Advanced LCA Methodology Reveals Significant Lower Environmental Impacts of Recycled Papers Compared to Virgin Fibers

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Is recycled paper really better for the planet than virgin paper? New Leaf Paper recently released a study comparing the life-cycle impacts of its 100% postconsumer recycled coated freesheet paper, Reincarnation 100, with similar papers from virgin sources. 

20TH ANNIVERSARY AWARDS A HUGE SUCCESS!

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GLOBAL GREEN’S 20TH ANNIVERSARY AWARDS CELEBRATES SUSTAINABLE LEADERS;
RAISES FUNDS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CHARITY
SHAILENE WOODLEY, LAURA DERN, MOBY, ELISABETH ROHM, ED O’NEILL,
ED BEGLEY, JR. & OTHER PROMINENT SUPPORTERS COME OUT TO CELEBRATE SUSTAINABLE LEADERSHIP

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On September 29, 2016 at the Alexandria Ball Room, The Global Green Awards celebrated their 20th anniversary and raised nearly $250,000 for the cause. The event recognized sustainable leaders from entertainment, politics, transportation, building, new media and the corporate sectors. To ring in this momentous occasion, Global Green honored award winning actress and activist Shailene Woodley(Snowden, Divergent series) and Lori Woodley, Co-Founders of the non-profit organization All It Takes; Bill Weihl, Director of Sustainability, Facebook; John Fasana, Chairman of the Board and Phillip Washington, CEO of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority;  Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks, CEO of Earth Friendly Products;  John Picard, Architect and Sustainability innovator; Trammell Crow, Founder of Earth Day Texas; and Mohamed Nasheed, Former President, The Maldives (award accepted by event Vice Chair Rachel Meyer Simon).

s everyone settled into their seats, a progressive star-powered line-up of presenters made their way to the stage which included Laura Dern (HBO’s Big, Little, Lies); actor and activist Ed Begley, Jr.; and Gunnar Lovelace, CEO of Thrive Market.  The event was chaired by Global Green Founder Diane Meyer Simon, who attended with her daughters and Vice Chairs Rachel and Sarah Meyer Simon, with Catherine Rusoff and Ed O'Neill serving as Co-Chairs. Other notable celebrities in attendance included actresses Garcelle Beauvais (Grimm), Elisabeth Rohm (The Last Ship), Breeda Wool (UnReal) and astronaut Buzz Aldrin. 

Lori Woodley, Co-Founder of All it  Takes,  Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley

Lori Woodley, Co-Founder of All it  Takes,  Laura Dern, Shailene Woodley

Rachelle Carson-Begley & Ed Begley Jr.

Rachelle Carson-Begley & Ed Begley Jr.

Ed O’Neill, Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks, Dr. Les McCabe

Ed O’Neill, Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks, Dr. Les McCabe

This year’s awards gala featured a Farm-To-Table gourmet vegan dinner provided by Akasha’s new restaurant AR Cucina along with organic wine provided by Fetzer Wines, Bonterra, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, and beer by Sierra Nevada. Event sponsors included Earth Friendly Products, U.S. Green Building Council, LA Metro, Thrive Market, LA DWP, LA Bureau of Sanitation, JMB Realty, Icelandic Water and LA CarGuy.

About the Global Green Awards
The Global Green Awards (formerly the Millennium Awards), were established in 1996 to recognize and herald those whose lives and livelihood embody our global founder President Gorbachev's call to reconnect humanity to the environment and to celebrate sustainable leadership. Global Green is a national leader in advancing sustainable and resilient communities to green cities, schools, and affordable housing to help protect human health, improve livability, and support our planet's natural systems in an effort to stem climate change.

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