July 12, 2020

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Method Brings Clean Manufacturing to Chicago

The eco-cleaning company may have picked the right time to return to its American roots. By Bill Bradley.

Is Organic Agriculture 'Affluent Narcissism?'

A Stanford study concluded organic fruits and vegetables were on average no more nutritious than their cheaper counterparts. Article/photo:Forbes.

Should Brands Better Communicate their Sustainability Performance?

Brand communication: Many corps will stay quiet until they've reached their sustainability destination. But should they? GuardianSustBiz.

eBay Releases Three-Year Sustainability Goals: Enabling Greener Commerce

Goal: We’ll be the leading global engine for greener commerce.....

Paris Air Show: Boeing, Airbus Debut Fuel-Efficient Jets

The 2013 Paris Air Show opened this week with a flurry of announcements from Boeing and Airbus about fuel-efficient planes. EL.

Cintas Eco-Apparel Diverts 17 Million Plastic Bottles from Landfill

Business services provider Cintas announced it diverted more than 17M plastic bottles from landfills through its EcoGeneration uniforms. EL.

Can Bottled Water Ever Be Sustainable?

True water sustainability is providing safe drinking water for the one billion without access, not about bottle design and CSR. GuardianSustBiz.

Consumers Believe, Brands Fail

On scaling sustainability, Jo Confino recaps BBMG's SB'13 panel on working with consumers who believe brands can have positive impact.

New App Lets You Boycott Koch Brothers, Monsanto and More

The Buycott app is the work of Los Angeles-based freelance programmer, Ivan Pardo, and social entrepreneur, Darcy Burner. Forbes.

Palm Oil and The Death of "Sustainability"

Can destroying a tropical rainforest be sustainable? According to a decision by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, that action is "green." HuffPo.




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