Got your fix of green business news and ideas this week? If not, head over to Cleantechies for this week’s edition of the Green Business Blog Carnival, where editor Walter Wang put together a great collection of posts (and passes around margaritas!). Featured this week: green web hosts, entrepreneurial approaches to composting (yes, that’s mine), and video interviews from Sustainable Brands 2010.
I was particularly intrigued by two posts: Subhash Chandra Mathur’s analysis of the water-energy nexus (an overlooked topic), and Ryan Tracey’s in-depth post on the benefits derived from genuine integration of sustainability into a company’s strategic plan. Both are a bit longer, and perhaps a bit more academic in scope, but definitely provide lots of food for thought.
Next week, the Carnival will move to Green Marketing TV (to whom I owe thanks for publishing a guest post on Birkenstock’s green business practices). Check it out… and make sure to get your own relevant posts submitted through the form at Triplepundit. If you’re interested in hosting the Carnival, I’m the man to see… check out our schedule, and let me know when you’d like to feature the Carnival on your blog.
Interested in learning more about green business? Check out our listings of books from some of the biggest thinkers in this field, including Joel Makower, Jennifer Kaplan, and Paul Hawken.