Archive for January 2011

Finding the “more”

Most people want to be greener in theory, but change is hard. Why use public transit (PDF) instead of driving? How did tap water get such a bad rap? When did fluorescent light bulbs become good? And what’s so smart…

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Teaming up for renewable energy

We’re always proud to find great ways to collaborate with other companies to further the development of renewable energy. And now we’ve found another one! For details about our most recent effort that was announced today, please check out the…

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Urban Solutions: helping small business and the environment

Even during the best of times, owning a small neighborhood business is tough. You have to deal with the long hours and the competition, as well as adapt to the changing community you serve. In tough economic times, it just…

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Engaging team members through eco art

Update (01/10): Many thanks to Deborah Fleischman for covering our Wells Fargo Green Teams in a recent post to her Green Impact blog and also to the team at Green Biz for reposting! Last year, Wells Fargo had the opportunity…

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New feature: our greener products page!

We’ve just added a new page that shows our current greener banking products. Slide your pointer over each photo to see the name of the product, and learn about its environmental features. Then just click to go to the product…

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A collaboration to conserve land

Yesterday Wells Fargo made the following announcement about how we’re partnering with the Bobolink Foundation to preserve Cannon’s Point on St. Simon’s Island, and we wanted to share it with you here on the blog too! (FYI, it’s continued after…

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