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In 1990 he founded Green MarketAlert, a newsletter tracking green business strategies that he wrote, edited, and published until 1994. He then became North American editor for Tomorrow Magazine, which tracked issues relating to global corporations and sustainable development. He also served as contributing editor to Yes! The Journal of Positive Futures and as senior columnist for Green@Work Magazine.
Frankel’s 1998 book In Earth’s Company: Business, Environment, and the Challenge of Sustainability (New Society) has been called “the best book I have seen about the business aspects of sustainable development” (David Buzzelli, co-chair, President’s Council on Sustainable Development).Frankel is a graduate of Princeton University and Columbia Law School.
Ph.D. (Ek.Dr.) Lund University, Sweden, MBA, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, M.A. (International Relations) Johns Hopkins/SAIS; B.S. (Industrial Engineering) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Dr. Ralph Meima serves as program director of the Resilient Design Institute in Brattleboro, Vermont, launched in 2012 to advance practical solutions to help communities, businesses, and individuals adapt and thrive amid accelerating economic, ecological, and climatological change. He also leads Meima Associates, a consultancy specializing in management, communication, and trade in energy and cleantech businesses. Dr. Meima was the founding director of the Marlboro MBA in Managing for Sustainability from 2006 to 2012. He was previously Assistant Professor of Management at the School for International Training. He has authored books and articles on environmental management, CSR, and business sustainability, and in speculative fiction. He is a member of the Brattleboro Town Energy Committee, an advisor to Brattleboro Thermal Utility, and a member of Vermont Energy Action Network.