OTTAWA – October 17, 2014 – Sixth Element Sustainable Management, a “boutique” consulting firm specializing in commercializing innovation, with particular focus on sustainable enterprises and green solutions, today announced that Managing Director Gerald Kutney gave lectures based on his recent book, Carbon Politics and the Failure of the Kyoto Protocol, at Carleton University in Ottawa. The lectures were part of the first-year engineering course “Technology, Society and the Environment.” “This is the generation, and their children, who must live with the consequences of climate change, and they must solve it, because our generation has failed to do so”, said Gerald Kutney, Managing Director of Sixth Element Sustainable Management; “I was impressed by the stimulating questions and their concerns about climate change.”
About Sixth Element Sustainable Management – Sixth Element Sustainable Management provides executive management services for investors, inventors, and entrepreneurs in start-ups and early-stage ventures. Our focus is start-ups and early-stage companies that do not have the senior management depth or experience. And our goal is to avoid the common pitfalls of start-ups, decrease risk, and increase the odds of project success. Besides business mentoring and coaching, other services include analysis of first project selection, strategic, business, and financial planning, review of documents and contracts, etc. We provide the necessary business skills and experience becoming a member of your team and offering executive management advice, guidance and leadership. Our services are also available by joining your board. Please visit our website www.6esm.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss our options and services.