• Kudos, Levi’s….

    We remain committed to ending climate change. Our future depends on it. E. Fudd

  • The greening of Adidas…

    love it! From Bloomberg: The Greening of Adidas Replacing fluorescent lights or sodium outdoor lamps with LEDs makes sense from both a conservation and an economic standpoint. While LEDs cost more upfront, their longer life span and energy efficiency mean the initial investment can be recovered in just a few years. After that, LEDs generate […]

  • Burpee Seeds and GMO’s

    Love it. It’s hard to find companies in this day and age that take much of a stand on anything, because in large part the lawyers and PR people get in the way. But this page says it all – kudos to Burpee! Burpee’s Policy on GMO’s Burpee’s Policy on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) April […]

  • No on Susan Rice, NO!

    Susan Rice’s holdings of Canadian oil stocks raises conflict of interest E. Fudd

  • One Planet, One Vote.

    Came across this in the recent Patagonia catalog. While I am always cynical about corporations touting their green street cred, I think these guys are legit from everything I’ve read about them the past many years. Read it and judge for yourself… One Planet, One Vote In 1991, Patagonia was growing at a rate of […]

  • Well done, REI!

    Now you only have to catch IKEA: Ikea increases solar energy use E. Fudd

  • The Fight to Create America’s Newest National Park

    the battles continue – why is it so hard to protect our natural heritage? From Outside Magazine: “Burt’s Bees cofounder Roxanne Quimby wants to hand the government a new national park in northern Maine—election-year politics and residents’ NIMBYism be damned. Brian Kevin investigates the boldest conservation plan in decades…” The Fight to Create America’s Newest […]

  • ‘Green up’ your daily coffee.

    From the Seattle Times: When making your coffee choice, just make sure that it’s ‘green’ The most important coffee choice we can make is to reduce the environmental impact of Seattle’s favorite legal drug. By Tom Watson Special to The Seattle Times Our modern society inundates us with choices, and coffee is no exception. At […]

  • Yep……!

    E. Fudd

  • Who Owns Organic?

    Some great info here, including an infographic/diagram of acquisitions through 2009. According to this site, changes since June 2009 include (1) Coca-Cola fully acquiring Honest Tea in March 2011; (2) Nestle’s acquisitions of Cadbury (and Green & Black’s) in January, 2010, and Sweet Leaf Tea in May, 2011; (3) Sara Lee’s acquisition of Aidell’s Sausage […]