Archive | March, 2014

The Tightening Screws of Ukraine’s Energy Supply

As the crisis in Ukraine continues, Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated unequivocally that his sole interest is in coming to the aid of and protecting civilians. His plaintive claims are falling on slightly sceptical ears, however; it may be cynical, but in all likelihood the reality is a well-worn truth that has caused innumerable […]

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Patagonia’s Director of Philosophy to share the power of authentic storytelling with students of new Executive Master’s for Sustainability Leadership program at ASU

I have been in advertising for 30 years, and our agency has celebrated many successes turning creative campaigns into meaningful movements that matter. But the democratization of social media, the onset of the global recession, the growing distrust of authority, and the burgeoning Millennial class have prompted a rapid evolution in the ways newly empowered and […]

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