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Keep Haralson Beautiful: Finding Common Ground in Landfill Debate

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Keep Haralson Beautiful, located in Tallapoosa, GA, recently shared its perspective on a proposed landfill in its community. The potential landfill has been the topic of controversy among local residents. In fact, hundreds of people recently attended a Board of Commissioners’ meeting to lobby against the project, according to this Times-Georgian article.

Your Used Mask Needs to Make It to the Trash Can

They’re on beaches, in parking lots and on sidewalks. You probably won’t catch the coronavirus from a discarded mask, but the litter poses a risk to the environment.
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By Marie Fazio

As more people wear masks to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, more personal protective equipment, or P.P.E., has been found as litter around the world.

'Community Restoration Cleanup Series' Launched, Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful Boat & Truck Outfitted through $6,000 Keep America Beautiful Grant

Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful launches ‘Community Restoration River Cleanup Series’ held within the Tennessee River watershed to mitigate litter following flooding.
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This week, Keep the Tennessee River Beautiful (KTNRB) will launch the ‘Community Restoration River Cleanup Series’ held within the Tennessee River watershed to mitigate litter following this past spring’s flooding.

Mosaic's 2025 Targets - Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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In this video series, we’re sharing more about the intent of Mosaic’s 2025 sustainability targets and how we’ll get there. Acting Responsibly is a strategic priority for our employees and our company. This critical work helps Mosaic to maximize our positive impact on society.

This week, hear from Director of Regulatory Affairs Jessica Theriault and EHS Manager Leonardo Bissacot as they talk about one of our environment targets: Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 20% per tonne of product by 2025.

Announcing Wave VIII of the Porter Novelli COVID-19 Tracker: Responsible Business in Continued Crisis

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Today, the United States finds itself in uncharted territory. While many states are in various stages of reopening, the virus surges to new heights across the south and west. This, combined with continued social unrest and economic uncertainty, places business in an increasingly precarious situation.

Tetra Tech Partners With the City of Boulder on Biogas Use Enhancement Project

Installing our proprietary BioCNG™ system to help convert biogas to renewable natural gas
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Tetra Tech is partnering with the City of Boulder, Colorado, on their innovative Biogas Use Enhancement Project, a biogas-to-renewable natural gas (RNG) conditioning system under construction at the city’s Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF). Biogas produced from wastewater digesters will be converted into RNG for vehicle fuel for delivery to community partners after injection into the Public Service Company of Colorado delivery systems. The delivery of RNG to the City of Boulder is scheduled for September 2020.

Mosaic's 2025 Targets - Freshwater & GHG Emissions With Natali Archibee

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Mosaic’s 2025 Targets – Video Series Kick-off

In this new video series, we’ll share more about the intent of Mosaic’s 2025 sustainability targets and how we’ll get there. Acting Responsibly is a strategic priority for our employees and our company. This critical work helps Mosaic to maximize our positive impact on society.

We’re starting with an overview of our environmental targets hosted by Sustainability Manager Natali Archibee.

GroMoreGood: ScottsMiracle-Gro's Promise to Protect Pollinators

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A big part of how we GroMoreGood at ScottsMiracle-Gro is caring for our planet’s littlest creatures––bees, butterflies and other pollinators. 

Ecocentricity Blog: Tabletop Forestry

By: John A. Lanier
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By playing the game of Photosynthesis, you can see the full life cycle of trees from seedlings to eventual death and understand how an entire forest can arise from planting just a few trees.

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By playing the game of Photosynthesis, you can see the full life cycle of trees from seedlings to eventual death and understand how an entire forest can arise from planting just a few trees.

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