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The GSB Interview: David Muller, Green-Sports-Corporate Partner Matchmaker

David Muller has successfully shown sports teams, venues, and leagues, as well as corporations large and small, the value of attaching themselves to the Green-Sports Movement. 2,281 more words

One Planet Prosperity

The most successful businesses in the future will be those that are not just compliant, but which are also low carbon, low material use, low water use and low waste, ­seeing environmental excellence as an opportunity, not a problem. 413 more words


Repeat Roses activate a triple bottom line approach to success

Repeat Roses is an eco-friendly company that collects and repurposes florals from events and delivers them to nursing homes, hospitals, hospice care and paediatric cancer treatment facilities. 719 more words


Introducing: United by Blue

Industry: Clothing/Accessories

Certifications: Certified B Corps (110)

Location: Philadelphia, PA

Founded in 2010, United By Blue (UBB) has come onto the scene as a leader in environmentally responsible business. 524 more words


Our 2016 Year in Review—and #2000BCorps! – Medium

***The Future of Business In A Complex World, The B Corp***

Brought to You by My Curated Information Blog, Create & Be Well

          This post is a continuation of my series on transforming economies to meet the needs of people. 200 more words

Introducing: Sustain Condoms

Whether you plan on ringing in the New Year with a simple kiss or something a little more intimate, it’s always important to be prepared. Make Little Dicky proud and buy a condom brand that is both healthy and safe! 637 more words


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. 382 more words