10 Apr '11, 6pm

Great, informative post: Beyond Incrementalism, 5 Steps to #Sustainability

Great, informative post: Beyond Incrementalism, 5 Steps to #Sustainability

Today’s guest post comes from Helen Clarkson, US head of Forum for the Future , a London-based nonprofit that works with business and government leaders to “create a green, fair and prosperous world.” Helen’s got an interesting background: She trained as an accountant because she wanted to work in the international aid industry. “It’s quite boring, but you learn so much about business,” she told me. She spent six years at Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors without Borders), doing stints in Pakistan, Sudan, Nigeria and the Congo, where she saw first-hand the intersection of economics, health and environment. She joining Forum for the Future in 2007, and opened its office in New York at the beginning of this year.

Full article: http://www.marcgunther.com/2011/04/10/helen-clarkson-beyo...

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