471 readersCanopy is undertaking what it calls the “first comprehensive effort to identify North America’s greenest printers.” To that end, The Green Print Leadership Survey will be circulated to the top 50 printers in North America to identify those demonstrating the highest green standards and engagement on forest conservation. “Customers with sustainability goals, paper procurement policies and environmental
3933 readersTo celebrate the color of St. Patrick's Day, I've rounded up 17 amazing green logos for design inspiration.
1136 readersWest Linn Paper has increased its commitment to renewable energy by purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) from the Bonneville Environmental Foundation (BEF) for 2009 and 2010. The purchase offsets about three percent of the company’s annual electricity use for its Read more »
2376 readersSappi Fine Paper North America announced that its Somerset Mill in Skowhegan, Maine, has been certified by Center for Resource Solutions’ Green-e Marketplace program. The Somerset Mill secured this qualification through new investments in renewable energy generation. Sappi invested $49 million this past fall to upgrade the Somerset pulp mill’s recovery boiler and related equipment. Under the
909 readers Today Canopy announces the release of the first comprehensive effort to identify North America’s greenest printers. The Green Print Leadership Survey will be circulated to the top 50 printers in North America to identify those demonstrating the highest green standards and engagement on forest conservation. “Customers with sustainability
4756 readersCelebrate St. Patrick's Day with this collection of five awesome posters that use varying hues of the color green in their designs. Which do you like best?
1301 readersAppleton Coated has released “Sharing Green” customer profiles that reveal the environmental choices of U.S. businesses and organizations such as Burt’s Bees, Inc.; Ford Motor Company; and Roger Williams University. In addition to highlighting green practices in paper choices, the Read more »
1272 readersPacific Printing Industries (PPI) announced a new workshop in Seattle, Green Forest University’s “College of Paper & Print” on October 19, 2010 and sponsored by Konica Minolta and West Linn Paper Company. At the Seattle workshop, industry leaders Jason Grant, Read more »
4253 readersWhat brand of vegetables do you buy? Green Giant? Del Monte? Libby’s? It begs the question: Why do many people choose to buy brand-name vegetables at a greater cost than generic or store-brand vegetables? I can’t imagine that Green Giant green beans are somehow superior to generic green beans. I’m not a food source or canning
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