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Sustainability Sparking Business Innovation for 2011

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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Research shows that innovation will be essential for small businesses over the next decade as they try to thrive and survive by seizing new opportunities, improving their competitive position and providing more value to their customers.  Furthermore, according to Ernst & Young’s 2010 Business Risk Report, corporate social

Oversight Critical to SRM

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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Failure to foresee the financial risk and resulting challenges of the economic slowdown are believed by many to have been a contributing factor to many of the challenges businesses faced.  Executives and their companies were playing catch-up when they could have been focused on implementing a set of predefined mitigation strategies.

Sustainability – Ensuring the Health of Your Organization

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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When you think of sustainability in the workplace, do your thoughts immediately go to the ‘green’: recycling, energy efficiency, paperless office?  Or do you think of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)?  An often forgotten aspect of a sustainable business is a healthy organization.  Business sustainability and organizational health go hand-in-hand.  

Partnering to Build Your Brand

Cone EVP Craig Bida discusses a missed brand-building opportunity he recently experienced.
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Cone EVP Craig Bida discusses a missed brand-building opportunity he recently experienced.

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Cone EVP Craig Bida discusses a missed brand-building opportunity he recently experienced.

PCI-Media Impact Newsletter

Let's Take Care of Our Mother Earth
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Pachamamanchikta Waqaychasun (Let’s Take Care of Our Mother Earth) is the first radio drama created and produced entirely in Secclla, a small rural town in one of the poorest regions of Peru.

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Pachamamanchikta Waqaychasun (Let’s Take Care of Our Mother Earth) is the first radio drama created and produced entirely in Secclla, a small rural town in one of the poorest regions of Peru.

Have A Greener Life By Changing These 12 Bad Habits

Changing a few small habits could make a big environmental impact.
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Most of us want to do our part to help with environmental issues. But we all lead busy lives. We feel tired, get lazy and maybe let things slide a little. Well, if you’ve become lax about your environmental commitment, or if you’re one of the millions out there who just don’t think what you do makes a difference, take stock of your eco-habits and get back on track toward living a greener lifestyle. Read the tips below and rethink what can be accomplished with very little extra effort.

Break These 13 Bad Eco-Habits

Leonardo Academy Sustainability Sponsor for Green Energy & Building Expo

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Leonardo Academy is the Sustainability Sponsor for the February 19-20, 2010 Green Energy & Building Expo at the Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort in Uncasville, Connecticut. Leonardo Academy’s President Michael Arny will be presenting an educational seminar, “Implementing LEED in Your New and Existing Buildings” on Friday, February 19 from 2-3 PM. Leonardo Academy will also be an exhibitor (Booth #411).

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Leonardo Academy is the Sustainability Sponsor for the February 19-20, 2010 Green Energy & Building Expo at the Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort in Uncasville, Connecticut. Leonardo Academy’s President Michael Arny will be presenting an educational seminar, “Implementing LEED in Your New and Existing Buildings” on Friday, February 19 from 2-3 PM. Leonardo Academy will also be an exhibitor (Booth #411).

New Book for Kids featuring Lu and the Earth Bug Crew Keeps it Green and Keeps it Fun!

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The new children's book Lu and the Earth Bug Crew Zap the Energy Spikes is making its way into hearts, homes and retail stores across the nation.  Written by Derek Sabori and illustrated by Steven Riley and Mark Adams, the books about Lu and his friends are intended to reel kids into an active and healthy lifestyle that focuses on conservation, environmentalism, being a good friend and having fun doing it all!

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The new children's book Lu and the Earth Bug Crew Zap the Energy Spikes is making its way into hearts, homes and retail stores across the nation.  Written by Derek Sabori and illustrated by Steven Riley and Mark Adams, the books about Lu and his friends are intended to reel kids into an active and healthy lifestyle that focuses on conservation, environmentalism, being a good friend and having fun doing it all!

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