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Cap and Trade; Good for Environment, Good or Bad for Business?

Posted by Stacy Richter on April 30 at 10:15 PM Like most, I found myself increasingly interested in how the “Cap and Trade” system actually works and what effect it would have on overall business. To provide a little perspective, the EPA issued a memo on Apr 23 on how the Agency will meet its “heightened commitment to transparency.”
Topics: energy, strategy, sustainability        8 Comments Read Full Post

SocialCycling™ and Transparency

Posted by Jason Warnock on April 27 at 6:00 PM What are the most important factors in developing trust when embarking on any corporate social or environmental responsibility program? Topics: leadership, recycling, strategy, sustainability        5 Comments Read Full Post

Design Green Now at Parsons

Posted by Carla Colon on April 17 at 12:00 AM Design Green Now wrapped its May panel series this week at Parsons the New School for Design.  Modearted by Metropolis editor-in-chief Susan Szenazy, the New Approaches to Energy event, featured a diverse group of expert panelists, each with unique insights on the energy crisis.
Topics: energy, leadership, sustainability        7 Comments Read Full Post

Q&A with Design Green Now

Posted by Jason Warnock on April 16 at 11:30 PM Andrew Personette and Matt Tyson started Design Green Now in April of 2008 as an avenue to facilitate conversation, education and action amongst those interested in creating a healthy planet. With a successful year 2 now in the books, DMD Green had a chance to sit down with the co-founders to check their thoughts on the state of green conferences today and where they see Design Green Now going in the future. 
Topics: leadership, strategy, sustainability        3 Comments Read Full Post

Rallying and Volleying at Design Green NOW!

Posted by Annie Millican on April 3 at 6:30 PM Design Green Now launched its three-part series of panel discussions exploring innovations in environmentally responsible design this week at Pratt Institute and the Fashion Institute of Technology. I had the pleasure of attending both events, which invoked the investigative spirit to examine material use and waste reclamation in design... Topics: energy, leadership, leed, recycling, strategy, sustainability        9 Comments Read Full Post
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