Kermit was wrong. It’s getting easy to be green….

As I said, I’ll be sharing stories from the front lines of being not only a business lawyer, but also of a serial entrepreneur, and coach and advisor of entrepreneurs.

My latest project is sending me into the forest of information about creating a sustainable business, working to minimize the carbon footprint of the operations and products made and sold.  In my quest, I’ve come across some great information on making an eco-friendly company and will be sharing that with you along the way.

Today, I found a good article about how to find and aggregate news and blog posts relating to green business practices, so I thought I would share it with you.  Let me know if you use this service and how it is working for you.

http://ecopreneurist.com/2009/04/29/how-to-find-and-manage-the-freshest-green-business-knowledge/

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