Archive for September 2011

Hot off the presses

This is just a quick note to let you know that our 2010 Environmental Affairs Report (PDF) is now available! What’s the report all about? Well, it summarizes our efforts related to the “greening” of our products and services, communities,…

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Cities find value in sustainability

I’m pleased to introduce you to our guest blogger Tammy Zborel, senior associate of the Sustainability Program within the Center for Research and Innovation of the National League of Cities (NLC). Tammy is also the author of a useful action…

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Making an impact in communities across America

The next time you head outside to spend some time in your community, take a look around. You just might pass an elementary school that has some newly installed solar panels, discover a new recycling program at your local community…

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Adding more eco art to our budding collection

Because we have so many teams doing great work, this July we decided to add a second piece to our budding eco art collection! Our latest piece was again commissioned through WEAD (Women’s Environmental Artists Directory) and was designed by…

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September Poll of the Month: back to school

Environmental Forum readers, it’s poll time again! Last month we asked what type of water you drink: tap or bottled. Of our respondents, 90% drink “tap” and 10% drink “bottled.” From a budgetary standpoint, that’s fantastic. Tap water is much…

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