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When you blend ‘buy local’ and green, sales will follow, right?


September 11, 2009 by Tom Guay

Looking for a sales boost? Try hooking up with the “buy local” movement. It’s a movement that’s quickly adding green to its mantra.

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Spreading wild lies about bottled water


July 28, 2009 by Tom Guay

Brace yourselves for a flood of lies about bottled water.

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GE eyes billion-dollar market with green future


May 29, 2009 by Tom Guay

Very few companies see their green future in new products. But they’re missing out on the giant market that lies ahead in the new environmentally sensitive U.S. economy.

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Eco-friendly initiatives boost morale


April 30, 2009 by Tom Guay

How do you boost employee morale during these tough times when they fear layoffs?

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Green’s future found inside pollution controls


April 29, 2009 by Tom Guay

Where’s the green revolution really taking place? A lot of it is out of sight from the general public.

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Small biz go green, because they want to


April 27, 2009 by Tom Guay

Small business owners are jumping on the green bandwagon because they think it’s the right thing to do, not because they expect a great return on green investments.

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Who says solar power is too expensive?


April 16, 2009 by Tom Guay

Yes, there are plenty of skeptics who dismiss the business case for renewable energy, but the switch to solar power is paying off big time for those with plenty of sunny southern weather.

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Green stock exchange makes its debut


April 9, 2009 by Tom Guay

If access to capital has been holding your green plans back, financial execs may want to consider a new investment avenue: The GreenDaq.

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Less packaging: less cost, fewer greenhouse gas emissions


April 9, 2009 by Tom Guay

How you wrap your product makes a big difference when it comes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and cutting costs at the same time.

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