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School proves it’s easy being green

For the fourth year in a row, Willis Lane Elementary has earned a Green Ribbon School designation for recycling and reducing waste. Sponsored by Cyberways and Waterways, an Austin-based charity focused on empowering kids to positively impact their health, environment … Continue reading

Fort Worth Star-Telegram · Jan 20, 2016

A Beginner’s Guide to Composting (Awesome Infographic)

Composting organic waste is one of the best things you can do for the environment. According to the EPA, about 28 percent of the solid waste stream in the United States consists of food waste and yard trimmings. When these organic … Continue reading

MindBodyGreen · Jan 20, 2016

Carlstadt Teacher Launches School Wide Recycling Project

A fourth grade teacher at Carlstadt Public School is trying to promote recycling, help save the environment and fundraise for the school — all in one go. Maura Barrett proposed that the school join the TerraCycle trash collection program because she wanted … Continue reading

DailyVoice.com · Jan 19, 2016

Green Spirit Awards – Cheers to North Carolina brewery, winery and distillery

As a native North Carolinian, I’m proud to report on the explosive ‘spirit’ industry located in state made up of breweries, wineries and distilleries. The hardest part of writing this post was picking winners amongst hundreds of awesome businesses going … Continue reading

CleanEnergy Footprints · Jan 16, 2016

Westfield Y’s Early Learning Programs receive recognition from Terracycle Recycling Company

The Westfield Area Y announce that their preschool programs were recognized by the TerraCycle Recycling Company for all their efforts during the school year. Led by Mrs. Wolski, the Westfield Area Y Preschool, Kids Club and Kindergarten children and their … Continue reading

NJ.com · Jan 14, 2016

4 sustainable packaging drivers in 2016

In an increasingly sustainability driven world, packaging experts and consumer products companies alike are learning that a focus on “green” is quickly becoming a necessity in today’s product environment. On the heels of COP21, an exciting 2015 rife with new … Continue reading

Packaging Digest · Jan 14, 2016

4 New Year’s Resolutions for Sustainability Marketers

A new year means four more quarters to pitch, market and advertise your sustainable product or brand to eager consumers across the globe. The world is shifting toward environmental consciousness whether you believe it or not, and reaching consumers in … Continue reading

Sustainable Brands · Jan 14, 2016

Students in McNair Scholars Program prepare for their futures

University of Wisconsin-Stout students Ashley Spinler and De’Andre Jones are coming down the home stretch. They plan to graduate from the university and the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program in May of 2016. They will rank among the nearly 70,000 … Continue reading

Chippewa.com · Jan 11, 2016

Bioplastics and the Truth About Biodegradable Plastic

Nestled within the market for consumer plastics is an ever-growing industry for bioplastics — plastics made from plant biomass, such as corn. In an increasingly sustainability-driven world populated by more conscious consumers and green-minded individuals than ever before, this growing … Continue reading

The Huffington Post · Jan 11, 2016

How to Recycle One of the Most Common Kinds of Litter in the World

Cigarette butts are one of the most common kinds of litter, found everywhere from land to waterways. The tobacco and paper in them will break down, so those can be composted. But the filters contain a plastic, and that can … Continue reading

Syndication Source · Jan 8, 2016

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