Ray Anderson

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The story is now legend; the "spear in the chest" epiphany Ray Anderson experienced when he first read Paul Hawken’s, "The Ecology of Commerce" seeking inspiration for a speech to an Interface task force on the company’s environmental vision.

His Georgia-based company, Interface, Inc., was recently ranked number one in The Sustainability Survey, a survey of global sustainability thought leaders conducted by GlobeScan. The once captain of industry has eschewed his luxury car for a Prius, built an off-the-grid home, authored a 1998 book describing his epiphany, "Mid-Course Correction," and has a new book, released on September 15, 2009, chronicling his journey, "Confessions of a Radical Industrialist". More details of Mr. Anderson's life are available on the InterfaceFlor, the company he founded in 1973 and now a billion-dollar corporation and  “Most Admired Companies in America”

Mr. Andnerson passed away in 2011.

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Confessions of a Radical Industrialist

Hear Ray Anderson, Founder and Chairman of Interface, Inc., discuss his next book, CONFESSIONS OF A RADICAL INDUSTRIALIST. As leader of an organization that has been on the path toward sustainability since 1994 with the goal of zero footprint by 2020, Ray credibly proves the business case for sustainability. (August 2009)

EarthSayer Ray Anderson

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