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Daniel Suchenski
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What is your Interest?
Corporate Responsibility, Sustainable Development, Environment, Microfinance, Ecotourism
Represent:
Individual
Name of Company / Organization:
KCX Consulting
What is your current job title / department?
President of Management and Sustainability Consultancy
Seniority Level
C-Level
Department
Operations
What would you most like to get out of this network?
Networking
What knowledge, skills and experience do you have that you would be happy for people to contact you over?
Varied
Website
http://kcxconsulting.com/Index.html

Daniel Suchenski's Blog

Sustainability in Arizona?

Posted on August 8, 2008 at 2:07am 0 Comments

Would it surprise you to know that Arizona State University (ASU) in Phoenix Arizona is actively shaping the world of social responsibility and sustainability today? A university in the desert, ASU is faced, everyday, with sustainable challenges that, despite their daunting nature, do not prevent the capital city of Phoenix from being the fastest growing city in the US. Associated with this rapid development, ASU students and faculty helped design and implement, Tempe Town Lake. This two mile… Continue

Is clothing made from bamboo the answer?

Posted on August 8, 2008 at 2:05am 0 Comments

For centuries bamboo has been used for its strength and durability in architecture and art across East Asia. Only recently finding an audience in the western world, bamboo is being transformed into, among the most unlikely of eco-products, clothing. Why is bamboo clothing so remarkable? Bamboo cloth has been called a seamless cotton-and-silk blend. The fibers made from bamboo are softer than cotton, has a natural sheen to the surface and still manages to feel similar to a silk or cashmere… Continue

Comment Wall (19 comments)

At 7:47am on August 8, 2008, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
Nice posting you put there about Arizona U. Keep it up! Pls join my circle of friends. Carpe diem!
At 9:39am on September 1, 2008, Olive Luena said…
The Article on bamboo for clothing is very facinating .Where I was born we grow altot of bamboo and tape wine from the shoots .The Technology for clothing out of Bamboo would surely help many.
At 9:11pm on September 2, 2008, Joel Balaquit said…
Thanks for the invite.
At 11:27pm on September 9, 2008, Dr. Vrajlal. K. Sapovadia said…
Thanks for invitation to join. Your varied interest are fantastic. We will exchange idea/experience on this platform. India is doing lot on environmental friendly production.
At 1:52am on September 10, 2008, P. Uday Shankar said…
Thanks for the invitation. Lets have a great time on this platform.
At 8:03am on September 10, 2008, John Hardy said…
Daniel:
Thanks for inviting me to join you. Ilook forward to checking in on your page and giving feedback. Feel free to contact me as you wish. John Hardy
At 10:37pm on September 10, 2008, Len Cordiner said…
Nice to connect up
At 11:07pm on September 10, 2008, margie said…
thanks for the invite! good work, you're doing...keep it up!
At 3:38am on September 11, 2008, Lennie said…
happy to join your 'world' here. thank you!
At 10:34pm on September 14, 2008, Ravi Pratap Shahi said…
Daniel

I would like to know more about this bamboo cloths. There is plenty of land available here with a will to work on it. Bamboo no doubt is fast growing plant and will be prefered if some end product can be made locally and sold.

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