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– Certified Non-GE by A Greener World is a cost-effective way for producers to meet consumer expectations —

REDMOND, OR (MAY 9, 2016)–A Greener World (AGW)–the leading sustainable farm certifier–is launching a new label: Certified Non-GE by AGW. 568 more words

Green Living

EZ squeezes Save Cash, Help Go Green and are great for Parents

EZ Squeezees are a refillable and reusable food pouch with a large zippered side for easy, mess-free filling. Just fill with your kiddo¹s favorite puree (or applesauce), zip, let them eat and enjoy, then wash and reuse. 194 more words

Green Business

Stop All NEW Pipelines

Elected Officials are listening to you. And they are busy with big things, so we need a strong call to action before summer:  Reach out to ONE Massachusetts friend outside your zip code this week and get her/him to join you in action. 744 more words

Climate Action

Cascadia's BAS in Sustainable Practices can lead to great jobs!

Two of our current BAS in Sustainable Practices students recently secured paid summer positions on an AmeriCorps habitat restoration crew – yay!!

Here are some other great entry level opportunities available to individuals with a degree in sustainability. 96 more words

Integrated Education

Employment in Canadian Clean Tech and U.S. Clean Energy

On April 19, with Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna in attendance, Analytica Advisors held a press conference to release their 2016 Canadian Clean Technology Industry Report   492 more words

Did you know Ford recycles enough aluminum to build 30,000 F-150 bodies every month?

Did you know that the toughest, smartest, most capable and safest F-150 ever is also the greenest F-150 – thanks to advanced materials like high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy and EcoBoost® engine technology? 298 more words

Green Living News

New ULS Study Shows How Consumers Drive Sustainability, Packaging Trends

The ULS (Use Less Stuff) Report has published a comprehensive study on packaging efficiency. Besides providing contemporary results, the research examines trends in retail packaging since the publication of the original study in 1995 and the follow-up in 2006. 422 more words

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