Cities in the future will be more numerous, densely populated, and complex. How we manage them will be key to a sustainable future. Join Jo Flatt of Evergreen and host Marc de Sosua Shields as they discuss all Sustainable Cities!
I was reading Dan Brown’s Origins on a plane to Vietnam this past summer. It’s a fun read, especially if you like art and all...
MAKE IT MODERN
Every year, German horticultural associations turn the spotlight on specific plants and fungi that deserve our love and attention. Beyond identifying amazingly plants and fungi,...
The Sustainable Century Six Pack™ features six Sustainable Century blog posts read by Marc de Sousa Shields author of the Sustainable Century by Design...
Walmart announced last week it would require all suppliers to pay warehousing and shelf stocking fees. The new policy, the company says, brings consistency to supplier treatment as some vendors had been charged in the past, whereas others had not. Walmart claims the changes are aimed at working with suppliers to serve "shared customers" and achieve the low prices "they expect and deserve." The fees may be yet another way take squeeze more out of suppliers who will be tempted to further externalize costs labor, communities and the environment many of which make stuff the world hardly needs let alone deserves high prices on.
In this episode of The Sustainable Century podcast, host Marc de Sousa Shields continues his conversation with Coro Strandberg about how companies and stakeholders can create shared value on seemingly intractable social, economic and environmental challenges.