Archive for March 2012

What’s for lunch?

The “lunch and learn is a corporate tradition that we tend to honor well here at Wells Fargo. From cookies and guest speakers to brown bag idea sharing sessions, we often host “lunch and learns” to provide an opportunity to…

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ESG Notes, Vol. 10

Environmental Forum readers, here is the latest version of our ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) Notes compiled each week by Adam Berkowitz. If you have any questions or comments about Nelson Capital’s ESG notes, please leave them for Adam below or…

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Conserving water in your community

A while ago we shared a post with you on some of the unexpected ways water is used along with some tips to help you conserve. Today, in honor of International World Water Day, we wanted to share a few…

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Planting trees with the Arbor Day Foundation

I’m pleased to introduce our latest guest blogger, Sean Barry, director of media relations for the Arbor Day Foundation (ADF), who has the wonderful job of inspiring people to plant, nurture and celebrate trees. Sean is here to provide information…

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Hot off the presses: our 2011 Environmental Finance Report

We’ve blogged about our Environmental Finance Report before, and it’s time to once again! Right off the bat, we want to say that our customers are leading the way in creating a better, more sustainable future—and we proudly support them….

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Earth Hour 2012

Environmental Forum readers, we hope you’ll join us and hundreds of millions of people worldwide in Earth Hour 2012 in a united call to action on climate change. The message is illustrated very well in this following Earth Hour video:…

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A Redwoods and Climate Change Initiative

I’m pleased to introduce our latest guest blogger, who has more than seven years experience studying redwood forest ecology and a doctorate degree in the physiological influence of climate on coast redwood forest plants from the University of California. Emily…

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Supporting the community for 160 years

Wells Fargo has been around for a while … 160 years this March! In celebration of this special birthday, we’re volunteering to support our communities by scheduling projects ranging from childhood literacy to hunger relief all over the country. We’re…

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Wells Fargo Volunteer Leave: One “eco” experience

One of the benefits that Wells Fargo offers team members is the opportunity to apply for Volunteer Leave. This program provides a unique educational experience by allowing us to take time away from work to volunteer full-time for a nonprofit…

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Corporate political giving: Show me the money (or at least where it is going)

Editor’s Note: We here at the Wells Fargo Environmental Forum — believe that stakeholders want to know what’s behind the curtain on multiple fronts—environmental, political, social, and more. With that in mind, we offer Blaine’s take on the relevant issue of…

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