Stoud, Sara
April 2010
Sustainable Industries;Apr2010, Issue 86, p20
An interview with L. Hunter Lovins, co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute in Colorado, is presented. When asked about her activities, Lovins talks about the establishment of her Natural Capitalism Solutions nonprofit organization. She explains the differences between the strategies being used in big and small business enterprises. She also comments on the company New Resource as a green business.


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