Sustainability* is a complex topic at the top of everyone’s mind. Whether you’re a designer, retail associate, CEO, or board member, chances are you’re not sure where to start.
It’s a fact; the more you understand, the more you can do.
We exist to train, coach, guide, and highlight as many people - in as many roles as possible - in the art of understanding sustainability and the triple bottom line so that people can do business better.
This is the foundational knowledge you never received along your academic or professional pathway. Delivered in an interconnected, easy-to-follow manner by an instructor with 14 years of professional sustainability experience.
Sustainability is not simple, but it can be understood.
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“We are at a crossroads. The decisions we make now can secure a liveable future.” - IPCC Chair Hoesung Lee.
*Ah, Sustainability - Yes, this is a loaded word, and some might say it's run its course. However, we believe that when viewed through the lens of Our Common Future’s definition of sustainable development and the lenses of the climate crisis, social and environmental justice, human rights, and supply chain traceability, that the word gets the job done. So for now, we’re sticking with it 🙂.