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The New Spirit of Sustainable Business: Prosper by 'Doing Good' as Commerce Department Launches First of Five Natural Capital Business Round Tables

Nature provides several trillion dollars' worth of inputs and services vital to long-term business success – indeed, one study shows our global 'natural living infrastructure' produces $21-72 trillion in annual goods and services.  However, because clean water and air; fertile soil; buffers to floods, droughts, fires, and extreme weather are not traded or sold in the marketplace, their value has been largely unaccounted for in business decisions and market transactions. 

Reinvesting in America’s Supply Chain Innovation

Photo taken during a field trip to Itron, one of several companies we visited.It's springtime, and during this season of growth and renewal another important renaissance is underway: a remarkable resurgence in American manufacturing.  Powering this growth are the small- and medium-sized businesses that comprise the U.S. manufacturing supply chain. 

Chief Economist Sue Helper Celebrates Manufacturing Day at The Rodon Group

Hatfield, PA – Department of Commerce Chief Economist, Dr. Sue Helper and Acting Manufacturing Extension Partnership Director Phillip Singerman visited the Rodon Group in Hatfield, Pennsylvania, as part of the nationwide Manufacturing Day event on Friday, October 3rd. The Rodon Group is a plastic injection molding company that makes billions of parts each year.

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