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Greenies Have More Fun

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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They say blonds have more fun, but as a green living consultant, I'd have to argue, greenies do!  Greenies?  What's a greenie?  Greenies are those living a sustainable lifestyle or living green.  As described in our sustainability consulting practice, living green or sustainable living is a primary focus on eco awareness with actions towards reducing ones carbon footprint, managing waste, and embracing sustainability concepts in decision making.  You may ask: So

Good-B's Monika Mitchell Interviews Business Leader & Rabbi Alan Lurie

A Leader for Our Time: Alan Lurie
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In the often savage center of capitalism that is New York commercial real estate, it is refreshing to find someone like Alan Lurie. Rabbi and real estate executive, Lurie brings a special brand of integrity to the world of business. Good-B's Monika Mitchell hosts an extraordinary conversation with HuffPo blogger and the author of "5 Minutes on Mondays." God, mammon, money and meaning are the themes of this spiritually enlightening discussion.

How Can Sustainability Save Money for Small Businesses?

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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We've all heard about "going green" and the corporate sustainability plans that many larger organizations are undertaking.  However, one of the biggest misconceptions around this topic is that sustainable business strategies are exclusive to larger organizations.  Nothing could be farther from the truth.  

You have the Power to Choose Green

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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We are all faced with an endless number of choices every day that can lead us in one direction or another.  Standing at a decision intersection, some may choose to turn right while others may choose to turn left.  The outcome of a left versus right turn is not the concern.  Our sustainability consulting simply asks the question: was sustainability part of your decision making process? 

How to Jump over the Hurdle of Living Green

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
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Within our sustainability consulting, we hear a number of opposing comments to sustainable living.  Some of the most frequent comments we hear from clients and peers are:

Why Monetary Circulation Is Critical to Business Sustainability

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Have you ever observed a once thriving business, product line, or even an innovative idea suddenly begins to fail and eventually disappear?  Maybe it was a place of business you have been going to for years, and it is now closing down.  Why might this have happened?  The answer may lie in a second question: Was sustainability an engrained part of this company’s strategies and operations? 

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