Archive for July 2012

A shout-out for the ladies!

Earlier this month, digital news website Mashable released an infographic report proving that women are the primary social networking users in the U.S.—56% in fact. The post demonstrates that women are more likely than men to use Twitter and Facebook,…

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More parks, less parking in Maryland

Faced with a parking space shortage and limited public transit options, the Wells Fargo Green Team based in Frederick, Md., decided to create a unique carpool campaign: The team worked with a local transit agency to promote car/van pooling options…

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Go mobile, go “green”

Today, Wells Fargo celebrates the 5th anniversary of its mobile banking service. To commemorate this milestone, we invited Brian Pearce, senior vice president and head of the retail mobile channel in Wells Fargo’s Digital Channels Group, to share how mobile…

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The Community Partnership in Sustainability Award

Environmental Forum readers, we’re thrilled to announce that Wells Fargo has earned the 2012 Community Partnership in Sustainability Award from the San Francisco Business Times at the 12th Annual Bay Area Corporate Philanthropy Summit and Awards, which took place today….

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Houston Asian American students "Go Green" through art

Dear Environmental Forum Readers: Environmentalism can be ignited in many ways: through hands-on learning, direct experience with nature, processing scientific data, and more. Today, I’m pleased to introduce you to Charlene Jung, Asian Segment Marketing Program manager here at Wells…

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Preserving our wetlands

Wholesale Marketing E-Business Consultant, guest blogger, and Green Team member Joanne Lasnier is back with another post! This time, she shares why wetlands are important and what you can do to help preserve this unique ecosystem. (—KVT) It’s a 10-minute…

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