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July 21st: Green Drinks – Brewery Vivant, Grand Rapids, MI

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

Join WMEAC for their Green Drinks event at Brewery Vivant on July 21 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm. WMEAC is excited to be in the East Hills neighborhood of Grand Rapids to check out one of the greenest …

The US Must Combat Food Waste Now

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

If you had to take a guess of how much food produced in America is wasted, what would it be? 5%? Maybe 15%? Believe it or not, 40% of all food produced in America is wasted according to a widely cited…

APPLY BY TOMORROW, July 8th: Food Solutions New England Network Leadership Institute Fall Sessions

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

Food Solutions New England (FSNE) seeks to grow, strengthen, and diversify its network leadership across the region. They are seeking regional green thinkers and doers to participate in the first FSNE…

DEADLINE TOMORROW, July 8th: Food Solutions New England (FSNE) Network Leadership Institute Fall Sessions

by Higgins_James // Student

Food Solutions New England (FSNE) seeks to grow, strengthen, and diversify its network leadership across the region. They are seeking regional green thinkers and doers to participate in the first FSNE…

New Hampshire Green Building

Keywords: Sustainable Living,New Hampshire,Food Solutions New England,Food Sustainability

0 replies | 306 views | Posted on: 07/07/2016 | Last updated: 07/07/2016

Weekday Vegetarianism and Meatless Mondays: Dietary Trends To Help Save The Planet

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

The evidence is clear that being a vegetarian is better for the environment, for animals, and even for our own health. Though we’ve heard this repeatedly, it can still be difficult to make the “ve…

Food Waste Progress: Key Companies Embracing“Ugly” Produce

by EmmamHowe // Marketing/Green Policy Development

Food waste has become a major problem in the United States. According to the Natural Resources Defense Find, up to 40% of all food in the U.S. is tossed in the trash. Though some food is composted, mo…