7 Ways to Celebrate an Eco-Friendly Thanksgiving


Americans produce about 25-percent more waste between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day compared to the rest of the year, according to estimates. However, we can all make small changes to reduce, reuse, and recycle during the holiday season and throughout the year.

Here are seven eco-friendly tips to add sustainability to your Thanksgiving:

The Heart of Summer Calls for Heart-Healthy Grilling Tips

Chefs from Aramark Offer Simple Tips to Make Your End-of-Summer Grilling Healthier and More Delicious
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With vegetable gardens in full bloom, and the heat keeping us out of the kitchen, August is grill season at its peak. We tapped the culinary expertise of our Aramark certified chefs to create a list of proven summer tips to make healthier and more plant-forward meals that will have your guests asking for more. Check out these ideas, and read the press release.

Creating Flavor on the Grill:

Harvesting Greywater: How Many Facilities are Doing It?

Water conservation is nothing new.  Many organizations in this space have encouraged hotels to conserve water for years – we even wrote about it for World Water Day last year.  We have seen many hotels update their fixtures to ensure that they have reduced flow and flush in their bathrooms, and some are even recycling rainwater, but have you thought about taking it to the next

Meet the Scientist: Margaret Chu-Moyer’s Unexpected Path to Biotech


This profile is a part of the Amgen Foundation’s “Meet the Scientists” series, where we invite students and teachers to learn more about a scientist at Amgen and the work they do to create lifesaving medicines. Join the conversation by sharing your own experiences with @AmgenFoundation and @Amgen.

11 Eco-Friendly Tips for an Energy-Efficient Road Trip

Reduce your carbon footprint with eco-friendly ideas for your journey.

One of life’s greatest family adventures is making the trek to a favorite destination.  From sing-a-long songs, to posing next to the world’s largest rocking chair, to playing a round of 21 questions, road trips are  a great and relatively inexpensive summer vacation. However, trips can take a toll on the environment and your carbon footprint:

• Each gallon of gasoline burned creates 20 pounds of GHG.

• It would take about 3 newly planted trees 10 years of growth to balance an average road trip of 261 miles.

Five Tips for Demystifying the Recycling Bin


If you’re like me, you still have questions about how to recycle certain types of packaging and containers. Let’s shed some light on some of these issues! Here are 5 questions and answers to help you become better recyclers.

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JustGreen Holiday Tips: Energy

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With the holiday season in full swing, we tend to consume a lot of resources and create large amounts of waste. But this time of the year does not have to negatively impact our environment.

Here are some tips that will help you save energy during the holidays:

Sappi Fine Paper North America Launches Sappi etc.® Microsite

Content-rich educational platform provides a wealth of resources on paper and print
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BOSTON, September 24, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Sappi Fine Paper North America announced today the launch of its Sappi etc.® microsite, an online educational platform providing access to more than a century’s worth of rare historical documents, detailed case studies and expert technical advice as a part of the company’s Education, Training and Consulting (etc) program. Free and fully searchable, the Sappi etc.

WEBINAR: Insights into Effective Natural Disaster Response - What Consumers Expect and What Companies Can Do

Join Cone Communications and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Business Civic Leadership Center for a free webinar on 9/5

When disaster strikes, the need for relief support can be urgent and immense – and companies are uniquely equipped to answer this call for help. Join Cone Communications and the U.S.

Social Good Gone Bad – How to Protect Yourself from So-Called “Charities”


This week, Account Director Jillian Wilson-Martin and Assistant Account Executive Ivellisse Morales from our Social Impact team discuss how to protect your charitable dollars from so-called “charities” that claim to do good, but really pocket your donations as profits.


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