John Elkington and the search for What’s Next

May 19, 2016 by  
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John Elkington has long been at the forefront of sustainability — including naming his hybrid think tank-consultancy SustainAbility way back in 1987, when almost nobody was using that term. Since then he coined the terms “triple bottom line,” “green growth,” “green consumer” and “people, profit and planet,” among others. He has foreseen more trends in the environmental and sustainability realm than most of us will ever experience. He always seems to know what’s next.

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Five Ways to Convince Your CFO that Sustainability Pays

April 13, 2010 by  
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CFOs haven’t been at the center of the corporate sustainability movement. In my job as CFO, sustainability is a strategic imperative. And it should be for your CFO, too

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Win a New HP LaserJet Printer for Your Small Business

April 13, 2010 by  
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HP is announcing new additions to its LaserJet Pro line of small, powerful printers, and GreenBiz.com is offering three printers as prizes in a new contest for its readers.

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Verizon to Rev Up Green Fleet with 1,600 New Vehicles

April 12, 2010 by  
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Expansion of its alternative fuel vehicle fleet is one of several initiatives unveiled by the telecommunications giant Monday. It also plans to boost sustainable packaging and smart grid deployment efforts

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