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Best of GBB in 2020: Green Businesses Leading the Sustainable Business Movement

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Their labels are also made with 100% recycled paper and they have created a paint pouch that uses 80% less plastic than standard paint cans. Founded in 2001, Martinrea International is one of the leading Tier One automotive suppliers of vehicle parts, assemblies and modules. MARTINREA INTERNATIONAL.

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Learning how to garden a forest

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Most scientists increasingly lament the overcrowding found throughout Western forests and call for ecological thinning — the selective cutting of smaller trees and undergrowth — typically followed by intentional fires to reduce the fuel load and recycle nutrients. Between 2001 and 2019, the U.S. The implications extend nationwide.

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The Sierra Club's Top 20 Cool Schools

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Seattle University Score: 79.41 | Seattle, Washington After the pandemic altered Earth Day plans, Seattle U unveiled a virtual event complete with Earth Talks. The campus community diverted nearly 70 percent of all waste this past school year (up from 56 percent the previous year), thanks to student-driven recycling audits.

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Earth Day History: Transformation of a Celebration – Part 2

Green Business Bureau

Earth Day History and Transformation. The launch of Earth Day back in 1970 marked a turning point for environmentalism and planet activists worldwide. Since the first Earth Day, the global average temperature has increased, rising at a rate of 0.32°F 10 years later, Earth Day began to face some opposition.

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The Transformation of Earth Day: What Has Changed and What To Expect – Part 2

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How Earth Day Has Transformed Through Changing Trends. The launch of Earth Day back in 1970 marked a turning point for environmentalism and planet activists worldwide. Since the first Earth Day, the global average temperature has increased, rising at a rate of 0.32°F Earth Day in the U.S.

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