Guest Post: GM Finds a New Home for Ducks, Bats and Waste


By Mike Robinson, Vice President of Sustainability and Global Regulatory Affairs, General Motors

If one person’s trash is another person’s treasure, could that saying hold true for owls, wood ducks, and bats? We at General Motors think so.

eQ Video: Taking the Guilt out of Paper

Spreading the truth about using paper responsibly
Multimedia with summary

Go inside a sustainably managed forest to see how Sappi is having a positive impact on the health of forests, the animals that live there, and the overall environment. You'll never look at paper the same way again. Published March 26, 2012.

Check out eQ Journal 004: Taking the Guilt out of Paper  on Sappi's eQ microsite.




For the Birds: Detroit Audubon Society Recognizes GM

Automaker turns off lights at night to help migrating birds stay on course
Press Release

DETROIT, February 21, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The Detroit Audubon Society today recognized General Motors for its continued participation in a program that helps birds avoid crashing into illuminated buildings during migratory night flights.

Animal Planet’s R.O.A.R. Matching Campaign Returns With More Donations And Bigger Bonuses

Proceeds from the Sale of Animal Planet Products Fund This two-Month Initiative to Offer Seven Nonprofit Organizations Up to $120,000 in matching funds and $20,000 in bonuses
Press Release

(3BL Media) Silver Spring, MD - September 5, 2012 - For the second consecutive year, Animal Planet’s animal advocacy initiative, R.O.A.R. (Reach Out. Act. Respond.) is launching an eight-week matching campaign to raise funds for participating R.O.A.R. charities. Beginning September 1, the seven participating nonprofits have an opportunity to receive dollar for dollar matching contributions on their consumer donations up to $120,000 from Animal Planet. The donations from R.O.A.R.

Volunteer Spotlight: Joy Dingley Shares Her Love of Nature with Arizona Urban Youth


"Are there snakes?" "Will we get bitten?" "Ugh, there's a spider, kill it!" These are some of the things that Joy Dingley often hears from students at the start of their field trip to the Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center.

"If you're lucky," she says, "by the time they have worked their way through the program they will have stopped worrying about snakes, forgotten insect bites, and will quite happily be handling mud, owl pellets, and all the small wiggly creatures we can capture."

EXCLUSIVE Interview: Owner Venice Marina

GreenopolisTV gets an interview with Bill Butler in the Gulf

Melissa McGinnis and Greenopolis TV sit down exclusively with Venice Marina owner Bill Butler and discuss the spirit and tenaciousness of the community and environment, thriving pristine marshlands having survived past oil spills, and life growing up in the vibrant wildlife coastline.


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