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I couldn't agree with you (or Laszlo) more on this topic. The business community is sitting on the most dynamic opportunity since the Internet and there is profit to be made. I recently ran across a site - www.greencollareconomy.com - that says its mission is to provide the tools and community necessary for businesses to become profitably sustainable. Nice idea...they have a huge B2B directory of sustainable businesses already.

With the American market and entrepreneurial spirit driving the change to a sustainable future (read greed), we might see some real changes more quickly than we thought we would.

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