Butterflies Take Flight for Education in Mexico

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QUERETARO, Mexico, November 24, 2020 /3BL Media/ – International Paper’s North American Container business in Mexico has sponsored butterfly kits for three schools in Silao, Juarez and Los Mochis. Through the company’s collaboration with Granja Mariposa Papilia, a farm that raises butterflies to promote environmental education, the program teaches students about the importance of protecting our environment and the key role of butterflies in ecology.

Cypris Materials Introduces Nature Inspired, Tunable, Structural Color Coating

Applied Like Paint

Cypris Materials, Inc. has cracked nature's code on nanostructures by creating a new type of paint that can be used from cosmetics to the auto industry.

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Cypris Materials, Inc. has cracked nature's code on nanostructures by creating a new type of paint that can be used from cosmetics to the auto industry.

GreenMoney’s Annual Videos Issue on Sustainable Business, Impact Investing and Environmental Sustainability


Welcome to GreenMoney's 5th Annual Videos Issue. We have curated a collection of beautiful, interesting and impactful films featuring a variety of innovators from the interconnected worlds of Impact Investing, Corporate Responsibility and Environmental Sustainability. We think you’ll find them as engaging as we do. All here - https://GreenMoney.com 

The Videos include:

Consumers Energy | Bright Future Blooms

Pipeline restoration work creates new habitat for bees, butterflies

Tom Hess has worked with many companies during his 28-year career as an environmental inspector.

In many cases, Hess has experienced clients who tolerate his environmental recommendations, or do only what’s required — often with pressure.

Thus, Hess wasn’t sure what to expect when he proposed spending extra money to restore construction areas on a major natural gas pipeline project for Michigan-based Consumers Energy. He suggested using seed mix containing native grasses and wildflowers to attract bees, butterflies and other pollinators losing habitat across the country.

Agriculture: Protecting the Monarch Butterfly

Monsanto Vice President Ty Vaughn discusses agriculture's impact on conserving monarch butterfly populations.

I grew up working on my grandparent’s dairy farm in Ohio.  My father grew up on that farm and tells stories of his father paying him to pull milkweed out of their fields.  It was a weed that threatened their crops.  When I first started talking to him four years ago about the importance of reestablishing habitat, including milkweed, on agricultural lands, he thought I was crazy.  Now he’s rethinking his position.

Earth Week Guest Post: Our Future Flies on the Wings of Pollinators

By Laurie Davies Adams, executive director, Pollinator Partnership www.pollinator.org

By Laurie Davies Adams, executive director, Pollinator Partnership

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and Monsanto Announce Commitment To Help Monarch Butterflies

Monsanto is the First Company to Contribute to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Monarch Butterfly Conservation Fund
Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 31, 2015 /3BL Media/ – The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) and Monsanto Company announced today a commitment to partner in support of NFWF’s Monarch Butterfly Conservation Fund. As the first company to contribute to NFWF’s Monarch Butterfly Conservation Fund, Monsanto will provide $3.6 million over three years to match funds provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other federal agencies that will support habitat restoration, education, outreach and milkweed seed production to benefit monarch butterflies.

One Voice Makes a Difference, as Norfolk Southern Gives Wings to a Rooftop Garden


A rooftop butterfly garden might be the last thing you’d expect in the concrete and steel environment of downtown Norfolk, Va. However, that’s exactly what you’ll find on the roof near Sarah Cunningham’s third-floor office space at Norfolk Southern’s McKinnon Building headquarters.

Federally Protected Bay Checkerspot Butterfly Emerges as Landfill Celebrates Habitat Award

Bay Checkerspot butterfly “effect” responsible for model conservation plans
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SAN JOSE, Calif., April 2, 2014 /3BL Media/ – In its latest reverberation, the Bay Checkerspot butterfly and its caretakers were able to garner the Wildlife Habitat Council’s 2013 Corporate Habitat of the Year Award. The Wildlife Habitat Council promotes and certifies habitat conservation and management on working lands through partnerships and education.

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