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LEED Accreditation and Why I Pursued It

I took a few months off from blogging (and everything else besides work) to study for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Associate accreditation. 402 more words

Building Ultimate Transparency

Social responsibility has become all but a requirement for companies and cause-related marketing has grown into a popular strategic marketing and public relations tool for corporations and charities alike. 513 more words

Is your site location making recruitment difficult?

The problem

A student graduating in 2016 could leave university with debt as high as £53,000. This leaves many graduates in a situation where they can’t afford to own a car or pay high weekly fuel or parking costs. 499 more words

Business Travel

World Oceans Month: Western Governors Alliance on Ocean Health

Driftwood on a Washington beach. Photograph courtesy of wiki commons.

By Neva Knott

It’s still World Oceans Month, and to celebrate, I’ve continued my investigation into ocean health in my home state, Washington, on the US West Coast. 534 more words

Environmental Journalism

3 reasons I'm here

“Why are you here?”

I heard this a question several times last week. It wasn’t an existential challenge, but a practical one.

For there I was, a self-described technology marketer, attending the… 412 more words


Triple Bottom Line: Planet...what next?

In any of my past posts, you may have come across the term Triple Bottom Line (TBL). It’s a term we use extensively within my Sustainability Management classes; to us it is the nucleus of our program, the catalyst to our discussions, and the cause of our daily practices… yet many people are unaware of what it means. 724 more words


Sustainability CELEBRATION!!

The Greater Portland Sustainability Education Network (GPSEN) is a growing network of regional educators, students, non-profits, political and industry leaders, and community members collaborating to promote sustainability education in the Portland Metro region, including Washington, Clackamas and Multnomah Counties in Oregon and Clark County in Washington. 143 more words