Previously, I interviewed Susan Hunt Stevens, the CEO of Practically Green, about how her company’s online game could change the world of sustainability. Hunt compares her online game of earning points similar to the LEED rating system (a green building accreditation system) or weight watchers. What fascinated me was how PG has successfully licensed the game to businesses to encourage sustainability within their organizations. Talk about “game on” at the work place especially for those competitive employees or departments.
Be sure to listen to Segment 1 of Susan’s initial interview regarding the goals of Practically Green. In addition, coming up on Green Talk is the last segment of Susan’s interview in which she provides advice about operating a start-up.
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