Reiner Pilz first used the term ‘upcycle’ in 1994. He neatly pointed out that there are two types of recycling – upcycling and downcycling. Most of recycling is confined to downcycling. This is when unwanted items are melted or crushed…
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The phrase ‘paperless office’ evokes an image of an office that is free from files, folders and over-flowing ‘to do’ trays… could life possibly be that simple? Actually with a few quick changes it could be! If you can manage to…
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The 2015 State of Green Business report is just out, our eighth annual assessment of the environmental performance of companies around the world, along with the trends to watch in the year ahead. We produce the report in partnership with…
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I couldn’t resist writing about the article I found this morning, “Green sex the latest in saving the planet”, found over at the Winnipeg Free Press website. It turns out Greenpeace and TreeHugger have released guides for those of us…
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The drought in California continues to have a significant impact in the region. Billions of dollars in produce and jobs are going to be affected by this climate problem. People outside of California may be nonchalant about the issue and…
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What is automobile insurance? Automobile insurance, basically is insurance that protects you in case you cause injury to others or cause damage to their property in a car accident. It will also offer protection in case your car is damaged…
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Two steps forward, one step back That’s the phrase that comes to mind as I sit back and reflect on my new role as a dad. Our first child was born a little over a week ago (and in case…
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The Growing Need for Corporate Wellness Programs Companies are always looking for ways to cut costs and lower their overall spending. Many of them don’t consider creating corporate wellness programs because it takes money to start up such a program.…
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