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The Real Inconvenient Truth

Now that BP America, Conoco Phillips and Caterpillar have dropped out of the U.S. Climate Action Partnership, it’s clear that [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Green Business March 8 2010

THORN & ROSES

THORN Why put the open Internet at risk by ceding control over ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers)? [...]

ChiefExecutive.net Green Business , Internet May 15 2014

Environmental Munich

First apples; then oatmeal cookies; then Perrier: Is nothing sacred anymore? I ask this rhetorical question to illustrate a dangerous [...]

Edwin J. Feulner Green Business June 1 1990

The Last Secretary Of Energy

No one would deny that Bill Clinton’s cabinet has been plagued by allegations of scandal and blunder. Recall Ron Brown’s [...]

Ronald Bailey And Joseph L. Mccarthy Green Business July 1 1995

Leveling the Energy Field

Companies that help people save money, earn money,” is not a statement you expect to hear from a company in [...]

Mark Young Green Business April 1 1999

Global Warming: It Just Got Hotter for U.S. Companies

The Supreme Court today ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency needs to step up to regulate the carbon dioxide produced [...]

Gary S. Guzy Green Business , Leadership & Strategy , Technology April 3 2007

Sustainability for CEOs

These days, many companies recognize the need to address sustainability in some form, but they do not have a clear [...]

Yakir Siegal Monitor Group And Amy Longsworth Esty Green Business , Leadership & Strategy January 30 2009
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Eco-Chic the Sustainability Flak Catchers

The broad fear and culpability over humanity’s impact upon the earth and its climate now hold a powerful influence over [...]

Jay Stuller Green Business April 14 2009
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Monsanto’s Hugh Grant, CEO of the Year 2010

Recognizing that helping farmers around the world gain access to the best technologies is in everyone’s interest, Hugh Grant has made it central to Monsanto’s strategy to partner with others—governments and NGOs—to improve food security.

JP Donlon CEO of the Year , Green Business , Leadership , Strategy June 23 2010

Cheap Power = Prosperity

Energy is the pillar upon which economic growth is built. “The difference between the developed world and everybody else,” says author Robert Bryce, “is [affordable] electricity.” But simple math and basic physics show that chasing energy sources with low power densities will not get us to where we need to be.

JP Donlon Green Business July 8 2014

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