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Ford and SHFT launch sustainability film series in New York Continue reading on Examiner.com Ford and SHFT launch sustainability film series in New York – National Baby Boomer Entertainment | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/article/ford-and-shft-lau

Ford Motor Company and sustainability lifestyle platform SHFT.com unveiled the first of 10 digital short documentary films profiling cutting-edge innovators in sustainable businesses at a promotional event last night at the 404 NYC space in Midtown New York. Ford executive chairman Bill … Continue Reading

Examiner.com · Apr 19, 2012

And So, Once Again, We Delay Our Big New Project

The challenges of a waste-recycling business. This is getting a little embarrassing. Twice now I have written about a new program that I think is going to allow us to dramatically expand our recycling efforts. Both times — when I … Continue Reading

New York Times Online, You're the Boss Blog · Apr 19, 2012

The Cause Marketing Masters Series Presents: Cause Marketing Lessons from the TerraCycle Experience

Since 2001, TerraCycle has risen from a dorm-room start-up selling worm poop-based plant food into a internationally-known growth business.   Its focus: providing consumer packaged goods companies and retailers with cause marketing programs and nonprofits with fundraising opportunities. TerraCycle has over … Continue Reading

Cause Marketing Forum · Apr 19, 2012

Has Earth Day marketing jumped the shark?

As recently as a few years ago, campaigns and initiatives tied to Earth Day were worth a large chunk of any company’s marketing budget. As more and more companies got into the game, however, consumers came to expect everyone to … Continue Reading

GreenBiz.com · Apr 19, 2012

April 22nd is earth day

The first Earth Day was April 22, 1970, celebrated across the country by people concerned with environmental issues. The date was chosen because April 22 is the first day of spring in the Northern hemisphere and the first day of … Continue Reading

Downsizing the Home blog · Apr 19, 2012

Longfellow Elementary youngsters cut waste

LONG BEACH – It’s the end of lunchtime at Longfellow Elementary School and students are lining up behind purple recycling bins to sort their trash. The bins are divided into six categories: energy bar wrappers, chip bags, plastic bags, city … Continue Reading

San Jose Mercury News Online · Apr 19, 2012

Longfellow Elementary youngsters cut waste

LONG BEACH – It’s the end of lunchtime at Longfellow Elementary School and students are lining up behind purple recycling bins to sort their trash. The bins are divided into six categories: energy bar wrappers, chip bags, plastic bags, city … Continue Reading

Contra Costa Times Online · Apr 19, 2012

Longfellow Elementary youngsters cut waste

LONG BEACH – It’s the end of lunchtime at Longfellow Elementary School and students are lining up behind purple recycling bins to sort their trash. The bins are divided into six categories: energy bar wrappers, chip bags, plastic bags, city … Continue Reading

Oakland Tribune Online · Apr 19, 2012

Longfellow Elementary youngsters cut waste

LONG BEACH – It’s the end of lunchtime at Longfellow Elementary School and students are lining up behind purple recycling bins to sort their trash. The bins are divided into six categories: energy bar wrappers, chip bags, plastic bags, city … Continue Reading

http://www.presstelegram.com/ci_20439075/longfellow-elementary-youngsters-cut-waste?IADID=Search-www.presstelegram.com-www.presstelegram.com · Apr 19, 2012

Longfellow Elementary youngsters cut waste

LONG BEACH – It’s the end of lunchtime at Longfellow Elementary School and students are lining up behind purple recycling bins to sort their trash. The bins are divided into six categories: energy bar wrappers, chip bags, plastic bags, city … Continue Reading

Daily Bulletin Online · Apr 19, 2012