Tags » Global Sustainability

Why we are drawn to doing the wrong things right

It’s been awhile since my last blog. I’ve been out in the countryside, Mr Badger’s domain and found myself distracted by a duck. In fact, there are two of them. 989 more words

Sustainable Water Minor applies interdisciplinary studies to water issues

The Sustainable Water Interdisciplinary Minor (SWIM) was recently added to Colorado State University in order to accommodate students of interdisciplinary majors. The SWIM program is a partnership between the CSU Water Center and the School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES). 287 more words


Sustainability and the selfie stick

It’s that time of year when things are looking up. Gradually Melbourne is pulling in its wintery claws and sullen grey skies are breaking down to offer the promise of warmer days. 766 more words

As CSU continues to achieve sustainability awards, students say efforts should increase

Though CSU has won four awards in the past year for sustainability efforts, students say there is room for improvement concerning sustainability on campus.

Zero-waste events contribute to CSU’s sustainability efforts around campus. 519 more words


Spotting safety-deposit boxes in the sky

Mr Badger has just been visiting his old hometown and has come back more confused than ever. There was a time in south London when tadpoling on Mitcham Common or chasing an old cricket ball around Streatham’s green was difficult enough. 507 more words

Do you think "green practices" should be voluntary or mandatory for businesses? Explain your answer. (MBA paper)

Do you think “green practices” should be voluntary or mandatory for businesses? Explain your answer.

Green practices falls under the category of corporate social responsibility (CSR). 744 more words


Reflecting on the unseen relationships under our noses

Mr Badger is truly in reflective mood today. Two people who I have been close to have died recently. In their passing I’ve become aware of features of these relationships which I couldn’t see while they were alive. 509 more words