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Count What Counts: A Counterintuitive Take on Radical Transparency

As I counsel clients around the world on the most innovative and cost-effective ways to make their companies more sustainable, I often recommend approaches that may, on the surface, seem counterintuitive to the best of intentions behind “radical transparency.” Interface has long been a strong supporter of transparency, first demonstrated … Read more »

Ray Anderson, Interface Chairman and Sustainability Leader, Dies at 77

Ray Anderson, the founder of Interface, Inc. and a widely recognized leader in sustainable business, died yesterday after a long battle with cancer. He was 77. Anderson was one of the most vocal proponents of environmentalism’s role in business. He founded Interface, a producer of free-lay carpet tiles, in 1973, … Read more »

More Happiness, Less Stuff

Within the environmental community, there is widespread acceptance of the Ehrlich equation that establishes the relationship among four factors: population (P), affluence (A), technology (T), and environmental impact (I).   The relationships are expressed in the famous Ehrlich impact equation:  I=PxAxT (published in The Population Bomb by Paul and Anne Ehrlich).   … Read more »

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