Ohio's Regulatory Climate Change: Bonus Content


Listed below is bonus content from the November 26th Business Courier supplement. The Q&A below discusses sustainability/greening of corporate America.

Moderator: What are all of you seeing as far as the whole sustainability/greening of corporate America and how that’s impacting your work?

Michael Kerr: I teach graduate students a sustainability class at Antioch University Midwest. I tell my students, we have finite resources, and as such, embracing the concepts and practices of sustainability not only in the United States, but across the planet must happen. And there are ever increasing numbers of companies voluntarily stepping up to the plate and embracing a sustainable initiative. However, as Kevin said, there is still a need for some sort of regulatory framework as you indicated earlier that provides some level playing field, while voluntary programs such as Design for Environment, the concept of The Triple Bottom Line, and the very real efficiencies that can be realized by embracing concepts and practices associated with Natural Capitalism.

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