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    Through interactive leadership I have built several strengths, including mentorship, collaboration, and team building. These three strengths all work together in similar ways. As a mentor, I work with several staff within my organization as well as from other organizations and companies, to help them identify their career goals, near term and long term goals, strengths, weaknesses and opportunities. Interactive leadership is a way in which I can help others, but also learn and grow my own…

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    Alberta Energy Regulator: Merger Integration and Business Transformation. The business situation of this service is the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) needed to comply with the Alberta government’s new authorization that grouped under Regulatory Enhancement Projects (REP). REP is a collection of programs related to the entire energy management transition to a single "one-window" organization in Alberta. Which simply means Combining and transforming the regulatory functions of the Energy Resource…

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    recruit and retain highly skilled personnel. Environmental Sustainability for Publix Supermarket, Inc The Publix Supermarket chains environmental sustainability helps balance the needs of humanity in the midst of the living earth needs by meeting today’s demands, without compromising tomorrow’s essentials associated with the green routine that was established in 2001 to help the environment be more eco friendly (Publix, 2014). Furthermore, it is design to encourage environmentally responsible…

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    enhance the region’s environmental resources.” This statement is…

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    Ikea Sustainability

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    As the biggest company in the sector, IKEA is being closely monitored by the NGO’s working for environmental issues. It needs to make sure to avoid publicity scandals like the one related to exploitation of ancient forests in Russia by IKEA’s subsidiary Swedwood. Operating with ideas of sustainability is necessary in order to build a transparent picture…

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    Offshore Wind Project Case

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    Offshore wind energy is an innovative approach to addressing climate change and the global energy crisis. Although many projects have begun, there are currently no offshore operational projects in the United States. Through the case study of the failed Cape Wind project, we can better understand the importance of integrating aspects of land use planning, environmental impact assessments, and historical and human considerations when designing a project like an offshore wind plant. Furthermore,…

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    Swot Analysis Of Stadiums

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    the Chicago Bears for 44 years and is currently operated by SMG. Soldier Field meets its environmentally-conscious goals of providing a healthy and safe building for its occupants, through programs that promote lower operating costs, conservation of energy and water, and reduction in waste and harmful greenhouse gas emissions. 6. AAMI Park (aka Melbourne Rectangular Stadium): Located in Melbourne, Australia, the AAMI park is one of the first rectangular stadiums of its kind. Since being…

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    Pollution, acid rain, toxic waste, global warming, sustainability, recycling; these terms are thrown into society and people start to believe there may not be a solution to the endless usage of oil, buildup of landfills, and seepage of chemicals into rivers. While there will always be individuals who fight against the possibility of going green, it just takes one individual at a time to make a difference. From the simple solution of planting a garden suggested by Pollan to the extensive research…

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    means that the limits of a specific land’s capability to support people and their activities. LEED is one of the organizations that recognize the effects of climate change. They establish categories for new building construction and design to be more environmental friendly. They certified building and rate them silver, gold, and platinum. This shows that the building is using recycle materials and produce less carbon dioxide by selecting local materials. Moreover, it help to create a building…

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    Ecomagination Case Study

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    availability, new demand on natural resources, infrastructure and access to energy in emerging and rapidly growing economies. Ecomagination puts into practice GE’s belief that financial and environmental performance can be integrated to accelerate profitable growth for the company as well as serve the society. Eric Ortman, Supply Chain Executive with GE Oil & Gas noted, “Ecoimagination is pointed at increasing environmental responsibility in both products in the field and manufacturing…

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