The twenty-first century has created a global community that integrates international markets into one economic ecosystem that sustains itself through international trade. Billions of people around the world depend on foreign countries to supply some of their nation’s most vital goods, and the majority of these travel by container.
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Planting a Sustainable Future
EcoPlanet Bamboo Group
In the late 1700s, new technology facilitated the faster production of manufactured goods and introduced patterns of production and consumption that would eventually govern the planet we live in today. For hundreds of years, industries have relied on the raw materials found in the world’s natural habitats. From toilet paper to shirts, many of our most used products come from one of the world’s most valuable resources: forests.
Higher Education, Brighter Economy
Northern Lights College (NLC) represents one of eleven colleges in British Columbia. It serves the northern third of the province, a vast and scenic region that is home to approximately 71,000 people. Anchored by its first established campus in Dawson Creek, NLC runs four additional campuses and three access centers across northern British Columbia.
Grains of Growth
Fulton County, OH
In the 1800s, when Fulton County’s early pioneers cultivated a lifestyle from fertile soil and open land, they built the foundation of a profound culture that would last a lifetime…
The Shift Toward Sustainable Shopping
Consumerism in North America has evolved from an ideology to a lifestyle – one in which the gross level of consumption and production has become one of the key measures of our success.
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