1. Do you represent a sustainable generation?

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    These days everyone is talking about sustainability: politicians, researchers, activists, business leaders, and journalists. More and more companies recognize that sustainability offers the potential to make their operations more robust and efficient. But while CEOs widely acknowledge the importance of sustainability, does the next generation of business leaders consider it...
  2. Why ‘Triple P’ is not sufficient

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    Over the years, many people devoted to sustainability have used the phrase “the triple bottom line” to articulate strategy. They don’t focus solely on economic bottom-line activities: profitability, financial performance, or even the capacity to make a living. Instead, they judge success according to social and environmental results as well: by...
  3. Mind over Matter – Towards a New Paradigm in Leadership of Business and Economics

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    One of the organizers of the Wings for RIO+20 conference is Sander Tideman. Sander is founder/managing partner of SEAL Institute and Global Leaders Academy in the Netherlands and a Senior Fellow of the Garrison Institute in New York. He works for several years as international consultant, social entrepreneur and speaker,...
  4. Our Teachers in Nature – About Sustainability

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    Looking at living systems over time, I came to understand that they all go through a cycle that’s very like our psychological maturation cycles. We start with a unity, we’re undifferentiated, we come into the world new. And then individuation happens. We have many experiences. We branch out in many...