`
Green Living Journal article page logo
click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\
This ad has been seen 501,424 times
resulting in 28,471 visits to our advertiser.

spectrum line
Money : International : Saturday, 18 January 2020 04:16 ST : a service of The Public Press
spectrum line
other editions:
River Valley
Upper Connecticut River Valley
Champlain
Champlain Basin
Columbia River
Portland, Oregon - Vancouver, Washington
spectrum line
Read our current paper issue here
current issue cover
Who We Are
Advertising Information
Who Reads Green Living?
home

spectrum line
many more articles about
click for more Building articlesclick for more Garden articles
click for more Health articlesclick for more Energy articles
click for more Food articlesclick for more Nature articles
click for more Education articlesclick for more Travel articles

Google
   Web   Green Living



click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\

spectrum line
Money can't buy
happiness, but neither
can poverty.
– Leo Rosten
spectrum line


click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\


click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\


click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\


click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\


new Money articles

October is Co-op Month!

by Erbin Crowell                         1000515 4483
Editor's Note: Co-op Corner is a new quarterly feature, exploring the world of cooperatives.

Co-ops Commit to Sustainability & Inclusion

by Erbin Crowell                         1000514 4043
Editor's Note: Co-op Corner is a new quarterly feature, exploring the world of cooperatives.

Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility Celebrates 25th Anniversary

by Stephen Morris                         1000512 6347
Why Here? Why Now? Why VBSR?

Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility, the state’s second largest trade organization for businesses, is now 25 years young. How did it happen, and why here?

Mike Burak says it all began with an article called “Taking Over Vermont” by Richard Pollak, published in the April, 1972 issue of Playboy. Pollak, tongue firmly in cheek wrote: “Suppose the nation’s alienated young decided to stage a takeover of Vermont. Not by staging a weekend rock festival at Rutland and then hanging around the Green Mountains like freaked-out trolls. Not by lacing the water supply with assorted chemical brain scramblers. Not even by trashing the 14-karat-gold-leaf dome off the Statehouse in Montpelier. Suppose they decided to do it by the book, within the system, the hard-hat-approved American way — by ballot.”

“I thought it was a great vision,” says Burak, a native of Winooski who left his home state to complete a law degree at Harvard and to cut his legal teeth with Manhattan-based law firms before returning home. “The hippies would take over Vermont. I was all for it!”

Mike Burak

Good Greed

by Ray C Anderson                         1000511 4837

(This article appeared originally in Green Money Journal, and is used by permission. This was not noted in the original print publication and we regret the error. For more information on Green Money Journal, visit greenmoneyjournal.com.)

Since you’re reading the Green Money Journal it’s likely that you’ve already made the mental shift to sustainability, and if that’s the case, welcome! I believe that shift happens one mind at a time, one company, one technology, one university curriculum, one industry, one community at a time. Furthermore, I have never met a “former environmentalist.” It’s true! Once you understand the truth and complexity of our environmental challenges, you are forever changed. My story demonstrates that. And fortunately for us and for our planet, that collective mental shift seems to be happening quickly, particularly in the important field of green building.


Co-ops Build a Better World

by Erbin Crowell                         1000500 7773

In the wake of a global recession that continues to devastate communities and livelihoods, people are hungry for alternatives to corporate greed and stock market speculation. As we look at challenges such as climate change, unemployment and growing disparities of wealth and ownership, many of us feel discouraged and unsure of how we can make business more accountable to our communities and our visions for more just, sustainable, and resilient economies.



click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\
This ad has been seen 596,610 times
more Money articles

Green MBA? No Longer a Contradiction

by Patrick Morris                         9124 31356

Green business isn't just the local farmers' market anymore.


Socially Responsible Vermont: Beyond the bottom line

by Stephen Morris                         1043 19766

VBSR wins allegiance with a message that business has a social responsibility


Green Activists Sought

by Stephen Morris                         1063 16450

I first heard about the Green Corps from a friend whose daughter was accepted into the program. An organization that will pay you to become an environmental activist?


Vacation Locally

by Linda Pinkham                         1000270 15136

Fuel prices have changed everything this summer, not the least of which might be our vacation plans.


