[Originally published by Sustainable Brands in advance of New Metrics’14 Conference.] “Too much of what led up to the crisis in the old bubble days—the conspicuous consumption, the latter-day Gatsbyism—was fueled by a need to fill a huge emotional and... Read More
To give too much of a thing to someone, to defeat or overpower or to have a strong emotional effect on, are all ways in which the New Oxford Dictionary defines overwhelm. When we ‘give too much of a thing... Read More
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“The Institute of Medicine estimates that between 20 and 30 percent of annual healthcare spending is wasteful, redundant, or performed inefficiently. This includes excessive or duplicated fees for services and administration, failure to provide preventive medicine when appropriate, and accounting for... Read More
Ever feel like developing relevant and universally comprehensive sustainability metrics is akin to discovering a unified field theory for physicists? You’re not alone! While the greatest minds in human history have yet to develop a framework that unifies the four forces (interactions) of the... Read More
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