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Packagers Certified for Forest Diligence, But How About Waste?
Some good news for the world’s forests: assurance that along the entire supply chain, products from Tetra Pak, the world’s leading food processing and packaging company, support forest management with … [Read full article]
A Message About Your Water Bottle
Aquafina, Dasani, and Poland Spring are names on the water bottle that have come to evoke images of pristine waterfalls, swift cool streams, and shimmering, unspoiled mountain lakes. As well … [Read full article]
Barbie's Rainforest Packaging (cartoon)
You’d think a toy company like Mattel would have the foresight to realize they’d eventually be called out on this, (Thank you, Greenpeace!) as well as the money and knowledge to make their packaging from something a bit less middle-finger-to-the-world-esque…say, recycled Barbie dolls?
Where Was it Made? SourceMap Tracks the World’s Goods [VIDEO]
Once, when I was in school, I was playing with a salt shaker and began wondering just where the salt came from and how it got here from wherever it … [Read full article]
U.S. Wastes More Food Energy than Gained from Gulf Oil & Gas
Wasted food energy in the U.S. totals some 2150 trillion kilojoules per year–more than the U.S. could produce in ethanol (grain) biofuels. Further, an article in the New Scientist asserts that this amount is greater than the energy produced annually from all the oil and gas extracted from the Gulf of Mexico.