Go Green, Get Lean

There is nothing light about cellulite. Recent government reports suggest that one in three American children born in 2000 will suffer from obesity, leading some observers to suggest that this might be the first generation where kids are dying at a younger age than their parents. Most of us assume that obesity is the end…

The High-Purpose Company (Part 1)

As we push further into the 21st century, the corporate world continues to evolve in front of us. Themes such as sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) gain traction as we witness first-hand how the business world is (or is not) embracing new ways of thinking. In her book, The High Purpose Company, Christine Arena defines this…

Book Review: The Clean Tech Revolution

Ethical investing, which encompasses environmentally friendly investing, is becoming increasingly popular. And, while the stock market is somewhat bullish, people are feeling more friendly towards investments that haven’t quite “made it” yet. But according to “The Clean Tech Revolution,” so-called environmentally friendly investments may be the wave of the future.

PBS’s “Hot Politics”

On Tuesday, April 24, I went to a screening of a PBS Frontline episode on global warming at Goldcrest Post Screening Room. The title of the show was “Hot Politics,” and the show examined why the US government has failed to take appropriate measures to combat the issue of global warming.

An Ad Agency for Thinking

Not yet a book, not quite a website, it is difficult to pin down the Artist as Citizen project into any particular media. It is equally difficult to pin down its creator, Richard Reiss. Off the bat, he asks me not to make this review about him. He also refuses to state his opinion. About…