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LEED - Green or a Game?

Dec 31, 2007
I've been doing a little early preparation for my New Year's resolution - to take the USGBC's LEED Accredited Professional test (passing not...
Posted In: green building, LEED

Iowa: Smart Energy Policy or Ethanol?

Dec 29, 2007
Janne K. Flisrand:...
Posted In: Election 2008, ethanol

Can CSR be taken at face value?

Dec 12, 2007
In response to: Corporations find 'responsibility' sells Marketplace,® Dec. 11, 2007 Heidi Siegelbaum's take: I have nothing a...

Google is to Spider-Man as ... ?

Dec 3, 2007
In response to: Google searching for renewable energy Marketplace,® Nov. 27, 2007 Dennis Markatos-Soriano's take In Spider-Man...

Las Vegas' new City Center: greenwashed or not?

Nov 27, 2007
In response to: The Greening of Las Vegas Weekend America,® Nov. 17, 2007 Jim Nicolow's take Holy crap! We're holding up Las Vegas as a...

Is there room for Wal-Mart on the green bandwagon?

Nov 16, 2007
In response to: Making waves of green All Wal-Mart has to do to have an impact on green products is place an order. Reporter Sarah Gardner caught ...

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We are always changing the way we work. But in the last decade improvements in technology and communications, combined with companies’ increased ability and inclination to outsource, have conspired to make radical changes to work in America. Throw the twin wrenches of the 2008 financial crisis and the resulting Great Recession, and the disruption has been dramatic: unemployment and underemployment have soared; worker productivity has reached all-time highs; the gap between rich and poor has widened to a point not seen since the Second World War.