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BlogNews (August 10, 2021) Recommendations for government, industry, and individuals to accelerate action at speed and scale   This summer, many of us see the devastating floods, fires, storms, and heat waves worldwide as a sign that climate change is here and getting worse…
climate change, climate crisis
BlogNews (August 5, 2021) We need to see bolder action on chemical management from Carter’s to end toxic textiles and create more sustainable apparel.
Carter's children's clothing
BlogNews (August 3, 2021) While most of the labor of building the computers, phones, and other devices that make our digital lives possible happens far from the headquarters of the name on the box, down an often long and opaque supply chain, industry leaders can have…
clean electronics
BlogNews (July 7, 2021) Break Free from Plastic Pollution Act aims to stop harmful impacts of plastics on communities and the environment.
plastic pollution
BlogNews (June 23, 2021) Mary Fehlig has built her reputation as corporate social responsibility (CSR) expert and is supporting women-owned business.
CSR advisory, CSR consulting, corporate social responsibility, women-owned, empowering women, women-owned businesses, women empowerment, csi
BlogNews (March 3, 2021) Amazon is rapidly expanding its apparel footprint. When the pandemic struck, Amazon was posed to respond well and even gain more market share. Over the last year, Amazon’s profits have skyrocketed. At the same time, traditional apparel brands have…
ethical fashion, amazon prime clothes, toxic textiles
BlogNews (February 8, 2021) Guest post from Casper Ohm of, an outlet intended to raise awareness of the alarming levels of water pollution in our planet’s oceans.   With 1 million extra tons of trash per week being thrown away by Americans around…
gift wrap ideas
BlogNews (January 21, 2021) With new national leadership, we welcome the opportunity to make real progress for people and planet.
Biden Administration, Build Back Better, Build Back Greener, COVID-19, executive action, action on the climate crisis, racial justice, income inequality
BlogNews (November 30, 2020) The numbers are in! Professionally managed assets in the U.S. using socially responsible investing (SRI) strategies continue to grow rapidly.
socially responsible investing
BlogNews (November 19, 2020) Last year, Green America launched a new tradition for Thanksgiving: crowning CEOs leading the way in bad business practices as Corporate Turkeys of the year. This year’s winners distinguished themselves through their failures in corporate…
corporate responsibility
BlogNews (November 9, 2020) Thank you to everyone who voted in last week’s election, and a big thanks to all who worked the polls or helped to get out the vote.  Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have won the election.  This is an historic moment for the country, since Kamala…
climate, racial justice
BlogNews (November 2, 2020) On Friday afternoon, October 30, 2020 the Department of Labor (DOL) pushed through a new rule to undermine the ability of 401(k) and pension plans to include environmentally and socially responsible investments.
401k, responsible investing, socially responsible investing, pension, corporate responsibility
BlogNews (November 1, 2020) When you shop small, you support local economies and families.
support small business, holiday shopping
BlogNews (October 13, 2020) Industrial agriculture and impacts from our food system reach far beyond the fence line causing species extinction all the way from tiny soil microbes to large mammals.
industrial agriculture
BlogNews (October 13, 2020) This is the fifth blog of a series describing the five methods that make up regenerative agriculture—perennial plants & diverse crops, zero/low tillage & mulching, cover cropping & crop rotation, composting, and managed grazing.…
regenerative agriculture
BlogNews (September 29, 2020) Every September during Climate Week, corporations rush to make commitments on climate change. But what do these companies really stand for?
climate week
BlogNews (September 21, 2020) Here are 10 organizations ensuring your vote is counted, encouraging voter registration, and stopping voter suppression.
voter registration
BlogNews (September 14, 2020) This year has been a tough one for teachers and the many students and parents navigating the education system during the pandemic. Josh Mcguire, a program manager at the school gardening nonprofit Big Green, is familiar with this on both a personal…
Climate Victory Garden, gardening
BlogNews (August 28, 2020) With COVID-19 millions of Americans will want to vote by mail. But the Trump Administration is removing USPS mailboxes and sorting machines which will make it difficult to process millions of ballots. Take action to ensure all citizens can vote.
BlogNews (August 18, 2020) Find out how to go green and buy sustainable clothes when you're shopping online. Here are five tips!
sustainable clothes