19 December 2013
In 2013 to date, over 65,000 visitors viewed the Jera Sustainability Blog and its essays. I am humbled and amazed.
These two essays drew the most readers this year:
#1 – Double Take on the Triple Bottom Line — A pragmatic view of what Sustainability’s triple bottom line (people / profit / planet) means to smaller manufacturers:
#2 – Nate Silver, Forecasting and Climate Change — How Nate Silver, a very practical statistician, reads the debate on Climate Change:
Of course, there are almost 130 more essays on Sustainability accessible at:
As in previous years, I will take some time off for family celebrations and for reflection at year end. You can expect the next essay to post to this blog on Wednesday evening, 1 January 2014. My best wishes to you and yours for a joyous holiday season and for many beneficial outcomes in 2014.
… Chuck Harrington (Chuck@JeraSustainableDevelopment.com)
P.S: Contact me when your organization is serious about pursuing Sustainability … CH
This blog and associated website (www.JeraSustainableDevelopment.com) are intended as a resource for smaller manufacturers in the pursuit of Sustainability. While editorial focus is on smaller manufacturers, all interested readers are welcome. New blog posts are published on Wednesday evenings.