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The Green Business League Is Looking For Green Entrepreneurs For The 2011 Year

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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) October 1, 2010 - The Next Big, Green Thing is here; but the leadership is quite honestly lacking.  As the Green industry readies for a massive leap forward, a helter-skelter group of Green wanna-bes are hoping to latch on to a market that everyone knows is reaching critical mass.

Going Green Is The Future For Every Businesses

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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) September 24, 2010 - The Green Business League is arguably the best and most reliable Green Business Certification in the country.  We have over 300 GBL Certified Green Consultants nationwide providing guidance to local businesses and promoting network participation. The Green Business League is known for certifying any company no matter what industry they are in, but now we have set up websites to target specific industries.

How does ISO Apply to Green Certification?

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While popular in Europe, the International Standards Organization (ISO) is lesser known in the United States.  One of the common questions encountered is how does ISO work and isn’t the ISO 14000 a Green certification.  ISO certainly is an impressive organization, and it may be best understood as having an emphasis one quality control and risk management.    An ISO review is designed to examine and test every part of the company’s process to assure that the company’s program is “transparent” and “reliable.”

How To Become A Green Consultant

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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) April 22, 2010 - This is an exciting time in history.  Regardless of the economy, the Green juggernaut is unstoppable and growing.  In fact, we are still in the earliest stage of the Green movement, and those who are Green trained are in increasing demand.  The reason is that everyone is now convinced of the value of environmental issues and willing to participate in Going Green.  The problem is that most people and businesses are suffering from both promotional overload and an informational scarcity.

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