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7 Things E-Discovery Auditors Must Do

U.S. Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) require organizations to look at the ability to respond in a legally defensible manner to discovery requests. Moreover, as organizations expand globally, they need to be ready at all times to provide information that could be requested as evidence in a legal proceeding. 189 more words

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Selling Sustainability? Start Here

Topics like Sustainability and Climate Change are understandably complicated, but not for the reasons you might expect.   Aside from the scientific, economic and political complexities,  populations are also often unsure about the pertinence of these topics to their own affairs.   371 more words


You Can't Have It All: Kenyan Farming Edition

The Economist has a fine short piece on the tensions running through the thriving Kenyan horticultural trade. Kenya is a fantastic place to grow things. Their export market is thriving. 516 more words


The triple bottom line: Profit, People and Planet

I came across the term “triple bottom line” in a book I’ve been reading on social entrepreneurship. The book is by Robert Ashton: How to be a Social Entrepreneur, Make Money and Change the World… 118 more words


Corporate Social Responsibility is dead.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) was born in a time when large corporations started feeling somewhat concerned about the side effects of global warming. Most part of the literature suggests that Al Gore’s documentary… 216 more words

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What is the Triple Bottom Line?

If profit is the goal of our economy, what does it mean to profit? $$$ in your bank account?

Is that really it?

If you think like me: profit not only means additions to my cashflow, but positive benefits to the people who make the things that I value, and regenerative inputs to the environments which cultivate the things that I need. 479 more words


Bottoms up to improving the triple bottom line.

Over the past few decades it has become increasingly apparent the added competitiveness in the business side of agriculture for increasing efficiency and productivity.  Not to mention the other added challenging culprits of climate change, land use restrictions, and increased costs of living for rural Canadians. 578 more words