Bulk Barn Finally Ditches the Mandatory Plastic Bags

February 16, 2017 by  
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A little under a year ago, inspired by zero-waste gurus Bea Johnson and Lauren Singer, I tried to live zero waste for a week. I wrote about my experiences here — the good, the bad and the ugly. Before starting out on this weeklong experiment,…

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GreenBiz 101: Virtual reality meets sustainability

April 11, 2016 by  
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Technologies from the likes of Facebook, Google and Microsoft could change our world view for the good of the planet.

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Clean Coal: Oxymoron of the Century

March 10, 2014 by  
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Last week we published an article on Nuclear power, and boy did the sparks fly … Good. Our intentions are always to objectively present the information and start a conversation, even on a subject as touchy as nuclear power. Many …

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An Inside Look at Pay-As-You-Throw Programs

March 7, 2014 by  
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“There is no single thing that can be done – and I mean you can add up the next nine best ideas, whether it be single-stream on through whatever other ideas you have about recycling – you can add all …

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Couple Takes a Cross-Country Road Trip to Follow Your Trash

March 7, 2014 by  
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Is taking a cross-country road trip on your bucket list? How about a trip that stops at more than 100 landfills, recycling centers and other waste related places around the United States? That’s exactly the kind of trip that Philip …

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The American Meal: The Massive Waste it has Become.

March 7, 2014 by  
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We talk of sustainability, healthy, and green every day. We try our best to manage what we use, what we don’t, and what we throw away… everywhere but at the table at our favorite restaurant. Here we want to throw …

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Glenn Beck Bans Staffers from Buying Eco-Friendly Products

September 3, 2013 by  
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Glenn Beck is known for many things, but apparently recycling for the good of the earth will never be one of them. The outspoken politically conservative talk show host recently banished such items as biodegradable spoons and recyclable cardboard…

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Study: People Don’t Recycle Damaged Goods

September 3, 2013 by  
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The U.S. recycling rate has risen by less than 6 percent in the past decade. This sad but true stat leaves many greenies wondering what’s stopping American consumers from blue-binning it more often. A new study, published in the peer-reviewed …

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Some Welcome Good News for Building Energy Retrofits

December 15, 2011 by  
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Amidst the bleakest economy in memory, the construction industry in the US needs all the good news it can get. Fortunately, there have been a couple glimmers of hope in recent weeks.

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Good Food Awards Announce Year Two Finalists

November 17, 2011 by  
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While you may not have heard of the Good Food Awards, there is a good chance you’ve enjoyed food from some of their winners. The not-for-profit organization celebrates not only the kind of food we should be eating but the kind we want to eat.

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