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Green America in the News

Green America in the News (July 9, 2021) By Kristen Bahler By the end of the summer, I’ll go from living the charmed life of a 30-something who has never, not once, changed a diaper, to someone who’s very existence revolves around the activity. And like many soon-to-be moms with a stack…

Money Magazine
Green America in the News (June 5, 2021) If you’re currently thinking of buying a commercial landscaping franchise, there’s one thing you have to consider carefully: environmental impact. Not all landscaping practices are sustainable, even if the business as a whole promotes nature. The…

Chicago Evening Post
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The New York Times
Green America in the News (April 8, 2021) Green America in the News (April 8, 2021) Green America’s Green Business Network “currently certifies businesses across 38 different industry sectors, including apparel, banks and credit unions, cleaning products, housewares, travel, farming, and…

Nutraceuticals World
Green America in the News (April 5, 2021) It’s a very good thing that there are so many sustainability labels in the world, although it may feel confusing at first. These certifications are proof positive that lots of people care about how workers are treated and that they want products…

Tree Hugger
Green America in the News (March 18, 2021) By David Vetter Does your favorite chocolate cost the Earth, or is it as sweet on sustainability as it is to your tastebuds? This week, the Rotten Egg Awards ranked 31 chocolate companies around the world for their performance on sustainability…

Forbes
Green America in the News (March 15, 2021) It’s not a debate. If we don’t take drastic action, climate change will have dire consequences for all life on earth. Environmentalists agree that we need to completely do away with fossil fuels, a primary driver of climate change. But there’s less…

1A WAMU
Green America in the News (March 4, 2021) WASHINGTON, D.C. – Green America’s Green Business Network is launching an open comment period to collect informed feedback on a new certification standard for hemp-derived CBD (cannabidiol) products that are legally compliant. The survey can be…

CBD Today
Green America in the News (March 2, 2021) By DAVID LAZARUS BUSINESS COLUMNIST  MARCH 2, 2021 5 AM PT There’s a lot to fret over these days. Whether you’re entitled to a paper receipt when you buy something seems like a decidedly small matter, all things considered. But it can have…
paper receipts, Skip the Slip
Los Angeles Times
Green America in the News (February 23, 2021) Green America reports a surge of interest in people gardening for climate reasons. If it seems like more people are gardening than ever before, you're not wrong. Green America is a non-profit that promotes the creation of Climate Victory Gardens.…
Climate Victory Garden
Tree Hugger
Green America in the News (December 18, 2020) Climbing out of the potential well of starting a company-wide, individualized environmental/human health safety improvement project may seem daunting: doing the research to identify candidate projects, selecting and defining a target project,…
Safe Electronics
Electronic Engineering Times
Green America in the News (October 30, 2020) The Department of Labor made final on Friday a rule making it harder for socially-minded investments to be included in select retirement plans, a move that some commenters welcomed, preferring return-driven decisions. Others objected, calling the…
ESG investing
MarketWatch
Green America in the News (September 25, 2020) By Soyoung Ho, Thomson Reuters, September 25, 2020 Despite strong opposition from investor groups, a divided SEC on September 23, 2020, decided to finalize a rule that makes it more difficult for public company shareholders to bring proposals for…
shareholders
Reuters
Green America in the News (August 19, 2020) by Emma Loewe, mindybodygreen, August 19, 2020 Most of us are up to speed on the dangers of carbon dioxide, but we may not be as well-versed on another greenhouse gas that has the potential to trap hundreds of times more heat in the environment:…
refrigerants, Cool It, HFCs
mindbodygreen
Green America in the News (June 28, 2020) By London Gibson, The Indianapolis Star, June 28, 2020 In the midst of World War II, Americans came together to grow fruits and vegetables in their backyards, forming a network of victory gardens that at one point provided as much as 40% of the…
Climate Victory Garden, climate change
U.S. News & World Report
Green America in the News (June 3, 2020) Stopping climate change is hard enough, but racism only makes it harder. By Ayana Elizabeth Johnson, June 3, 2020 Here is an incomplete list of things I left unfinished last week because America’s boiling racism and militarization are deadly for…
climate change, racism, climate justice
The Washington Post
Green America in the News (May 20, 2020) The popular wartime solution for supplementing food rations was embraced by Eleanor Roosevelt, and now environmental experts say it's time to bring victory gardens back. By Dan Nosowitz, May 20, 2020 There's no roadmap for fighting climate change…
gardening, climate change, climate crisis, global warming, Climate Victory Garden
Better Homes & Gardens
Green America in the News (May 4, 2020) Shareholders Should be Heard, Not Muzzled The full article from ThinkAdvisor, April 13, 2020, is available at here.   Introduction: The Securities and Exchange Commission is attempting to bar many investors from pushing corporations to address…
sustainable investing, SRI, ESG, socially responsible investment advisor, ESG investing advisor, Catholic, shareholder activism
ThinkAdvisor
Green America in the News (April 9, 2020) Whether they’re hollow or filled with ganache, every Easter egg contains a complex, globalised trade network within it. The cocoa used to make the chocolate was most likely grown in West Africa – around 70% of the world’s supply is. Once grown, the…

The Guardian