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One Day of Sustainable Choices

Our daily choices and our carbon footprint can contribute to the health of our planet rather than harm it. Let’s calculate our carbon footprint and consider how much it can be reduced with simple choices! The New York Times defines “carbon footprint” as the total amount of greenhouse gas emissions that come from the production, use, and end-of-life of a product or service. The average carbon footprint for a person in the United States is 16 tons, one of the highest in the world. Globally, the average is closer to 4 tons. With a large and immediate concerted effort, we could cut black carbon emissions by 75% and methane emissions by 25% - and eradicate hydrofluorocarbons – all in the span of the next 25 years. We have the power and technology needed to combat climate change.

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5 Sustainability Strategies for Businesses

Corporations around the globe have been tasked with increasing their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). With the market landscape constantly changing to include the latest business sustainability strategies, it is paramount to implement Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in a manner that will ensure their longevity for years to come.

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5 Ideas to Be a Sustainable Small Business

We’ve all heard of corporate social responsibility, and the environmental efforts made by large companies. But what about the efforts that could be made by those running a small business? Sustainable small business practices can leave a lasting impact on the environment, productivity, and sustainable culture, while also helping you to save money. But where do you start?

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How to Build Sustainable Company Culture

In order for people to see sustainability as a lifestyle change, rather than a one-time effort, sustainability needs to be a greater part of office culture. By building a sustainable culture within your company, you can implement changes on a daily basis and help others to implement similar changes.

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Marc Benioff's Idea of New Capitalism

Competition forces companies to either evolve and meet the current needs of the consumer, or fall behind their competitors. The current zeitgeist influences not just the products, but the values of a business or corporation. Marc Benioff, the founder, chairman, and co-CEO of Salesforce, calls this change "New Capitalism," and says it's not going anywhere.

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Creating Sustainable Employee Transportation: Where to Start

Bicycling, walking, public transportation, ride-sharing, telecommuting, and working from home. These are all forms of sustainable employee transportation, or eco-friendly ways to get to work. Some are more eco-friendly than others. For example, if you’re choosing public transportation, which do you think is the most energy efficient?

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