Climb the Green Ladder: Make Your Company and Career More Sustainable

Book Reviews

The Guardian, Jo Confino
“An excellent sustainability book is being published next week called Climb the Green Ladder. It’s there to give individuals the tools and motivation to do everything from transform their entire company to getting their colleagues recycling… Read more:  http://www.guardian.co.uk/sustainability/blog/3

SustainabilityForum.com – Florian Kaefer
Climb the Green Ladder provides a compact, easy to read, step by step guide of how you, as an employee, can make your company and career more sustainable. It does not bore or confuse you with scientific lingo. Instead it offers many real-life case studies and interviews with sustainability experts. Climb the Green Ladder is also the result of a large research project in which many sustainability experts were asked about their opinions. Inspiring and motivating in every single page: a perfect christmas present, indeed… Read more: http://www.sustainabilityforum.com/blog/how-make-your-company-more-sustainable

Mail on Sunday
JUST how worthy are our green friends? John Wiley & Sons, publisher, tells Gadfly about Climb The Green Ladder: Make Your Company & Career More Sustainable by Amy Fetzer and Shari Aaron. Apparently, the book claims ‘sustainability shouldn’t be seen as a tree-hugging gesture, but can be ruthless business sense… Read more

The Bookbag
“The proof of the pudding is in the eating, and (to try to maintain the metaphor) this isn’t a meal, it’s a recipe. Having read it, my mind is buzzing with ideas and contradictions…” Read more at: http://thebookbag.co.uk/reviews/index.php?title=Climb_the_Green_Ladder:_Make_Your_Company_and_Career_More_Sustainable_by_Amy_V_Fetzer_and_Shari_Aaron

Ethical Corporation Magazine, Dec 2009
‘A refreshing step-by-step guide on how to make a difference to the company where you work.’

Click Green write-up, Nov 2009
http://www.clickgreen.org.uk/product/directory/12905-the-story-of-climb-the-green-ladder.html

Climb the Green Ladder in the media

Good Planet Radio – Interview with Amy Fetzer & Shari Aaron
Want some top tips on how to green your company and get ahead in your career, and hear the story behind Climb the Green Ladder? Then check out this interview with Shari and Amy on Good Planet Radio, which was broadcast on Thurs 15 April.

Listen now: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/planetgood/2010/04/15/climbing-the-green-ladder

BusinessGreen.com Top Tips – How to find a green job
In this video, Amy offers her top tips on how to get a job in sustainability.

Passion for the Planet Radio
Read Amy’s guest blog – the Secrets to Successful Sustainability Initiatives.

Or listen to Amy discussing the benefits of sustainability – for your company and yourself. The interview will run everyday from Monday 15th February until 14th March. Tune in here: Passion for the Planet Radio.

Climbing Green Ladders
http://buildingctgreen.com/AuggieVGreenBlog/?p=1202

Gloucestershire Echo: Cut your emissions and be happy
In this article on page 14 of the Gloucestershire Echo’s first special green supplement, Amy offers some advice on how widen your smile and cut your emissions.

Amy Fetzer helps launch Glouchestershire ‘s 10:10 campaign
www.thisisgloucestershire.co.uk

The Secrets to Successful Sustainability Initiatives by Amy Fetzer
Bnet blogblogs.bnet.co.uk

Hartford Examiner: Interview with Shari Aaron
http://www.examiner.com/x-2901-NY-Business-Strategies-Examiner~y2009m12d13-Interview-with-Shari-Aaron-coauthor-of-Climbe-the-Green-Ladder#

On Green Careers With Lindsey Pollack
http://www.lindseypollak.com/archives/on-green-careers-an-interview-with-shari-aaron-co-author-of-climb-the-green-ladder

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