Martha’s Vineyard: John Abrams of South Mountain Company and Steve Bernier of Cronig’s Markets join ThatMatters Live with Shane & Monika, a new weekly web chat show featuring “Entrepreneurs and Startups for Social Good” for an inspiring conversation on building a sustainable community.
How Green is Martha’s Vineyard? Let us count the ways! Join Two Island Mavericks who have been practicing social entrepreneurship for 30 years. John Abrams -Founder of South Mountain Company & Steve Bernier -Owner: Cronig’s Island Market. Tuesday, November 26. 3pm-4pm. Live on Web.
No longer is “green living” a term reserved for zealots munching on gorp or those outfitting their mountain homes in an environmentally conscious manner. Across New York City, developers have caught on to the sustainable building movement that has already begun to permeate through corporate office buildings and government spaces, and it is catching on in a big way.
Three Italian ministers have signed a decree which will ban Monsanto’s MON810 maize, one of the two genetically modified crops currently legally grown in Europe and sold commercially. To keep the “Made in Italy” name pure, 80% of the Italian public support the initiative.