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Park Forest Elementary on top for environmental efforts

No one does it better than Park Forest Elementary School. Recycling, that is. CDT employee mugshot Britney Milazzo on Wednesday, April 3, 2013. Christopher Weddle CDT photo And there’s proof. Principal Donnan Stoicovy and four former students, who are heading … Continue Reading

Centre Daily Times · Aug 21, 2016

4 Simple Ways To Go Green For Back To School

January may mark the first month of the Western calendar, but for many (including myself), the August and September months truly punctuate the New Year.  Students, parents of students, and anyone who was ever either or both of these can … Continue Reading

mindbodygreen · Aug 20, 2016

Guitar string recycling event

The free event allows people to bring in their old strings for recycling “and get their electric or acoustic guitars restrung for free,” according to a press release.

Record Journal · Aug 19, 2016

Rock ‘n’ roll meets recycling

Among musicians, D’Addario is a household name as it has been manufacturing instrument strings for over three centuries. Its factory in Long Island, USA, operates ‘around the clock’ to create 700 000 strings per day. Now the company has launched … Continue Reading

Recycling International Online · Aug 19, 2016

GSK, IDE and GE lead Fortune’s ‘Change the World’ list

Fortune Magazine has for the second year published its ‘Change the World’ ranking of 50 companies tackling major world problems. Top of the list is pharma company GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), for its drug pricing strategy and local reinvestment programmes in the … Continue Reading · Aug 19, 2016

Making Environmentalism Accessible through Reality TV

As a genre, reality television has a bad rap. A so-called “guilty pleasure” in many circles, top of mind here are the dating shows, cabin fever-fueled competitions, and the observational fly-on-the-wall brand of reality that has turned regular people into … Continue Reading

Huffington Post · Aug 18, 2016

How to Get Cash for Last Year’s School Supplies

There are tons of coupons and deals available for Back to School Shopping, and plenty of other tips and tricks to save on school supplies, new clothing, laptops and more. But here’s something you may not have tried: trading in gently … Continue Reading

Be Frugal Blog · Aug 18, 2016

7 World-Changing Companies to Watch

TerraCycle (U.S.) This Trenton company runs recycling programs for major corporations, turning seemingly unrecyclable goods—Brita filters, cigarette butts, Sharpie pens—into finished products or salable plastics. The $18.8 million business operates in 20 countries and boasts clients like L’Oréal, Procter & … Continue Reading

Fortune Magazine · Aug 18, 2016

Be Wicked Cool! Fresh with Tom’s of Maine

In my house it seems like back to school also means back to paying more attention to your personal hygiene. My 10-year old daughter actually asked me to “smell her breath” before heading off to school this morning. I about … Continue Reading

Mom In Training Blog · Aug 17, 2016

Effective frequency in sustainable messaging

In marketing communication, there is what is called the “Advertising Rule of 7.” An old adage of standard marketing, this is in reference to effective frequency, or the number of times it is thought necessary for a consumer to see … Continue Reading

TreeHugger · Aug 17, 2016