Karma and Sustainability: Promoting Sustainability Together

image: working togetherWhat is Karma?   Karma is a Sanskrit word that means "action." Karma has commonly been considered a punishment for past bad actions, but karma is neither judge nor jury. Rather, it is simply the universal law of cause and effect that says every thought, word and act carries energy into the world and affects our present reality.  

From sustainability viewpoint, how does karma apply?   Well, in this particular interest, it is acknowledging the generosity of other sustainable businesses.  Because sustainability concepts and definitions are still subject to interpretation and debate, the ‘active’ engagement and ongoing education / discussions cannot be overlooked.  For sustainability to be embraced as a mainstream approach, it's important for us in the field to share, collaborate, and co-inspire each other.  

With that in mind, we're delighted to share many of Taiga's recent posts and writings have been included in other top contributing websites and blogs.  These leaders are powerfully contributing to the sustainability space.  You're invited to read the posts, but also, to learn more about these organizations and what they are doing to make a difference in our world.  

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