Why Sustainable Development and Corporate Social Responsibility?

Hello world!

I thought I would start this blog with a brief explanation about why I am at EOI, and why I am passionate about sustainable development and corporate social responsibility.

There is so much more that I could say than what is written in this short post (I hear it is best to keep these things short and to the point…); however, I believe this little introduction is a good way to “get my feet wet” in the world of blogging.

Folks, this is my first experience in the “blogosphere”, so bare with me.

As many of you already know, our world is running out of resources.
The world population is growing.
As countries are developing, the global energy demand is increasing.
Water resources are reaching critical levels.
We are warming our planet.

Just to name a few…

Understanding our environmental problems has become a bit of an obsession of mine in recent years. It has raised a lot of personal questions about how I want to live my daily life, and what I would like to do in the future.

It is bit overwhelming to think about, as these questions are not easy to answer – for anyone. However, my hope for this year is to really get below the surface of the ideas developed in this Master – Social Entrepreneurship, Human/Social/Economic Development, CSR, Sustainability… –  and to begin to understand where I fit in this giant, complex puzzle.

I am excited to have embarked on this journey here at EOI, and will continue to share some of my personal reflections, experiences, and any interesting tid-bits learned along the way.

Welcome to my blog!

(How’d I do on post #1? …)

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