We all love a discount or a sale or even a coupon. Couple that with the challenge of finding ways to encourage people to incorporate “reusable” items into their daily lives and you end up with the “Greencentive” (I just … Continue reading
From Credo: In the U.S. we dispose of 14.4 billion paper cups each year–that’s enough to circle the earth 55 times. Please share and pledge that you will bring your own reusable cup to the coffee shop next time.
A letter to the editor from a New York publication, Newsday, summarizes the plastic “bag ban” debate quite nicely. Lorraine Falacara of Long Island wrote: The letter writer who feels that recycling plastic bags is better than having stores charge … Continue reading
We’ve written previously about the history of Earth Day as its tied to the familiar Reduce-Reuse-Recycle logo with which we are all so familiar. The BBC even has an engaging brief quiz on recycling logos. (We scored 3 out of … Continue reading