Sustainability consulting that supports your bottom line  

Don't take our word for it. Here's a selection of resources, chosen to provide the clearest insights into the benefits of sustainable business practices:

Green To Gold
A great book by Daniel Esty and Andrew Winston, describes how smart companies use environmental strategy to innovate, create value, and build competitive advantage.

Sustainability Advantage
Bob Willard is a leading expert on the business value of corporate sustainability strategies, who has presented to corporations, governments, academics, and NGOs. He applies business and leadership development principles to proactively avoid risks and capture opportunities associated with sustainability.

The Clean Tech Revolution
Authors Ron Pernick and Clint Wilder identify the major forces that have pushed clean technology from back-to-the-earth utopian dream to corporate boardrooms, Wall Street trading floors, and government offices.


The Greening of Walmart
Case study of why one of the world's largest retailers has embraced sustainablility, and the remarkable benefits to the company's bottom line.

Adobe's LEED Platinum office tower
How software giant Adobe Systems retrofitted their Palo Alto office complex to be environmentally friendly and saved millions of dollars at the same time.


Energy Star
The Energy Star web site offers practical information on how to make your home and business energy efficient.

Triple Pundit
Useful web site and blog about all things sustainable.

Blue is the New Green
The new wave of sustainability - Blue not Green - is strategic. It is a business response to a changing economic landscape (borrowed wealth and externalized social costs are unsustainable). It celebrates the power of brands to "ignite the power of emotion" to drive innovation.

Examiner Green Business Blog
Our own blog on green business practices, written by ClearPath president Stuart Fishman, can be found at

Color your brand green
A growing number of consumers take into consideration the social and environmental reputation of companies when deciding which products to buy. A green brand is essential.

Buildings are energy guzzlers
Buildings consume 40% of US energy, including 27% of electricity, 12% of water and 60% of non-industrial waste. You can cut your energy bills significantly if your buildings are planned with energy efficiency in mind.

Healthier and happier staff
Employees who work in buildings designed to meet sustainable standards are healthier and happier. This manifests itself in fewer sick days, better motivation, and higher quality work.

Sustainable business resources
Don't take our word for it. Check out our selection of green resources, chosen to provide the clearest insights into the benefits of sustainable business practices.