Monthly Archives: November 2010
Nov. 29 – Dec. 10: the Hot Action You Want in Cancun? Plus observations about Brazil, China, India, Russia, and South Korea.
A U.N. Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico… how could any headline writer resist coming up with a pun? To answer my own question: no, it does not appear likely that we’ll get the action on global hotness / climate … Continue reading
That’s probably an ad campaign we won’t see – though there is a product called Tofurky that’s actually delicious. My main point this morning: to direct our attention to these very timely and useful articles at The Daily Green on … Continue reading
Thanks to Roger Maag in our MBA course, Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Law, for referring this fascinating story on green computer code.
Just in case you miss it, please be sure to click on the new link above, or, heck, here it is: the world’s first sustainability report by a university to attain an A level of compliance with the preeminent world … Continue reading