Posts Tagged ‘Washington’

Trash can trade-in

Never one to shy away from a good sustainability challenge, the Vancouver Green Team recently tackled the topic of office trash (or the lack thereof) at their center based near Portland, Oregon. The team started with a trash audit that…

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Economic and environmental savings: one small step at a time

Environmental Forum readers, hopefully you’re already familiar with Joanne Lasnier, who helps lead our San Francisco Green Team and is a regular guest blogger on issues ranging from wetland conservation to organics and plastics. Inspired by our Green Teams in…

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A busy April

April is here! That means it is a particularly busy time for Wells Fargo. Between National Volunteerism Week (April 16-20), Earth Day (April 22), Teach Children to Save Day (April 24), and Rebuilding Together Day (April 28), all of our…

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Congrats to the Wells Fargo Green Team Vancouver

In past posts, I’ve shared with you our work to recognize our many wonderful Wells Fargo Green Teams through recycled, shared art. Earlier this year, we commissioned our first piece from textile artist Suzanne Husky as a celebration of our…

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Behind the scenes of paper reduction

As you may have heard, we here at Wells Fargo are doing our best to encourage our customers to switch to paper-free products, like our Envelope-FreeSM ATMs and online banking options. What you might not have heard is that we’re…

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(Renewable) power to our communities

Just a quick post to let our readers know how proud we are to be partnering with Enterprise Cascadia! Together we are demonstrating how the clean energy economy is doing more than slowing climate change — it’s accelerating economic opportunity….

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Turning Earth Day into every day

Earth Day has come and gone for 2010, and we have only about 330 days until we celebrate again. Thankfully, I’ve learned plenty of new eco tips to tide me over for the year. Here are a few of the…

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