Trillions magazine is a unique publication that focuses on what matters most and provides real-world and useful information for personal and business success in a time of rapid change and growing challenges. Trillions is published monthly by the North America Procurement Council (NAPC).

Management Mojo, by Tim Loncarich

September 19, 2016

Mastering one’s emotions is an important part of success in life and is perhaps the single most important aspect of conscious evolution and peak performance. Emotional intelligence is what helps us have successful relationships with others and one’s self.

Montana Residents Battle to Stop Toxic Coal-Ash Leakage

September 19, 2016

It took two lawsuits to make it stop. The first was a class-action case filed by 57 courageous Montana citizens living near the Colstrip coal-burning power plant and settled in 2008. The second was a bigger blast, with four major environmental organizations acting together to challenge the agreement between a Montana government agency and the plant operator that came out of that first lawsuit.

Misguided Branding & Executive Presence B.S., by Dr. Chance T. Eaton

September 18, 2016

I was recently presenting to an Executive team an educational and succession plan for “Executive Development”. After the presentation, an Executive informed me of just how important it was to build your brand when it comes to Executive development, suggesting that it would be a beneficial addition to the curriculum.

Q&A with Gunter Pauli of ZERI and The Blue Economy

September 18, 2016

ZERI, the Zero Emissions Research and Initiatives organization, is an international network of creative minds that is constantly looking for solutions to ever-increasing problems around the world. It specializes in challenges that other organizations would consider too hard, too complex or even impossible.

Colorado Trying to Stand Up to Fracking

September 18, 2016

Fracking has brought a temporary supply of lower-priced natural gas and oil and some decent paying jobs, but at an insanely high cost to the planet, human health and the future economy.

Quick Facts about the TPP

September 15, 2016

For those wanting to understanding precisely why the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement is such a bad deal for the people, here's a short primer.

Rock Against the TPP: Backstage Pass Introduction

September 13, 2016

Many have brought attention to why the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) should never be allowed to go into effect, but none so colorfully as the current­ly steamrolling, sound-deafening roar of the concert series known as “Rock Against the TPP”

The end of the world as we know it -- and what to do about it

September 12, 2016

Between overpopulation, pollution, environmental degradation, the machinations of the international war industry, global warming and climate change, the world as we know it is coming to an end. This doesn’t mean that our entire world is ending but that it is radically and rapidly changing.

Why the HABITAT III Conference On Sustainable Urban Development is So Important

September 7, 2016

From October 17-20, 2016, the HABITAT III United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development will be gathering in Quito, Ecuador. In doing so, it will be taking up one of the most important agenda items of the world after climate change. That topic is the rapid urbanization of human society and the need to do it differently.

IUCN World Conservation Congress Begins with Anticipation, Fear and Hope

September 5, 2016

The International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN)’s 10-day World Conservation Congress opened September 1 in Hawaii. Its goal is no less than help us all save the world from catastrophic climate shifts and environmental damage, most of which we are directly responsible for.

Canadian Auto Industry at Risk from the TPP

August 31, 2016

A new study from two Canadian commerce scholars says the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) will bring much bad news to Canada’s auto industry sector, if it finally goes into effect.

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