One of easiest and most successful ways to make your trade shows more green is to build a team of individuals who believe in going green and strive to do so in every way possible. As I explained in a recent post for TSNN assembling your green dream team will put you in a position to make 2015 a very green year. Read on for a recap of my post.
The disposable bag ban landscape in the United States is always changing, and we love following the journey from idea to implementation and bringing these great, inspiring stories to you. From coast to coast here’s a rundown of what’s new on the plastic bag ban front.
In a statement recently issued by Worldwatch Institute, an independent research organization based in Washington, D.C. that works on energy, resource and environmental issues, the plastic problem is broken down. This report makes it clear that the problems caused by plastic far outweigh the advantages.
The Super Bowl is a huge event – people travel from all over to attend pre-game events starting with the Pro Bowl the week before and leading up to the game on Sunday February 1st. Now while all of this is a really exciting time, unfortunately all of the people and events can have a very large environmental impact. However the folks at this year’s host stadium, The University of Phoenix Stadium, and the NFL have all been hard at work doing amazing things to make the 2015 Super Bowl the greenest yet.
Jack Groh, director of the NFL Environmental Program said it best when he said, “It’s not so much about how much of the problem do you create, it’s about how much of the problem are you willing to take responsibility for?” From everything that they have done and continue to do on the green front, it is clear that the NFL is serious about making this a very green Super Bowl 2015.
There is now a ban on the production and sale of disposable plastic bags in Jilin Province in Northeast China. The objective of the ban was to reduce trash and help streamline the waste stream. Shoppers can bring their own reusable grocery bags or they can use biodegradable bags. The law went into effect on the first day of this year.
A new year means a new beginning, so now is the perfect time to evaluate your current green practices and green goals and decide what changes you want to make for 2015. Going green is an ever evolving practice so even seasoned pros need to step back from time to time and evaluate what they are doing and what they could be doing. Whether you are a green novice looking to get started or a green maven interested in stepping up your game, here are five easy green living resolutions for 2015.
With Christmas right around the corner there isn’t a lot of time left to pick up gifts. If there are still a few hard to shop for people on your list and you need something easy and green we’ve got you covered with last minute Christmas gift ideas. Read on to get some holiday inspiration.
You work to implement green practices into your daily work routine and your work holiday party is a great opportunity to continue to do so. You can easily make your holiday work party green and even raise awareness and some green pride with your co-workers and employees.
You have a lot of freedom of choice when you design your own reusable bag and you can make something that is completely custom and one-of-a-kind, but sometimes getting started can be overwhelming. Where do you start? Should you select the color first? What about the material? No worries because we have made it so easy to create your custom bag in four simple steps.