Posts Tagged ‘conservation’

Pedal power time

It’s my favorite time of year: Spring, when the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, bats are cracking, and biking to work is at its most delightful. Being May, it’s also Bike to Work Month—”an opportunity to celebrate the…

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Envision Charlotte, powered by Smart Energy Now®

I am excited to introduce you to a Vincent Davis, the Director of the Smart Energy Now® Community Partnership at Duke Energy. Wells Fargo has had the opportunity to work with Vincent’s team at Duke Energy through Envision Charlotte, a…

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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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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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The dark side of Black Friday

It’s rare that I recommend a TV show to our blog readers, but the truth is everyone should know where their trash goes. Over the Thanksgiving weekend, when Black Friday hit record sales numbers, I couldn’t help but think about…

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Saving energy and water

Since October marks Energy Awareness Month, we’re once again taking the opportunity to remind Wells Fargo Team Members of the many ways we can all help reduce our greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions by conserving electricity in our operations (and at…

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When koalas and carbon collide

I know that Mother Nature will keep on pushing us, relentlessly, until we listen. —Deborah Tabart OAM What do koalas and carbon have in common? They both love trees. Koalas love trees because they, especially the delicious (to them)…

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“Greening” up!

I recently read about two ideas that would—from an environmental perspective—take buildings into the 21st century, And I wanted to share them with you to see what you think! Skyscraper Farm First, image you live in an urban area where…

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