NATURE’S FORTUNE TOUTED BY FORMER GOLDMAN DIRECTOR By Ellie Winninghoff

NATURE’S FORTUNE TOUTED BY FORMER GOLDMAN DIRECTOR By Ellie Winninghoff “We love nature, but we make it sound like a luxury.” That’s how Nature Conservancy president and CEO Mark Tercek, formerly a managing director at Goldman Sachs, opened his remarks earlier this month at a gathering at Town Hall in …

MUM Hosts Sustainability Symposium

Congratulations to Hazel Henderson on her lifetime achievement award from Maharishi University School of Management.  Thank you for your “lifetime of devotion to humanity.”  Ethical Markets Team “Deep Green Business” was the title of the highly successful symposium the business department hosted on July 6-7, to highlight the role of …

Cultivating Peace: Becoming a 21st Century Peace Ambassador

This profound guidebook reframes and expands the mission of building a global culture of peace. Going far beyond conventional techniques of conflict resolution, James O’Dea provides a holistic approach to peace work, covering its oft-ignored cultural, spiritual, and scientific dimensions while providing guidance suitable even for those who have never …

American Sustainable Business Council: March 2011 Newsletter

ASBC Newsletter: March 2011 Dear Friends, As businesspeople, we find the current situation in Wisconsin and around the country deeply troubling. The argument that budget deficits can or should be reduced by eliminating collective bargaining is misguided, unsustainable, and the wrong approach to solving deeper, more systemic economic issues. Nor …