Radical transparency is my favorite kind of transparency. My soul sings when a company can clearly share their ambitious goals to achieve truly meaningful change, and tells the public not only where they are succeeding, but also where they’re struggling. This, more than anything, gives me a boost of confidence in our collective efforts toContinue reading “Radical Transparency: Now is the time for business to tell all”
Or so my co-star app told me today. I have been feeling a strong creative bug to make something and put it out in the world lately but haven’t known where to direct it. Paint? Sew? Write? Draw? ….Rearrange all the furniture in my house? Revamp my financial plan? Cook? The last three have notContinue reading “The secret is to begin”
“Imagining the future for a brand means incorporating responsibility values into its DNA and discovering new opportunities. It means injecting creative thinking and different points of view about the past, which translate into new or renewed products… which, in turn, open up new markets, attract new customers and reduce risk throughout the entire value chainContinue reading
; Toward A New Psychology of Climate Action by Per Epson Stoknes “We need a more compassionate understanding of how our paradoxical, many-voiced psyche is responding to news of the ongoing shifts in the climate.” p 7 Those of us who are wondering WHY others don’t get the message we feel like we’re sharing loud and clearContinue reading “Book Review: What We Think About When We Try Not to Think About Global Warming”
My guest blog post for Women Leading Water, “What I learned from the Millennium Drought”, is now live! It was fun to reflect on my time living in Melbourne, Australia and what it taught me about conserving water. Read the full post here!
“When it comes to the facts of increasing climate disruption due to our human impact on the earth, there is an ethical obligation to respond. Those who actively give voice to or just passively live out their denial actually support the ongoing human violence to the land and clean air.” – Per Epson Stoknes, What WeContinue reading
I have been reading the book The Responsible Fashion Company: Integrating Ethics and Aesthetics in the Value Chain by Francesca Romana Rinaldi and Salvo Testa (published 2015) this year, and one consumer description caught my attention that I felt the need to share: the LOHAS, or Lifestyle Of Health And Sustainability!
Despite an incredibly disappointing presidential election a few weeks ago, and the tumultuous future ahead of us, there is a lot I am thankful for today in regards to sustainability. Here’s my list, what’s on yours?
The saying goes that the kitchen is the heart of the home, but what about kitchens in the office? Is the office kitchen an afterthought because it’s not “the money-making room”? How do building designers, owners, and executives really view these spaces? Have you ever thought about the sheer volume of stuff that goes throughContinue reading “Designing for Waste Reduction”
Ten musings on what not to do in order to avoid feeling miserable in this field so near and dear to our hearts