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The Power of Ethical Consumers

In the political process, some people believe that their vote doesn

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The Business of Being Sustainable

When you walk into a store or restaurant, how do you know where your money is going? Whether what you buy has a big environmental impact? If the employees serving you are well treated? Is the art on the walls … Continue reading

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‘Shop Your Values Week’ Gathers Steam!

Last week, around 20 creatives and sustainability experts gathered together to brainstorm what’s to be one of the most unique events of 2012

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5 Easy Ways to Go Green in New York

Being ethical and sustainable isn’t just for businesses, it’s for all people, the citizens of our city and our earth. Folks often ask what little things they can do help Green their lives. Our “5 Easy Ways” Blog series will … Continue reading

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Death By Bycatch

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To Notch or Not to Notch…

That is up to the Lobstermen. Luke of Luke

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Converting passion into progress

Passion without direction is a bit like having the AC on and the windows open… a waste of energy! We’ve got a team of 7 – all of us would-be changemakers. But how to make efficient use of our energies … Continue reading

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In search of sustainability…

Yesterday GaYoung and I hit up a few restaurants between 1st and 4th Avenue to ask them what ethi(k)al and sustainable practices they’re rockin’. Locally sourced sushi (see picture)? Not so much. New York State-grown coffee? Try again. But one … Continue reading

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Why ethikus?

I’ve spoken with literally hundreds of people in the last several months about sustainability – from parents to students (as I teach a course on corporate social responsibility at NYU) – and two thing continues to pop-up in these conversations: … Continue reading

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