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Steve Richerson: Electricfil – Profile in Sustainability

Steve Richerson: Electricfil – Profile in Sustainability

I heard about Electricfil while attending an E-3 conference in Prattville, Alabama. The conference was sponsored by ATN – The Alabama Technology Network and it focused on industries and businesses…

The Illusion of Sustainability

The Illusion of Sustainability

I’ve been an illusionist for a long time. One day while thinking about perception and misperception, it occurred to me that most people on planet Earth misunderstand or misperceive the…

Steve Richerson’s Profiles in Sustainability: Centiva

Steve Richerson’s Profiles in Sustainability: Centiva

The Green Register contributor Steve Richerson visits Centiva, a flooring company in Florence, Alabama, to discuss the company’s sustainability efforts. Check out Richerson’s video tour of Centiva’s “The Green Way.”…

Steps to Sustainability from Upper Management to the Bottom Line

Steps to Sustainability from Upper Management to the Bottom Line

Big companies like GE, IBM, Wal-Mart, and many smaller companies like Tenant, Centiva, and Stonyfield Yogurt have recently locked their GPS coordinates on to a really intriguing destination — market…

Environmentally Agnostic – A video Column by Steve Richerson

Environmentally Agnostic – A video Column by Steve Richerson

Our good friend and Green Register columnist Steve Richerson has produced a new video/column titled “Environmentally Agnostic.” In this video Steve provides a multitude of reasons why sustainability works and…

Sustainability is Good Business – 4 Benefits for Your Organization

Sustainability is Good Business – 4 Benefits for Your Organization

Going green to make green is red hot right now. Recently businesses all over the globe have gotten into the “going green” trend and it’s paying off big for many…

3 Market Trends That Will Affect Your Bottom Line

3 Market Trends That Will Affect Your Bottom Line

Global trends are like a river. Sometimes they are powerful, sometimes they are weak and sometimes they’re so mellow your business can glide along them like a leisurely, summer afternoon…