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How Preventing Household Waste Can Be Fun and Profitable
How Preventing Household Waste Can Be Fun and Profitable

WASTE NOT - Ask a room full of consumers, “Who here hates to see things go to waste?” and every hand will go up energetically. But if everyone hates to waste, then how come we generate so much of it? And what can we do to prevent waste from being created in the first place? Answering these questions can be profitable and fun.

Teleculture: How To Preserve Company Culture from Afar
Teleculture: How To Preserve Company Culture from Afar

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - Since the dawn of time, human beings have organized into groups in order to fulfill basic human needs. We join together to gain stability, feel a sense of belonging, build our self-esteem and experience self-actualization. Traditionally, the ideal workplace has combined these elements, the upper ladders of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, into a fulfilling, well-functioning organization.

Study Finds Increased Profits for Companies Embracing Sustainability
Study Finds Increased Profits for Companies Embracing Sustainability

STAKEHOLDER TRENDS AND INSIGHTS - Companies reporting a profit from their sustainability efforts rose 23 percent last year, to 37 percent of the total, according to a new global study called The Innovation Bottom Line, released yesterday by the MIT Sloan Management Review (MIT SMR) and The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).

Aspirational Consumers Unite Style, Sustainability To Shape Market Trends
Aspirational Consumers Unite Style, Sustainability To Shape Market Trends

PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - Is there such a thing as sustainable consumption? A new study by BBMG, GlobeScan and SustainAbility finds that a majority of consumers across six international markets are seeking to reconcile their desire for shopping and style with responsibility to the environment and society through their purchases.

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Market for Ethical Products Grows by Nearly $20 Billion Despite Economic Downturn
Market for Ethical Products Grows by Nearly $20 Billion Despite Economic Downturn

THE NEXT ECONOMY - Consumers remain willing to pay a premium for ethical goods and services despite lingering economic troubles, according to a new study.

Beyond Behavior Change
Beyond Behavior Change

Behavior change is fast becoming the holy grail of the sustainability sectors.

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