Lean Into Green with Hunter Lovins - Natural Capitalism Solutions
Hunter Lovins shares the good news that operating sustainably increases profitability. Hear about "Green Investments," becoming an "Impact Investor," and why Hunter wakes up smiling. You can too!
The Good News of Natural Capitalism Solutions
"Going green isn’t just woowoo, it’s good for business."
Businesses big and small are becoming more profitable by operating sustainably. Hunter Lovins wakes up smiling, and you will when you hear the new direction our world is moving in.
Green business practices are increasing at the same time young inventors are bringing sustainable development solutions we couldn’t have dreamt of in the past. Hear how the safest investment is “Green Investment,” and hear about becoming an “Impact Investor.” Discover an accredited online course where you can learn from the best thought leaders on green development from around the world.
Hunter Lovins is a Colorado Cow Girl, an author, a global Professor, and a researcher. She has been a promoter of sustainable development for over 30 years. Hunter is president of Natural Capitalism Solutions, a 501c3 non-profit in Longmont, Colorado, and she is the Chief Insurgent of the Madrone Project. Hunter Lovins teaches businesses and MBA students how sustainable business practices will make you more profitable!
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