The Path to a Sustainable America - How the Intolerant Left & the Righteous Right Need to Work Together


by Cliff Feigenbaum, founder, GreenMoney Journal

As we all know, this year’s financial and political events are already moving quickly. I started 2016 by shifting my online news source from The New York Times to The Wall Street Journal, trying to learn about the world through a difference lens and gain a new perspective on business, politics and money. 

Politics are omnipresent this year, from the surprisingly intolerant Left (where free speech isn’t always free) to the ever-righteous Right (where liberal values are seldom welcome). 

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Fair Trade USA Announces New Winners of Cooperative Small Grants Program

Fair Trade Coffee Cooperative in Honduras Receives Funding to Invest in Sustainable Soil Regeneration and Water Initiatives
Press Release

OAKLAND, Calif., December 5, 2012 /3BL Media/ – Fair Trade USA, the leading third-party certifier of Fair Trade products in the United States, today announced the winner of its Cooperative Small Grants Program’s second round, which offers Fair Trade Certified™ cooperatives access to funding for specific capacity-building projects. The winner, COMSA from Honduras, plans to use the grant money to improve their environmental sustainability efforts and their organics program.

10 Tips to Eco Your Monday

Blog by Julie Urlaub, Founder and Managing Partner at Taiga Company
Have you noticed if you change the way you look at something, everything about it changes?  It becomes interesting again.  Your approach to it is refreshed and energized. Take for instance daily routines.  They are actions we take by habit, unconsciously going about our day.  Another approach would be to transform boring, daily routines with spark, sizzle, fun, and excitement!  How so?  Living green or approaching our routines with a different mindset can offer a thrilling adventure that does just that.


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