Green News

  • Partnership with Solar City Brings Sunny Future for Whole Foods

    Whole Foods has always had a reputation for being eco minded and sustainable. In a recent announcement this alternative grocery store has seriously upped their sustainable cred. Whole Foods has partnered with NRG Energy and SolarCity to install up to 100 solar panels on stores throughout the country.
  • Latest Bag Ban News in The United States...Your March Update

    Have you seen our bag ban map lately? So much has changed, and we couldn’t be more excited. The bag ban movement is really growing. There are setbacks, and that is to be expected; but there is a lot more positive progress to repost this month. There are plenty of cities and municipalities making proposals and working toward banning single-use plastic bags. Keep reading to get the latest bag ban updates in the United States.
  • Is Climate Change Affecting Your City? Find Out Here!

    2015 was the hottest year on record. This is a distinction previously held by 2014, so this is possibly the beginning of a trend. Increased temperatures impact the planet as a whole, and can have some very far reaching ramifications. To learn how your city measures up on climate change, check out this interactive chart. from the New York Times. To learn what may be causing climate change in your city, and the impacts of these changes, keep reading.
  • Could Plastic Loving Bacterium Clean Up Our Plastic Environmental Mess? 

    Plastic is everywhere and is a very common part of modern life. There are lots of fantastic traits that make plastic so useful. One of these amazing traits is that many types of plastic are recyclable. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of the plastic unleashed on the world is recycled. The rest of the plastic ends up in landfills or as litter. A group of Japanese researchers may have a solution to a lot of the plastic sitting in landfills. This group identified a bacterium that degrades plastic.
  • 5 Ways Custom Reusable Bags Work for Marketing

    One of the great things about custom reusable bags, aside from the fact that they are great for the environment, is that they are so versatile and can be customized to make a perfect fit for your demographic. The design and customization opportunities of custom reusable bags are as numerous as the ideas you can come up with, but because custom reusable bags are loved by pretty much every segment of the population, they are a great marketing tool.
  • 3 Cool Ideas for Summer Marketing

    It’s about that time to start planning for your summer marketing initiatives and we are here to help. Customized, eco-friendly, branded products are proven to effectively get your marketing message out there and get your brand recognized. The more useful your customized product is, the more your customers will use it. In turn this means your brand will get more exposure. We’ve selected three eco-friendly customizable products that are great for your summer marketing initiatives.
  • 10 Little Known Facts About Recycling - #WasteNotWantNot 

    In the latest installment of our #WasteNotWantNot series, we look at some little known facts around recycling. Most people know the basics, but how much do you really know about recycling? We pulled 10 facts that we felt were worth sharing about recycling, but it was really hard to choose just 10!
  • Top Green Cities in the USA

    We’re really excited about a new initiative we’ve undertaken to find the top green cities in the U.S. There are a lot of factors that make a city green, and with this project we’re focusing on cities that have implemented disposable plastic bag bans or fees. Plastic bags have a major environmental impact and taking steps to reduce this impact can have an incredibly positive influence.
  • February Bag Ban Update Brings Not So Great News

    There have been a lot of goings on the bag ban front, and while we’re happy to announce some new bans and refocused efforts, there is also some not so great news to report. For the full rundown check out the map and follow the bag ban movement. Keep reading for a more in depth look at some of the more recent developments.
  • Love Is In the Reusable Shopping Bag! Free One Color Imprint Through Feb. 26th

    Be our Valentine this year and take advantage of our most recent eco special! When you pick up our eco-friendly Hurricane reusable bag before February 26, 2016 you can secure a free one-color imprint all starting at $1.24 per bag. Keep reading to learn more about the reusable Hurricane bag and this eco special!

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