Posts Tagged ‘green’

i opened up this month’s issue of The Ecologist, a British environmetal magazine that i usually would not have thoroughly leafed through at all, had it not been for the ‘Fashion CHANGE!’ heading on the front cover.  the magazine’s spreads were highlighting London Fashion Week’s Estethica exhibition, which will make its sixth season appearance in […]

on collars


from a blue-collar economy to a white-collar economy to richard florida’s ‘no-collar economy’ to… a green-collar economy? ‘Provocative, personal, and inspirational, New York Times bestseller The Green Collar Economy by Van Jones is not a dire warning but rather a substantive and viable plan for solving the biggest issues facing the country–the failing economy and […]