Ben & Jerry’s founder Ben Cohen will be working with Move to Amend and Occupy activists across the cross country to distribute stamps with anti-corporate personhood slogans to be used for stamping money.
Author: Kara Scharwath
A new global report by Forest Trends’ Ecosystem Marketplace Initiative shows that the voluntary carbon market is booming. It also appears to be driving new innovation in the sustainable development initiatives.
“A Green Story,” an independent film from first time writer and director Nick Agiashvili tells the true story of Van Vlahakis, an original green entrepreneur who founded Earth Friendly Products, a green cleaning products company that is now a multi-million dollar business.
Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood will soon be home to a 100,000 square foot, multi-acre rooftop farm that will produce a million pounds of produce per year – enough to feed 5,000 people – without using any dirt. The farm will be built by BrightFarms, a new company with a unique business model that finances, builds, and operates hydroponic greenhouse farms for supermarkets and other retailers who purchase the produce.
Chipotle is receiving criticism for its refusal to sign on to an agreement aimed at protecting farm workers on Florida farms where the company purchases tomatoes.
On Thursday, the U.S. Senate approved legislation that will legalize crowdfunding and allow the general public to make equity investments in start-up companies and small businesses.
As Harley-Davidson begins to ramp up their sustainability initiatives, it’s unclear how the company will balance the masculine, rebel-like nature of the brand with the pressure to adopt a more conscious, caring approach to conducting business.
The Environmental Defense Fund has been working with GE on Treasure Hunts, an approach to employee engagement that’s been proven to provide a significant return while also creating opportunities for employees to gain a stake in sustainability efforts.
The Fisker Karma, a high performance luxury plug-in hybrid electric vehicle, broke down in the parking lot of Consumer Reports before they could conduct quality tests on it.
The consumer trend tracking firm Trendwatching.com is covering a new trend called “Flawsome” which shows why businesses who truly embrace their flaws will come out on top, and why those who don’t are likely to suffer from consumer indifference and maybe even disdain.
Just days before BP was set to go to trial with a group of more than 100,000 plaintiffs, the company announced over the weekend that it would agree to a settlement of $7.8 billion dollars.
A six month investigation conducted by Bloomberg Businessweek found evidence of debt bondage on fishing vessels operating in New Zealand’s waters. The report traces the controversial seafood sources to popular U.S. retailers and restaurants.
A new study by the University of California provides evidence that companies that publicly announce information about their carbon emissions will see a significant and almost immediate increase in share price.