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Supply Chain Volatility Is Global Mega Trend: Relative Strength Of Sustainability Best Practices Grows Business Competitiveness

Supply chain disruption is now the new norm. This mega trend is creating a new and higher degree of risk and costs for businesses around the world. Here’s just a few examples: Beijing China now faces water shortages that are … Continue reading

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Growing Organic Certified Farmland: Best Practices Of Farmland LP Capturing Relative Strength Of Organic Foods And Oil!

U.S organic food sales now total $25 billion according to the Organic Trade Association’s 2010 Organic Industry Survey. This represents a 20% annual sales growth since 1990. But there are two challenges confronting organic food sales: One is the retail … Continue reading

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Relative Strength Of Escalating U.S. Import Prices Is Laying The Foundation Of A Sustainable Economy

The price of imported products are going up, a lot! The price of imports has now increased more than 2% in consecutive months for the first time since 2008. “Imported fuel, accounting for 80% of the April 2011 gain, shot … Continue reading

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Relative Strength Pushes Oil Prices Back Above $100 Per Barrel

Much news was made of the May 6 drop in oil prices and projection of falling gasoline prices. Like any globally traded commodity oil will see periods of price decline. It happened in the 1980′s and again in the 1990′s. … Continue reading

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Relative Strength: Regulatory Tax Risk Plus Higher Insurance Premiums Confronts The Economics Of Unsustainable Fuels And Technologies

“Ice loss in Antarctica increased by 75 percent in the last 10 years due to a speed-up in the flow of its glaciers and is now nearly as great as that observed in Greenland, according to a new, comprehensive study … Continue reading

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Relative Strength: Small Car Sales Boom Due To $4 Gasoline Prices Creating Sustainable Future For U.S. Economy

It might not feel this way when you are pumping $4 gasoline but the path to a sustainable U.S. economy is in full swing from our car buyers aggressively shifting from gas guzzlers into more efficient cars and trucks. The … Continue reading

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Relative Strength: 138 Million Electric Cars By 2017 And New Study On Green Building Material Use Validates Earth 2017 Projection For A $10 Trillion Sustainable Global Economy

Pike Research latest study estimates the global number of electric motorcycles and scooters will increase from an estimated 17 million in 2011 to 138 million by 2017. A new study by The Freedonia Group, Inc projects green building materials in … Continue reading

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