I’m trying to make sense of the recent decision by The New York Times to close down its Green blog section. That’s where environmental and energy news and analysis was collected in one very convenient department, carried on its Business and Finance News pages, in print and online. The official reason for this cut? “This change will allow us to direct more production resources to other online projects.
(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) January 19, 2011 - We have seen hundreds of environmental consulting firms pop up across the country. Some have survived and others have failed. What all seem to have in common is an inability to breakthrough the resistance that still exists in the marketplace. The reason is that the business community is uncertain of the meaning, involvement, and cost of a Green program.