Paddling towards sustainability with the spirit of Aloha

September 13, 2017 by  
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Pono Shim, leader of nonprofit economic development organization PBR Hawaii and one of Hawaii’s most gifted storytellers and business influencers, talks about the importance of pulling together to achieve the goal of a sustainable society. Throughout the VERGE Hawaii conference where Shim spoke, there was a theme of all paddling forward in the same canoe. But if everyone jumps headfirst into the same canoe, he said, the boat will capsize. 

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Microsoft uses carbon fee for big Texas wind power purchase

November 4, 2013 by  
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It will buy all wind power from the Keechi Wind Project in Texas, which will feed into the same grid powering its San Antonio data center.

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Questioning Conventional Wisdom on PCW Recycled Paper

February 13, 2010 by  
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I’ve been thinking about postconsumer waste lately (apparently, I have too much time on my hands). What I was wondering was this: Postconsumer waste is only one of three waste streams for unused paper. There is also mill broke (scrap collected at the mill and recycled back into the same type of paper from whence it came); and there is pre-consumer waste (paper trimmings and other scrap collected at the printing and converting site and recycled back to the mill before reaching the hands of the consumer)

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