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Hi it’s Mark here from Smith’s School of English Osaka, Fukushima. I’m a big supporter of companies using the Triple Bottom Line philosophy. This philosophy requires all organisation to make 3 profits simultaneously.
Profit for Money Profit for People Profit for Planet.
Companies all around the world have come to understand they must not make Profit for money by hurting people and the planet.
This hotel in Japan is helping people by providing lovely rooms. It is alos helping the planet by reducing water usage and demand on city wastewater systems. And finally it is helping it’s own profit for money by reducing laundry costs by encouraging people to think a little before dropping towels into wash pile.
This is a great example of an organisation making 3 profits simultaneously. Smith’s School of English is a big supporter of Triple Bottom Line philosophy and supports Japan in her efforts to be an SDG world leader
Edward, the carpenter 🪚How can he fix anything around the house!? 🏡It's incredible!!!+++This is our closet under the stairs in our house. Now he is fixing the soft spots on the floors. Sadly when we walk around the house, the floors sink with our body weight. It's pretty scary. So Edward comes up with an idea! He buys wood, puts the wood pieces under those weak floors! +++Our house in Otsu, Japan was built more than 30 years ago. My parents built it and we moved in when I was an elementary school student. It is amazing that our house is well taken care of with such love and keeping the family warm and happy. #スミス英会話大津校#diy... See MoreSee Less