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Keep Our Winters Cool with Olympian Hannah Kearney

Posted by: Tiffany Shaw
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We have an Olympic gold medalist on our team! Winner of the 2010 gold medal in moguls, Hannah Kearney has joined the fight to keep our winters cool by offsetting all her training travel emissions with us.

Read More | Jan 23, 2014 |

5 Last Minute Green Holiday Gifts

Posted by: Tiffany Shaw

Give from the heart and your food shed. Visit your local farmers market or co-op to gather locally grown ingredients for easy recipes. Here in the Northeast, your gift basket could be stuffed with local squash, apples, garlic and toasted pumpkin seeds, along with a recipe for butternut squash soup (roast all, puree with a bit of water, enjoy). Eating local reduces the miles food travels between the farm and the table, lowering greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change.

Read More | Dec 20, 2013 |

5 Tips for a Green 4th of July

Posted by: Sandra Markowitz - Intern

When I think of the 4th of July, I think of my family’s traditions: attend our local parade, go for a family canoe and pick strawberries. In recent years, my family has started to host 4th of July parties, and we strive to keep things as green as possible.

Read More | Jul 2, 2013 |

NativeEnergy Provides Carbon Offsets and Renewable Power for the Sustainable Brands Conference

Posted by: Sandra Markowitz - Intern

This month, the Sustainable Brands 2013 conference brought together more than 2000 attendees from around the world at the intersection of branding and sustainability.

Read More | Jun 28, 2013 |

Is Your Food Rich In C02?

Posted by: Tom Rawls

Michael Pollan, the author known for his thoughtful and lively writing on food, has a new book out, Cooked. Apparently we need to change the way we cook if we want to survive. Said differently, we need to cook for ourselves and not have others do it for us.

Read More | May 2, 2013 |