World’s First 3D-Printed Supercar - the Greenest Car Around

Green cars are more popular than ever, but the manufacturing process for even the greenest car is still pretty dirty.

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The State of Green Business, 2015

The State of Green Business report’s indicators measuring companies’ progress in greenhouse gas and emissions, air pollutants, water use and solid-waste production are all leveling off or even declining. Even bright spots of earlier years — cleantech patents, for example — aren’t what they used to be. And still. It’s a good time to be in the sustainability business.

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The Three Vs of Sustainability Communication

Sustainability is not a laundry list of check-the-box initiatives that apply across the board to businesses of all types and sizes. What does sustainability mean for your particular business?

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Employee Engagement: The Best Volunteer Programs Do This

It’s clear that social media is critical to creating and increasing employee engagement. What’s equally clear is that a company’s philanthropic work can play a starring role in its conversations with employees on social media.

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Corrugated Remains Most Recycled Packaging Material

Corrugated packaging has long been the hero of recycling efforts in the United States, and according to the U.S. EPA, the recovery of corrugated packaging far outstrips that of other packaging materials.

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How to Outsmart Waste

The key difference between upcycling and reusing waste is that with upcycling the original intention of the object changes.

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Why Engaging Employees on Sustainability Really Isn't About Money

Sustainability shouldn’t be ancillary to employee training, but an integral part of it.

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Scaling Business Sustainability: Why Be Timid?

While a few U.S. businesses are exhibiting real sustainability leadership, most companies are taking small, incremental steps to address urgent sustainability issues that stand to adversely affect their financial performance, our planet and the economy.

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