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O'right Makes the World Greener by Washing Your Hair

When it comes to shampoo, people expect a few things: clean hair, lovely fragrance and good lather. What most people probably do not expect is that their empty shampoo bottle may one day grow into a tree! 456 more words

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On todistettu, että lukijaa häiritsee sivun ulkoasu lukiessaan sivua. Lorem Ipsumin käytön tarkoitus on, että se omaa enemmän-tai-vähemmän normaalimpaa sanojen sijoitusta kuin ‘Sisältöä tähän, sisältöä tähän’. 47 more words

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How did Toyota save the Prius brand?

Recently Toyota Prius has been advertising on television with some amusing spots from Saatchi & Saatchi including one entitled “Rain’ in which an adolescent waits for the rain to wash the fourteen year old family Prius. 360 more words

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Green Collaboration between Business and Government

Product innovation and scientific development come primarily from the private sector, sustainable and non-sustainable. On October 30th, one of the most corrupt, bureaucratic international organizations in the world; The United Nations and its IPCC department came out with its World Climate Review. 487 more words

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Building Products Marketers Reap Benefits as Champions for Health

The connection between public health and the built environment  isn’t always obvious. However, when unseen toxic chemical, biological and physical agents exist in and around the built environments we live and work in, they can make us sick. 476 more words

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Protecting the Ocean, One Purchase at a Time

Healthy oceans depend on a lot of factors – one of the most important being you and me. Our choices as consumers have a profound influence on the future of the marine environment, and believe it or not, can affect the smallest algae to the largest whale. 466 more words

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The 411 on LEED in Green Building Product Marketing

Marketers seeking to have building products applied to the LEED® Rating System need to have a thorough understanding of the system, the credits that apply to their products and the certification process as a whole.  386 more words

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