Archive for September 2010

Transforming a community through food, part 2

By now I hope you’ve seen my earlier post about Growing Power and its CEO Will Allen. Several of our Wells Fargo Green Teams hosted Will at a special event on growing sustainable food sources and building communities through gardens….

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(Y)Our GHGs

When you think about sources of human-related greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), what are some of the first things that come to mind? Naturally, you’d say trucks, planes, and cars (Lions, and tigers, and bears! Oh my!) — and yes, those…

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Transforming a community through food, part 1

Earlier this year, several of our Wells Fargo Green Teams collaborated to host Will Allen, CEO of Growing Power, for a special event on growing sustainable food sources and building communities through gardens. Wells Fargo supports Growing Power through volunteer…

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Inside our GHG emissions

Ten years ago, if you asked a company for its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) report, you’d get a blank stare. Very few companies would know what you were talking about or why you would even ask. Times have changed. Now,…

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Sustainable banking

If you’re interested in sustainable banking, this two-part series from Fast Company’s expert blogger Marc Stoiber is a must read. The first part, Creating the Sustainable Bank, was published last Friday, and the second part, Are You Ready for a…

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September’s Poll of the Month: greener banking

What is a “greener” banking product? It’s relatively easy to identify low-emission vehicles, organic food and products made out of recycled materials. But how do you know if your financial products are truly resource efficient? That’s tricky, especially because there…

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