Pamela Weymouth

Pamela Alma Weymouth writes for, Justmeans, and Huffington Post. Her essays have been featured in the anthologies, Best Women's Travel Writing 09 and Mamas Write. She believes that wars could be ended if someone instituted a time-out for the bullies in question. She's at work on a book Surviving Twinland: The First Seven Years. .

Posts by This Writer

4 years 1 month ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) — Most consumers pick their phone company based on which one offers the best reception and the coolest gadget for the lowest cost. But if you want a phone company that supports a 100% progressive mission and offers political transparency, then meet CredoMobile and Sparrowmobile.

Credo is an offshoot of Working Assets, which paved the path for businesses blending social mission with profit in 1985. Working Assets describes itself as “a social change organization that offers products, “from credit cards to home and mobile phone service...

4 years 8 months ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) -Environmentalism and social activism are sometimes considered to be all doom and gloom, but the first annual Best for The World conference refused to comply with such stereotypes. The mood of the groundbreaking company leaders who gathered at UC Berkeley’s campus two weeks ago was celebratory, irreverent, and defiant. 

These B corporations, awarded “Best For The World” status by B The Change, have done the unthinkable: they’ve found a way to reap profits while remaining aligned with their core values. In a capitalist...

5 years 6 months ago

(3BL Media/Justmeans) - When you think of Campbell’s Soup, you think of Andy Warhol’s iconic image, 1950s housewives, and your grandmother right? But do you think of the word “organic” and Campbell’s Soup in the same sentence? Probably not.

Denise Morrison, CEO and president of Campbell’s Soup, is vowing to change all that with their first line of organic soups. At $2.99-$3.29 per 17 oz. container, this pricing brings organic food within the budgetary reach of more Americans at a time when most organic foods are beyond the means...

5 years 12 months ago

(3BL Media Media/Justmeans) - What do Big Oil and whale oil have in common? According to Amory B. Lovins, Chairman and Chief Scientist of The Rocky Mountain Institute, Big Oil is soon to follow whale oil’s downward trajectory toward extinction. At this year’s ...