While places of work may have changed, one thing that hasn’t is the importance of continued effort to protect the environment. Celebrating Earth Day at work doesn’t have to take place in an office, and isn’t exclusive to just one day. This article will explain Earth Day’s origins, and a few fun Earth Day activities to implement in the workplace.
Folks ask me about the state of packaging all the time because I’m a foodie that cares about the planet! Nestle is coming to the table with exciting news as they continue their quest to make 100% of packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025 and achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Recently, The Coca-Cola Company, PepsiCo, and Keurig Dr Pepper announced a new sustainability initiative with the World Wildlife Fund (WFF) known as Every Bottle Back. What’s the ultimate goal?
Looking for simple ways to reduce your company’s environmental footprint? With the average American creating over 4 pounds of trash every day and spending 26 percent of their week at work, imagine how much some small changes in the office can impact the amount of trash created.
I chat about sustainability all the time, and this week it’s time to give a shout-out to Coca-Cola, who recently committed to a green makeover for its Dasani brand.
Tracie talks about healthy lunches in the workplace and the big announcement that PepsiCo recently made.
This week we continue the conversation about the innovation in upcycling coffee and it’s role in the medical field.
Earth Day had many of us thinking about how we can reduce our waste and carbon footprint, especially at the office. Aside from paper waste from printing, a large amount of waste comes from the office breakroom.