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On Oct. 1, Coca-Cola Enterprises hosted a virtual facility tour for its state of the art Bellevue, Wash., production center.
Cosmetics company makes energy efficiency improvements but has also come under fire for being a part of the Nestle empire.
Consumers may be carrying around a wallet full of BPA via cash register and credit card receipts.
Brown has gone green! UPS has become the first small package carrier to offer its customers the option of purchasing carbon offsets.
The European Commission is preparing a set of recommendations that will encourage business travels to cut back on trips and focus on teleconferencing and other ICT products.
Ships that exude slime from their hulls could cut fuel consumption by 20 percent and make it difficult for barnacles to attach.
Chanie Kirschner has a thing for plastic bins, and it turns out they can take some of the pain out of relocating your household.
Apple's new environmental website provides visitors with a full life cycle analysis of the company’s greenhouse gas emissions.
World's largest distributor of Coca-Cola is working to reduce its carbon footprint.
Disused cargo ships accumulate in the waters of Asia as global trade slows down.
Newsweek announces its Green Rankings, America's 500 largest corporations ranked according to their eco-friendliness.
It was a wild scene in Washington state as a herd of cattle bolts into a convenience store followed by two cowboys on horseback. The entire incident was caught on tape by the store surveillance camera.
Moving companies are offering plastic bins instead of cardboard boxes, paperless price quotes and trucks that run on biodiesel fuel.
Business guru blogs about the latest in green biz.