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Watch out! Green job creation comes with OSHA ‘help’


December 22, 2009 by Tom Guay

Watch out if your company promotes itself as creating green jobs. You might be attracting some unwanted help from federal job safety cops.

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A green approach to that Christmas tree


December 8, 2009 by Tom Guay

With all the “Ho Ho Ho” of the holiday season upon us, here’s a simple way to do something green instead of killing a pine tree for Christmas.

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What’s it take to make green profitable?


October 14, 2009 by Tom Guay

How well do you understand what’s driving customers to reach for, or avoid, your green products and services?

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Bulk up! It’s a green approach to distribution


October 9, 2009 by Tom Guay

When it comes to product distribution, consider ways to eliminate individual packages or serving units.

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Recycling your way to GHG and cost reductions


September 28, 2009 by Tom Guay

Good news for companies looking for ways to be green without investing in new technology, products or services.

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Key to profits and a green rep: Environmental reporting


September 23, 2009 by Tom Guay

Q: What’s the fastest way to give your company a black eye in today’s green-sensitive world?

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Key to profits and a green rep: Environmental reporting


September 23, 2009 by Tom Guay

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Q: What’s the fastest way to give your company a black eye in today’s green-sensitive world?

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Grocers win kudos for fighting global warming


September 1, 2009 by Tom Guay

Whether or not managers believe there’s a problem with global warming, a lot of businesses are boosting their bottom-lines by reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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Tampa wants to decide who’s a green business


July 30, 2009 by Tom Guay

Who should judge whether a company’s products, services and operations are truly “green” or not? The company’s customers or nonprofit groups and regulators?

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IBM: Here’s where companies’ green initiatives are failing


June 10, 2009 by Tom Guay

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Going green is proving to be harder than most companies want to admit.

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