50 Shades of Green: Responsible Investing

As consumers, we have significant power in creating sustainable change in the way we use our money. The most common way is by the choices we make during our regular purchases like food, household goods, vehicles and others. I would define these as direct expenditures. But, we also have an opportunity to encourage sustainable change […]

50 Shades of Green: The Power of Money

This feels like coming home! Until a few years ago, I lived in the ‘Warmland’—farming, vending at the Duncan Farmers’ Market, and writing a weekly column for The Citizen called “Food for Thought”. Not a very innovative title but it did describe very well what I intended it to be all about—my thoughts and observations […]