by Steven Averett in The Heap Apparently Rob Base DJ E Z Rock had it right: It does take two to make a thing go right… or into the right bin, anyway. A new United Kingdom study reveals that single
California Assemblyman Marc Levine introduced a bill on Tuesday that would ban single-use plastic grocery bags throughout the state beginning in 2015. Levine, D-San Rafael, modeled Bill 158 after a similar bill was held up in a Senate committee last
Each year approximately 25 – 30 million real Christmas trees are sold in the United States according to the National Christmas Tree Association. And each January, that vast indoor forest of spent trees simultaneously wear out their welcome and
Aurora BayCare Medical Center, a local healthcare provider in Green Bay, WI, sought the services of the UWGB Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) to find sustainable solutions to some of its pressing environmental problems: energy and water consumption, waste
Participate in the Beehive Collective’s presentation “The True Cost of Coal” 7:00 pm at the Mauthe Center on the UWGB Campus, October 25, 2012.Beehive posters
EMBI along with other organizations will be sponsoring Will Allen from Growing Power to speak on campus October 24, Food Day. Details to follow shortly.
As we approach National Food Day on October 24, consider that 40 percent of food in the United States today goes uneaten. http://www.nrdc.org/food/files/wasted-food-IP.pdf
The Environmental Management and Business Institute (EMBI) at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is seeking nominations for its fourth annual Alumni Earth Caretaker Award. The deadline for submissions is Nov. 1 Nominations sought for fourth annual UW-Green Bay Alumni Earth