ve received is that unless you can assure economic benefits from instituting sustainable practices, it will be a hard sell. Project managers, already managing scarce resources, may be put in the untenable position of using … Continue reading
I miss John Belushi and his talent, and he would probably get a kick out of Pepsi’s new project. To encourage recycling, Pepsi in cooperation with Waste Management, named one of Forbes “Top 20 Most Responsible Companies”, has launched a … Continue reading
In our book, we use the example of an earthworm as almost perfect sustainability. GIGO, only in the earthworms case, the garbage that goes in as it eats its way through the earth, comes out the other end as better … Continue reading
From The Weekly Sentinel, I found seventh and eighth graders from the Noble Middle School in North Berwick, Maine, are recycling school cafeteria wastes. As a result of a year-long project, the school’s “Green Team” is both reducing the amount … Continue reading