October 31, 2014

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PUMA Says No to Shoeboxes, Yes to Environment

The company takes a step in the right direction by shelving their clunky packaging.

U.S. Chamber and Siemens Corporation Announce Finalists for National Sustainability Awards

The finalists were selected based on their outstanding efforts to achieve complementary economic, environmental and social goals

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Ecotrust's mission is to inspire fresh thinking that creates economic opportunity, social equity and environmental well-being

Where is My Non-Car Owner Credit?!

Why shouldn’t more people receive a financial incentive for not owning a car when it impacts the triple bottom line? Here is why...

Why the Media Loves Earth Day -- and Why That's Not Enough

April 22, 2010 will mark the 40th anniversary of Earth Day. As the Earth Day Network says, "Forty years after the first Earth...

BG 167: I Vow to Feed All Hungers

We’re joined this week by one of the pioneers of the socially engaged Buddhist movement, Zen Master Bernie Glassman

Is Microsoft Going to Walk the Talk?

Microsoft was removed from the NASDAQ Global Sustainability Index (QCRD) on October 31, 2009

Europe Finds Clean Energy in Trash, but U.S. Lags Behind

Denmark now regards garbage as a clean alternative fuel rather than a problem but US has no new waste-to-energy plants in the plans.

LG to Spend $18B Cutting Carbon, Making Greener Products

The South Korean company's plan is expected to reduce emissions by 50 million metric tonnes annually by 2020, Reuters reported.

The New Business Model for Sustainable Food

Some real change is happening in Maine that may affect where your food comes from.




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