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by Aman Singh Das | September 25, 2009


Today New York Times columnist Paul Krugman takes on the debate of whether going green is as expensive as the naysayers want us to believe. Will it really push the economy into instability if the private and public sector start setting aside a percentage of their operating profits toward attaining sustainability? Besides the obvious jobs these measures will generate, the benefits outweigh the fears. And after all, this debate is central to pretty much everything we do.

Read his complete editorial by clicking here. What do you think? Let's make this a dialogue, leave us a comment.


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