Posts Tagged ‘Oregon’

Going paperless, and winning

Please help me welcome back Wells Fargo Regional Communicator Tom Unger. A veteran of the company for more than 20 years, Tom manages internal and external communication for …

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Green Teams’ 2013 efforts preserve environment; help community groups and yield cost savings

Many of you are aware of Wells Fargo Green Teams, our volunteer-driven groups dedicated to helping Wells Fargo conserve resources, reduce waste and promote environmental awareness at work …

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City of Portland to use solar energy for power at public sites

Please join me in welcoming our newest guest blogger Wells Fargo Regional Communicator for Oregon and S.W. Washington Tom Unger. A 20-year veteran of the company, Tom manages …

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The CleanTech Challenge arrives at Portland State University

Wells Fargo believes in the power of innovation, and so do the students and faculty at Portland State University (PSU). With a shared passion for creating a healthier …

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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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Foresting for the future

Wells Fargo knows trees help make our planet greener and healthier—not just for us now but for generations to come. That’s why we’re putting down roots across the nation! In partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, a non-profit conservation and…

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Washed Ashore

What would you do with more than 7,000 pounds of plastic collected from nearby beaches? If you happened to be Angela Haseltine Pozzi, artist and executive director of the Artula Institute for Arts and Environmental Education, you’d use the opportunity…

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Where in the world is the Wells Fargo Green Team trophy?

In January, we told you about a cool new program (at least we think so!) that recognizes the incredible efforts of our many Wells Fargo Green Teams and also helps to engage local team members in our environmental efforts through…

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When can a sticker start a revolution?

Earlier this year, we created some stickers to help promote paper conservation and energy efficiency around the office. The stickers were intended to help educate team members “on the spot” about quick and simple ways they could help Wells Fargo…

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The Salmon River project

Today I’m pleased to introduce guest blogger, Marissa (Missy) Paulson, a recent graduate of David Douglas High School in Portland, Ore. Missy was a project lead with The Freshwater Trust organization, a group that Wells Fargo supports through our environmental…

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