Previously posted on Huffington Post by Jim Harris and Tyler Elm. It is surprising just how big the "sustainability" opportunity is. In just the energy efficiency (EE) field, McKinsey & Company estimate that $2 trillion can be invested in EE by...
BoomerWarrior will be featuring weekly columns published by Tyler Elm and Jim Harris on how sustainability as strategy cuts cost, raises revenue and mitigates risk for business. (previously posted in HuffPost on 09.18.2012) Ever since Rachel Carson's groundbreaking Silent Spring was published in 1962,...
The term ‘Hunger Wars’ appeared in an article written by Michael Klare    (Author of The Race for What’s Left) no doubt inspired by the wildly successful novel, The Hunger Games, which depicts a post-apocalyptic future in an impoverished North...
Editorial Comment: In this article, Mike Nickerson makes the point that of the three Rs,  Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, only the recycling has really been successful.  Reduce and Reuse run against the economic expansion template adopted by Western civilization...
Common Sense is a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine. It was first published anonymously on January 10, 1776, at the beginning of the American Revolution. The phrase "Common Sense Revolution" has been used as a political slogan to describe 'common sense conservative' platforms in...
(This article by Jim Harris appeared in Backbone Magazine on June 21, 2012) Jim Harris is a #1 international bestselling author who speaks at conferences and seminars on leadership, change and technology. You can follow him on twitter @JimHarris. Jim is out...
"Humankind is faced with an historic challenge. Collectively, we have grown to where we are stretching the limits of our planet, yet society's goal is more growth. Now that continued expansion is causing our biggest problems, we need a...
The Story of Change We at Boomerwarrior.org have  partnered with The Story of Stuff to help distribute The Story of Change which is a short movie about stepping out of our consumer mindset and into full power as citizens to...
I'm pleased to feature Jim Harris' Ideacity talk  during which he shares facts about sustainability that may come as a surprise. He points out that being green can be quite profitable and is good for both the bottom line and the environment. If...
Years from now we will be looking back at the failure of Rio+20 as The Great Abdication. This phrase was coined by from Paul Krugman’s (OP-ED columnist, NYT). He uses the phrase to describe the world economy and the dangers...