On April 25 I was in Bentonville, Arkansas, just as the region was caught by the full force of Mother Nature’s wrath in the form, of deadly and destructive tornadoes, flooding and the most incredible display of lightning I have ever witnessed. I had never in my entire life experienced a storm quite so intense.
Recently, I sat on a panel (which I mentioned in a previous blog) in which it was suggested that what we need is new language to address our environmental concerns, since our present terminology no longer seems to be resonating with a large sector of the public (a phenomenon I like to refer to as
Last week I had the honor of attending the Fortune Brainstorm Green Conference in Laguana Niguel, Calif.. Having just returned from a memorable trip to Sao Paulo, I was a little overwhelmed (as was my American Express Card), but went anyway, wondering exactly what I might gain from attending this event. I soon realized, however,
Sao Paulo Sometimes, we experience miracles – and when we do, they should simply be enjoyed and embraced, rather than questioned. That was the message conveyed by Father Timothy R. Scully, a professor of political science and Kellogg Institute faculty fellow at the University of Notre Dame, during the course of an intimate mass to