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2nd Annual Grammy Greening Summit: The Jekyll and Hyde of it

Can the Grammys go green? The Grammys are working on reducing their impact on the environment by implementing a series of steps to minimize energy, food and packaging waste, and to raise public awareness on the need for individuals, events, and corporations to make changes now for a healthier future. Natural Resource Defense Council‘s helping The [...]
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Allen Hershkowitz: Greening the Grammys: It All Adds Up

Lifestyle / Green Living : Huffington Post: Green Blog (3 years ago)

By itself, the Grammys telecast does not instigate major ecological impacts. But each and every procurement decision, and all operations, are reviewed with an eye towards reducing the event's ecological footprint. Read Post

TechNavio: Green Packaging Market to Jump Nearly 8% by 2019

Utilities / Energy : Environmental Management & Energy News (18 hours ago)

The global green packaging market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.84 percent from 2014-2019, says research firm TechNavio. Growth will come in large part from the growing demand from the food and beverage industry, the largest co... Read Post

From Green Glop to Black Gold

Lifestyle / Green Living : Huffington Post: Green Blog (14 hours ago)

By Don Willlmott Don Willmott is a New York-based journalist who writes about technology, travel, and the environment for a wide variety of publications and websites. Call it the pond scum sustainability solution. Green algae has a ... Read Post


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