My Saudi Arabian Breakfast

by Chad Heeter                         1059 13996

The next time we're at the grocer, do we now have to ask not only where and how this product was grown, but how far its manure was shipped?


A Better Safe Place: Green CDs

by Stephen Morris                         9101 13686

Purchasers of the Equal Exchange Certificate of Deposit will know that their investment will create a line of credit dedicated to Equal Exchange's use.


Social(k) - A New Option for Retirement Planning

by Rob Thomas                         9120 11560

we trust huge and often uncaring financial institutions to manage some of our most significant assets.


The Green Designation for Realtors

by Stephen Morris                         1000413 10378

Is the Green Designation for Realtors Hip or Hype?


The High Price of Materialism

by Marshall Glickman                         1012 9342

Even "the haves" suffer from materialism's excesses: from anxiety, tension, low self-esteem, and from being busy, busy


spectrum line

The Cooperative Fund of New England

by Erbin Crowell                         1000447 8891

Interview: George Siemon, CEO of Organic Valley

by Green Money Journal                         1000247 8650

Deep Thoughts on Greenwashing

by Stephen Morris                         1000290 8636

In This State: Puerto Vermonta

by Stephen Morris                         9135 8476

Slow Money to Fund Healthy Food System

by Tom Stearns                         1000322 8200

Resurrection on the 43rd Floor

by Patrick Morris                         9104 8184

Around the Green World

by Stephen Morris                         9098 7911

Debunking the myth of lower SRI performance

by Todd Walker                         1000487 7732

Snowsville, Not Yer Average General Store

by Stephen Morris                         1000213 7615

Is That You, Elvis?

by Stephen Morris                         9147 7457

The State of Co-ops

by Stephen Morris                         9184 7423

The Economics of Garlic

by Stephen Morris                         1000369 6973

New Society Publishers' Chris and Judith Plant

by John Ivanko and Lisa Kivirist                         1000218 6869

The Heron Dancers

by Stephen Morris                         1000253 6783

Carbon Copies: Are All Offset Programs Created Equal?

by Non-Toxic News                         1000019 6536

Is Your Property Fire Safe?

by Marla Benoist                         1000202 6422

Socially Responsible Vermont:

by Stephen Morris                         1044 6399

The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life

by Marshall Glickman                         1014 6301

Battered by Your Bank?

by Stephen Morris                         1000473 6253

Urban Salvage and High Tech Trash

by Katie Cordrey                         1000490 6066

Fun in the Slow Lane: Carless in Rural Maine

by Stephen Morris                         1024 5783

Funny Business -- This Green Biz

by Linda Pinkham                         1000201 5695

Land of the Free?

by Stephen Morris                         1000255 5609

Guns and Politics

by Stephen Morris                         1000033 5171

Working the Salt Mines at Inn Serendipity

by John Ivanko and Lisa Kivirist                         1000217 5131

Competing Currencies

by Congressman Ron Paul                         1000208 5102

Going by the Book

by Chris Morrow                         1000027 4905

The State of Co-ops

by Stephen Morris                         1000037 4830

click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\
click to visit this advertiser\

spectrum line
home        the top                WHO WE ARE        ADVERTISE        
spectrum line
International editors: Stephen Morris & Michael Potts
advertising : webads <at> greenlivingjournal.com

site designed by the Caspar Institute
this site generated with 100% recycled electrons!
send website feedback to the GLJwebster <at> CasparInstitute.org
last updated 20 January 2009 :: 9:04 :m: Yes We Can! Caspar (Pacific) time
all content and photos copyright © 2001-2017
by Stephen Morris & Michael Potts, Green Living Journal
except as noted


K 100 2GreenlinePV134.jpg501,42428,471251,161
B 478 bnrKlickitatCanyonCR103.jpg596,6104,977580,062
M 497 ClarySageCR171.jpg57,8551,800199,938
M 489 DiscoveryCenterCR164.jpg63,8391,142199,938
574 CGCCEmtechCR193.jpg10,509291199,938
575 DandelionCR193.jpg10,509226199,938
576 NCAPesticidesCR193.jpg10,509241199,938
453 ClackCtyCR154.jpg77,2311,474199,938
565 Free2BeeCR191.jpg23,602591199,938