Going green is not just a fad that is going to fade out anytime soon. For many businesses, switching to eco-friendly practices seems daunting and expensive at first glance. While there are a number of benefits to making changes to the way you do business, one of the most important ones is saving money. Who […]
Progress is a relative thing, its meaning and measure differing depending on people, place, circumstances and era. What one generation sees as a proud achievement, the next may look at quite differently.
Cleaners containing harsh chemicals contribute to polluting and damaging the environment. The use of green household products lessens the carbon footprint and ensures a healthier tomorrow for future generations.
A wildfire is defined as being an uncontrolled fire that occurs in the wilderness. They can be massive in size and have the ability to spread across vast distances, jumping rivers, roads and fire breaks in the process.
Standing at two ends of the sustainability spectrum, inoperable windows and efficient lighting seem to represent opposite ends of the conversation vis-a-vis sustainable practices.
With increasing oil prices and mounting environmental concerns, the aircraft industry is investing more and more time and money into researching alternative aviation fuels.
Although businesses have different ways of defining sustainability, in its simplest essence the word implies the ability to maintain a certain status or process in existing systems. The most frequent use of the term “sustainability” is connected to ecological systems.
Give a man a fish and he will eat today. Teach a man to fish and he will eat tomorrow – or until his nets break. Invest in a man’s fishing business and he will feed himself and others for a long time to come. This is what it means to shift from paternalistic charity to venture philanthropy.