October 16, 2019

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Happy, Shiny People: Apple’s Big Drive for Green Credibility

Apple has been a punching bag for environmentalists for years for its spotty record on environmental reporting

Nat Geo Plans 80% Operational Emissions Cut by 2011

WWF says that the efforts of its 22 partners will reduce emissions by 50 million tons by 2010, which is about the same...

Lipton Tea Factory Meets Zero-Landfill Goal

About 70 percent of the plant’s waste is recycled or reused, 22 percent is composted and the remaining eight percent is converted into...

Carbon-Intensive Facilities to Begin Collecting Emissions Data Jan. 1

Roughly 10,000 carbon-intensive facilities in the U.S. must begin collecting data Jan. 1 on the amount of greenhouse gas emissions they produce

Exclusive Interview: Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg on the Value of Viral Loops

While still a teenager Mark Zuckerberg coded and launched Facebook--a digital version of the traditional college facebook--in his Harvard dorm room in February...

30% of Firms See Sustainability, Green Products as Central Part of Operations

Survey respondents said they expect that green practices tied to core business strategies will reduce energy costs (75 percent)

How Can Business Regain the Public's Trust?

At the start of 2009, only 36 percent of the U.S. public trusted business to "do what is right"

FIJI: Fiji Water: Spin the Bottle

Selling long-distance water to green consumers may be a contradiction in terms

Turning Up the Heat on Executive Compensation

The government has had little success reining in the salaries of finance executives whose companies received federal funding




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