Jen Boynton

Jen is editor in chief of TriplePundit. She has an MBA in Sustainable Management from the Presidio Graduate School and lives in Oakland with her husband and normally happy baby. 
Hit her up at on twitter @jenboynton to discuss diapering strategies or sustainability reporting methodology.


Stories & Beer: Corporate Sustainability Reporting

It’s time for another Stories & Beer Fireside Chat on Thursday, March 20 at 6:30pm Pacific (9:30pm Eastern) at the Impact HUB San Francisco – and online via web cam. Please join us in person at Impact HUB San Francisco for our latest “Stories & Beer Fireside Chat” on Thursday, March 20th at 6:30pm when TriplePundit’s Founder, Nick … Continued


Preview: Series Launch on Sustainable Apparel Tomorrow

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new article series – Sustainably Attired: Exploring the Lifecycle of Fashion, kicking off tomorrow. Click here for a sneak preview of what we’ll be covering.

These diapers hold a little surprise in them!

FTC Settles with gDiapers with over Compostability Claim Complaint

gDiapers understands that there are many expectant parents currently weighing the “cloth vs. disposable” issue with a solemnity only expectant parents can muster. As a result, the company geared its marketing toward making their product seem as environmentally friendly as possible. It looks like they may have taken things a little bit too far…

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Top Series of 2013

While we love bringing you the daily news, it’s always a special treat here at TriplePundit to take a deep dive on a core issue in our work and bring you a variety of stories on that specific topic.

New Years 2013-5

Top Articles of 2013

Here were some of your favorite TriplePundit stories of 2013.

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BSR’s Bold Climate Change Commitment

BSR’s President Aron Cramer made a big commitment at this week’s conference in San Francisco. He and the BSR team are doubling down on 2 degrees Celsius, drawing a line in the sand and committing to use the power of their network to avoid breaching a global temperature rise above it. Two degrees is, of … Continued


Patagonia Goes Fair Trade

The outdoor apparel company makes a bold new commitment to worker protections.