It’s April, which means Earth Day is right around the corner! Are you looking for some practical ways to reduce your organization’s footprint and make a difference for the planet?
Every five to six years, congress authorizes funding for the coming 5-6 year period for all surface transportation projects, including highways and bridges, public transportation and bicycling & pedestrian networks. The current bill, SAFETEA-LU, expires in September, 2009, and congress will be deciding how to spend our tax dollars over the coming months. The Transportation for America campaign is proposing a broad reform agenda to meet the challenges of the 21st century, and the implications of this next bill cannot be understated.
If you are a not-for-profit, educational or private-sector organization looking to save money while better engaging your audiences and reaching your sustainability goals, this webinar is for you. Join Rob Simon, with BurstMarketing which has become a pioneer in social media and gain practical advice on how you can:
What is all the recent talk is around 'energy' - the issues we face because if it, the renewability factors, the steps we are taking to improve our level of responsibility, and so on? I'm sure we all have a few questions that have yet to be addressed, even if it is simply a high-level review. Something would be better than nothing at all - right?
An April poll by Conscientious Innovation revealed that a majority of consumers cannot identify a list of major brands as "green" or "not green." With the exponential increase in the number of green marketing claims over the past several months, it is only becoming more difficult for companies to get credit for their sustainability initiatives.
John S. Shegerian, Chairman and CEO of the nation's leading recycler of electronic waste, Electronic Recyclers International, will host a webinar on the environmental, employee morale and fiscal benefits to going green. John will share with participants how he has turned his organization into a genuinely sustainable business—from the electric fork lifts and recycled furniture in house, to the hybrid vehicles his sales team drives and general energy efficient practices his organizations applies. He will also discuss the topic he is the nation's leading expert on: electronic waste.