Go Green Jobs and Kick The Fear of Recession Reds [INFOGRAPHIC]
If you wanted to make secure your future career prospects than we will suggest you to go for a green job. This is the only job type that will not be affected in recessions too so, you can be relax
Brilliant Eco-Business Card Can Be Printed on Practically Anything
Andrea Romani’s brilliant Ecological Business Card stamp can be used to print contact information upon virtually any recycled material.
Green Jobs for the INFP Personality Type
Green Jobs for the INFP Personality Type. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are two types of green jobs -- a job in a company that produces eco-friendly goods or services and a job helping companies and organizations establish and maintain environmentally-conscious policies and processes. At the ...
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Sustainable Companies Do Better Financially
Original article by Gerrit Heyns can be viewed on the Harvard Business Review Blog Network Companies That Invest in Sustainability Do Better Financially It’s a common misperception that responsible or sustainable investments are all in the hug yourself, warm feeling, good intention category, the inevitable consequence of which is diminished investment return. Nothing could be…
B Corps: Making Life Easier For Green Businesses
Enacted by California in January 2012, a Benefit Corporation (B CORP) allows companies to operate for a broader purpose. B CORPs are attractive because they downplay the Business Judgment Rule. In a typical corporate structure, the Business Judgment Rule requires a corporation to operate solely for the benefit of its shareholders. This means shareholders can…
49 of 50 Top U.S. Employers Concerned about Climate Change
In this election year there have been ubiquitous declarations about the concerns of America’s “job creators” which is understandable given the high rate of unemployment. But what has been missing from the discussion is that all but one of the top 50 employers in the U.S. is concerned about battling climate change. An analysis of…