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Sustainability Training in Hawaii

The Natural Step Advisors Sarah Brooks and Mike Purcell recently delivered a series of public seminars and workshops to show businesses, local authorities and community organizations on the island of Hawaii how to use The Natural Step Framework for sustainability planning.

Listen to an interview with Sarah Brooks, Senior Sustainability Advisor with The Natural Step Canada about The Natural Step Framework.

The podcast was created by Andrea Dean, a green business coach and consultant based in Hawaii. To learn more about sustainability in Hawaii, visit Andrea Dean's website or subscribe to her podcast, Going Green with Andrea Dean.

An Alberta Toolkit Symphony

What do a symphony orchestra and two exciting new toolkits from The Natural Step Canada have in common?

Both require a collection of diverse talents, a tremendous amount of preliminary practice, and are meant to move their audiences so that they leave forever changed.

Over the past eight months, I have helped develop two new resources for Alberta organizations. To me, the Sustainability Primer and Planning for Sustainability: A Starter Guide represent an extraordinary collective achievement that has drawn on the expertise of TNS’ sustainability advisors, communications team, top management, administrative staff, as well as that of an external editorial committee.

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