Is the tax system fair? Or more importantly, does it lead to or detract from, societal prosperity?
There has been, and always will be, a wealth gap between the rich and the poor. It’s the degree of this disparity that is the issue. The current global wealth chasm has reached a dangerous threshold. So has the income chasm. Within the last month, 3 reports on the unsustainable income / wealth chasms were released by organizations that do excellent research on the issue. They confirm that the gulf between rich and poor is wide and growing wider. It is now obscene enough that it is deemed newsworthy by mainstream media.
Here we are again, time to pronounce my Top Ten Sustainability Reports for 2015.
Every year I say that selecting my Top Ten is the hardest thing I do on the CSR Reporting Blog and every year I am right. I am always soooooo tempted to increase the number to more than 10. I have been picking Top Tens now for several years… 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
Bullfrog Power is an inspiring Canadian green energy success story. Since 2005 Bullfrog pioneers in providing easy solutions for large businesses like Walmart, Unilever, and RBC as well as individuals to power their homes and offices with 100% renewable energy. At their tenth anniversary I talk to CEO Ron Seftel on how the green energy landscape has evolved and how businesses may position themselves for the anticipated changes from our new climate-friendly federal and provincial governments.
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