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Introducing: Sword & Plough

Industry: Clothing/Accessories

Cost Comparison: Slightly more expensive than competitors

Certifications: N/A 

Location: Denver, CO

To turn swords into plough shares…

Sword & Plough originates from the saying, “To turn swords into plough shares.” which is to take military technologies and materials and apply them to peaceful civilian applications. 379 more words


Triple Bottom Line - Purposeful Blogging for Purposeful Business

In light of our new president elect I feel the need to reach out to my circle on an issue I am passionate about. The environment, our Earth, our only Earth. 645 more words


The B Series: An Outsider Looking In

Since the beginning of my professional career, I’ve always been fascinated by two things: writing and furthering purposeful impact.

I’m particularly interested in the ways for-profits scale and sustain themselves and I truly believe that capitalism has its advantages. 682 more words

Corporate Good

Toxic Party In The Cursed Earth: Learning To Walk The Line

You can try to make it as festive as you want…a scorched wasteland can only be so fun.

Walking a burning tightrope made of razor wire while suspended over a pool of ravenous piranha set on top of a pressure sensitive keg of dynamite…sounds pretty difficult huh? 1,612 more words

Environmental Sustainability

How do we sense this? Hidden expression of power

How do we sense this? Hidden expression of power 

A while back I got a call from a good friend of mine. We talked about the things we would like to achieve next – our life goals. 279 more words

Self Improvement

A Climate Change of Mind?

Who is caring now about climate change? About rising sea levels? Hmmmm. Let me think!

While more than 20 countries, according to the World Economic Forum, watch water levels creep ever so steadily into their way of life and, for some Pacific Island nations, their possible extinction, their cries for attention are largely ignored. 504 more words

Sustainability Accounting

In my previous blog post, I described the history of sustainability accounting as a “fairly engaging tale (that) begins in northern Vermont on a Ben & Jerry’s dairy farm, segues over to the Alaskan shoreline on the doomed Exxon Valdez oil tanker, and then ends in the present with characters as diverse and colorful as former Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City and Charles, the Prince of Wales in Great Britain.” 613 more words

Accounting Standards