4.09.2008

GOOD ENVIRONMENT MEANS GOOD BUSINESS

He might have lost the battle on congestion pricing, but Bloomy is still fighting the war for business practices that are good for profits and good for the planet. While he longer actively runs a for-profit business, he's still at the helm of an entity that will swell to 9 million in population by 2030, with all the attendant worries about education, infrastructure, and commerce. And this November, we'll be electing a man or woman who'll have policy influence over decisions that affect 300 million people and more. Easier said than done, but for the sake of the planet, doesn't that mean that greenies and capitalists and politicos have to work together, and not try to out-shout one another?
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