Gil Friend is the president and CEO of Natural Logic Inc., an inaugural member of the Sustainability Hall of Fame and the author of The Truth About Green Business.
Gil Friend is the president and CEO of Natural Logic Inc., an inaugural member of the Sustainability Hall of Fame and the author of The Truth About Green Business. Follow him at natlogic.com/blog and twitter.com/gfriend.
What will headlines look like come December? One veteran looks into his crystal ball.
Hits, misses, and surprises from a veteran sustainability consultant.
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The persistent question of U.S. energy policy emerges once more as the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan and the turmoil in the Middle East unfold.
The fourth quarter presents important challenges and opportunities for business sustainability leaders, as it does for all executives and managers. It's often the time for planning, for budgeting...
Gil Friend ponders "what's next?" in 2007.
"An Inconvenient Truth" shakes people loose. The 2030 challenge offers what commentator Gil Friend calls sufficient goals -- and provides a doable plan for meeting them.
What's next from the European Union after WEEE and RoHS?
We're doing what we can, both as a company, and as active citizens, to prevent climate change. But the fact is, it's going to happen. What can we do to minimize the damage?
Are you aware of any resources/books that can help guide people-based companies (i.e. firms that don't produce products, own buildings, etc.) find ways to be more sustainable?