20 Feb '15, 10am

The 3 biggest takeaways from GreenBiz Forum 15

At what point does incrementalism and inaction become less appealing — and less cost-effective — for businesses than proactive, large-scale sustainability measures? After three packed days of conversation about how to move the field of sustainable business forward at GreenBiz Forum 15 , several central issues emerged as rallying points to affect change at a scale large enough to meet hugely daunting environmental risks. Advice on related topics came from both top officers of large organizations, like General Motors, HP and the World Wildlife Federation, as well as young spoken-word-artists. “This is a matter of survival, not for the fittest but for the fearless,” succinctly declared one poet with the Phoenix-based collective Convergent Arts during a performance on Thursday. A rundown of the big picture ideas imparted at this year's GreenBiz Forum. 1. Incrementalism doesn't...

Full article: http://www.greenbiz.com/article/GreenBiz-Forum-15-McDonal...

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