Monthly Archives: March 2012

Water Scarcity – Even the US Government sees the threat

As we look at the long-term issues that sustainability brings forth, resource depletion and scarcity are top of mind.  We’ve written about water a variety of times at this blog, but this past week brings a whole new confirmation of … Continue reading

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Is M&A starting to be driven by sustainability issues?

Recently I’ve been thinking more and more about sustainable business strategy and in particular, how eventually we’ll see large corporations buy smaller, more efficient and sustainable organizations for not just assets, but more so for their sustainability know-how.  Sustainability has … Continue reading

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Interesting Approach from Barrick Gold Corp

Just last week there was a very interesting announcement that came out from Barrick Gold Corporation (ABX) for which I believe the company deserves kudos.  They announced that they have put together a Corporate Social Responsibility Advisory Board which includes … Continue reading

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