Sunday, June 13, 2010

Who's to Blame? Dare we say it . . . Us!

by R. Todd Johnson

Today's op-ed by Thomas Friedman sounded a similar note to my post yesterday.

Let's start by looking in the mirror.  I know it's not fun, but it is where we will find sustainable change.

*Todd is a partner at the law firm of Jones Day, where he founded their Silicon Valley Office and runs their Renewable Energy and Sustainability Practice. The views expressed in this column are solely Todd’s personal views, not the views of Jones Day or its clients, and the information provided as to his affiliation with Jones Day is solely for purposes of identification and may not and should not be construed to imply endorsement or even support by Jones Day of the views expressed herein. 

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