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The company’s commitment to the environment focuses on recycling and water management.
The company has developed a three-pronged approach toward implementing sustainable practices.
Chanie Kirschner reports from her home office (in fuzzy slippers, we're sure) on how to make work less painful.
Walmart's CEO Mike Duke announced the company's new aggressive greenhouse gas emissions goal during a webcast broadcast live on TreeHugger.com.
The Globe Guard Reusable Box easily turns inside out in seconds, making a used shipping box look brand new to encourage reuse.
Some shipping companies have embraced 'slow steaming' as a way to lower costs and reduce their carbon footprint.
InkCycle CEO Brad Roderick explains his company’s top down approach to a green office.
Communications Wireless Group works with business owners to recycle, refurbish and reuse old wireless devices while maintaining a zero-landfill policy.
Video: Adventurer and conservationist David de Rothschild sets sail on Plastiki, a boat made out of 12,000 plastic bottles, to raise awareness of the Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch.
Joel Makower and the editors of GreenBiz.com have released the State of Green Business 2010 report, which looks back at green business in 2009 and ahead to 2010.
The Environmental Defense Fund has launched the third year of its Climate Corps program, which is designed to help companies increase their overall energy efficiency.
TerraCycle collects waste products and upcycles them into new consumer goods. The latest venture is the Writing Instrument Brigade.
Starbucks encourages attendees of the U.S. Conference of Mayors to support stronger community recycling standards.
Business guru blogs about the latest in green biz.