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Can a Circular Economy Salvage the Climate?

A Panel Discussion at the Commonwealth Club
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Can a Circular Economy Salvage the Climate?  Panel discussion on May 7th in San Francisco with Ray C. Anderson Foundation, Biomimicry Institute and Cradle to Cradle. ClimateOne at the Commonwealth Club.

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Can a Circular Economy Salvage the Climate?  Panel discussion on May 7th in San Francisco with Ray C. Anderson Foundation, Biomimicry Institute and Cradle to Cradle. ClimateOne at the Commonwealth Club.

Action, Reaction and Market Transformation in the Apparel Industry - Erb Institute | Business For Sustainability

By Paula Luu, MBA/MS Candidate 2019 Erb Institute | Business for Sustainability
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Paula Luu is currently enrolled at the University of Michigan and pursuing a dual-degree MBA/MS between the Ross School of Business and the School for Sustainability and Environment. Paula is interested in developing and improving organization-wide processes along the supply chain.

VIDEO: With SunPower Every Day is Earth Day

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Our company exists to help change the way our world is powered and leave the planet better off for future generations. That’s our purpose. It’s why we’re here. 

Cradle to Cradle Choices for Builders and Architects Expand

The number of Cradle to Cradle certified products in the built environment category grew by 36 percent last year.
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Architects and designers have even more options than ever to specify healthy, safe products, as the Cradle to Cradle Certified program continues to expand.

Now 100 Percent of SunPower's Direct Current E-Series and X-Series Solar Panels Produced are Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Silver

New Achievements Reinforce SunPower as One of the World's Most Sustainable Solar Companies
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March 23, 2016 /3BL Media/ - With environmental sustainability and social responsibility at its core, SunPower demonstrates continued industry leadership by manufacturing 100 percent of its direct current E-Series and X-Series solar panels to meet 

How to Effectively Recycle 168 Eiffel Towers

New Maersk Line Triple-E vessels to come with Cradle to Cradle Passports
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Maersk Line's new Triple-E vessel class will set new standards in ship recycling with its innovative and comprehensive documentation system. Thanks to the new Cradle to Cradle Passport, Maersk Line will be better able to recycle parts and materials used in the construction
of the vessel.

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Maersk Line's new Triple-E vessel class will set new standards in ship recycling with its innovative and comprehensive documentation system. Thanks to the new Cradle to Cradle Passport, Maersk Line will be better able to recycle parts and materials used in the construction
of the vessel.

Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute Celebrates the Legacy of Visionary Cofounder William McDonough

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Pioneering ‘green’ architect and visionary William McDonough was honored last night at a private gala in San Francisco, CA.  McDonough is widely known for his seminal bookCradle to Cradle (co-written with Michael Braungart), which launched a revolution in the way we think about a products life cycle.  The book has inspired an entire generation to abandon the old ‘cradle to grave’ mentality in which products are thrown away at the end of their useful life.

Genji Sushi Honored with Responsible Packaging Award

Genji Sushi Honored with Responsible Packaging Award
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Philadelphia, PA - September 26, 2011 - Genji Sushi, purveyor of all-natural sushi and Japanese cuisine at 137 Whole Foods Markets on the East Coast and in San Francisco, is proud to announce it is the recipient of a Responsible Packaging Award from the Responsible Packaging Project. Genji was recognized for its patented 100% tree-free compostable sushi tray, which was co-developed with partner Be Green Packaging, LLC. The Award was presented at the Natural Products Expo in Baltimore, MD on September 24, 2011.

Plant Fiber Packaging Company, Be Green Packaging, LLC., Receives Renewed Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute Certification

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) SANTA BARBARA, July 25th - Be Green Packaging, LLC. today announced that it has successfully completed its annual Cradle to Cradlecm recertification process.  The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute (C2CPII) is an international eco-certification body that maintains progressive environmental standards.  The organization requires an annual review of product materials and manufacturing processes to ensure compliance with its protocols.

Be Green Packaging’s Plant-Based Packaging Receives USDA BioPreferred Certification

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) SANTA BARBARA, June 23, 2011 - Be Green Packaging announced today that its line of plant-based food packaging has achieved USDA BioPreferred status.  The company's packaging, which is composed of wild-harvested plant fibers such as bulrush and bamboo, qualified for the labeling due to its high level of 'biobased' content.  According to the USDA's website, the term 'biobased' refers to commercial or industrial products (other than

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