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  • Tea Party This! European Activists Push For Mass Bank Run

    You’ve heard there are some, shall we say, negative feelings among the working/middle classes in European countries these days, yes? Something about austerity measures, mismanaged economies, something about being angry at banks and bankers and powerful people? It all dribbles out, and we don’t see much of it in the press here in the US. […] More

  • Systems Thinking for a Green Supply Chain

    In the guest post below, Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company, discusses how companies can “green” their supply chain through a” systems thinking” approach. by Julie Urlaub In today’s global business environment, it is extremely rare for a company to own an entire product or service value chain.  Business operations now rely […] More

  • Vigilant Futures Is Officially a Plastic Bottle-Free Zone

    In honor of Blog Action Day 2010, it’s inspiring to see a company ditching its plastic water bottles. Below is a post from a Vigilant Futures’ employee. Kudos to Vigilant Futures! by Adelaide Z According to Water.org nearly 1 billion people don’t have access to clean drinking water. Despite our access to free, clean drinking […] More

  • Why Conservatives Are Bad on Energy: It’s All About the Costs

    In the guest post below, Tom Rooney, President and CEO of SPG Solar, in Novato, California, discusses how conservatives get it wrong on energy because they’re wrong on the costs of energy. by Tom Rooney Conservatives,  let’s talk about energy. And why so many conservatives are so wrong — so liberal, even — on wind […] More

  • Why Apple and Its Brand Can Endure a Crisis

    In the guest post below, Ronn Torossian, Founder, President and CEO of New York-based 5W Public Relations, discusses Apple’s brand credibility and how the company would survive a potential iPhone 4 recall. by Ronn Torossian Much different than BP, Toyota, Mel Gibson, Tiger Woods and Dell, Apple can better weather negative media and afford a […] More

  • Buy a Tesla Car, Not Tesla IPO

    In the guest post below, Ambrose Desmond who runs sustainablog’s green investment subdomain discusses the risk of investing in Tesla Motors. by Ambrose Desmond Tesla Motors, a Silicon Valley-based electric vehicle innovator is slated to sell $244 million of stock in an IPO on June 29. While Tesla is clearly one of the most exciting […] More

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