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Green Right Now, ABC 7 News | Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Chicago’s Citizens Utility Board launches new energy-saving program

Expanding on a pilot program that saved users an average of $200 annually on utility bills, Chicago’s Citizens Utility Board Wednesday launched the nation’s first online service that rewards users for documented reductions in their energy usage. Read More

Waste Age | Tuesday, June 1, 2010

RecycleBank Partners with Verizon Wireless

Wireless phone and data service provider Verizon Wireless announced a partnership with Philadelphia-based recycling rewards firm RecycleBank to help increase the curbside recycling rate in the Philadelphia Tri-State region. According to a press release issued by Verizon, the partnership will yield improved rewards for RecycleBank participants in the region. Read More

Packaging Digest | Monday, May 24, 2010

Sustainable packaging: Sacramento and RecycleBank team up for innovative partnership

Residents in Sacramento now have a new incentive to go green. Through a pilot program offered by a public/private partnership with RecycleBank, residents of Sacramento's South Meadowview neighborhood will receive valuable rewards such as savings on groceries, pharmacy costs, sporting goods, school supplies and much more for their recycling efforts. Read More

Nadia Hosni, Tonic | Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Triple Bottom Line: Kashi

Seven grains and a whole lot more. Read More

Vance Lehmkuhl, | Monday, May 17, 2010

Your curb enthusiasm

On Saturday Mayor Nutter kicked off Philadelphia's Recycling Rewards Program in Center City and South Philadelphia in a fun event at The Singing Fountain. Read More

Steven Goode, Hartford Connecticut Courant | Monday, May 10, 2010

Hartford Officials Expect To Save $100,000 With Single-Stream Recycling

HARTFORD — — City officials estimate that the single-stream recycling program launched in Hartford last October will save the city about $100,000 in tipping fees when this fiscal year ends June 30. Read More

Julia Moulden, The Huffington Post | Saturday, May 8, 2010

Can You Unplug And Recharge When You're Trying to Save The World?

Knowing that we need to take a break from work is one thing, but actually doing it is really tough. What's it like to give yourself permission to stop when it's not just about making another million, but saving a million lives (or making a world of difference)? I asked ten New Radicals how they set aside their world-changing work to take the pause that refreshes. (New Radicals are people who are putting skills acquired in their careers to work on the world's greatest challenges -- for more, please see archived articles.) Read More

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