This is not good. A lot of companies are talking about going green and their “green” movements. Looks like in reality, everything has gone the opposite direction. What has gone wrong?
More at Businesses Emit More Greenhouse Gases
Awesome article on Virtual Worlds and 3D online Worlds – they report that their are now 173.6m registered users of virtual places. The increasing awareness of environmental issues will also generate greater opportunities to collaborate online in an immersive environment – itsReal
Exert “As the users of these worlds mature, they will come to expect to interact with friends, brands, employers and coworkers in immersive 3D environments. And, even before they are old enough to purchase real goods through virtual worlds, they will have spent an enormous amount of real money on virtual goods.
The conference was not all about kid-focused worlds, however. Collaboration was a word heard over and over from panelists, speakers and in hallway conversations. With the rising costs of business travel and a desire for corporations to reduce their impact on the environment, the promise of collaboration within virtual worlds will entice more users. With a Digital Nomad workforce, successful companies will need to find new ways to motivate and coordinate their employees”
Virtual Hype Will Lead to Immersive Internet – Direct2Dell.
Singapore 2008 and in the past 4 days I have seen 3 Spots of Graffiti… so how, this is Singapore !
Ok the legal spotting is courtesy of Standard Chartered Bank, The 2 illegal spottings are courtesy of some brave people who have defied all sense and reason and armed with spray cans have given passers by something different to look at….
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Executive ECO:nomics Conference to Focus on the Fast-Growing World of Green Business
Arnold Schwarzenegger Added to the List of Confirmed Speakers
NEW YORK ( Oct. 9, 2007) — The Wall Street Journal today announced it will launch ECO:nomics-Creating Environmental Capital, a CEO-level conference that will focus on the strategic relationship between the environment and the bottom line. The conference will be held March 12-14 in Santa Barbara, Calif. at the Bacara Resort & Spa.
ECO:nomics will focus on the impact of environmental issues on the CEO, bring together key industry luminaries, political and thought leaders who are shaping environmental regulations, policies, and business strategies, uncover the most compelling new opportunities, and cut through the hype to deliver the bottom line on business and the environment.
The conference will be hosted by Wall Street Journal experts Alan Murray, executive editor of Wall Street Journal Online; Kimberley Strassel, editorial board member of The Wall Street Journal; and Jeffrey Ball, environment news editor of The Wall Street Journal. The journalists will interview the top thinkers, innovators and trend-setters in the fast-growing world of green business.
“In the last year, there has been a sea change in the way the environment is viewed in the C-suites of large corporations,” said Mr. Murray. “We created this conference to bring the Journal’s level of thinking and analysis to this issue, and help companies understand how to both maximize the economic opportunities created by this heightened environmental consciousness, and minimize any economic pain.”
Confirmed speakers to date include: Continue reading
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