Weekly Rewind: Green News for April 16-22
Green news we're still talking about from last week. Video of the Week: Kids narrating "Planet Earth" segments. (Thanks, Boing Boing)
Headline of the Week: "Sorry About All the Formaldehyde, Katrina Survivors" from The Atlantic article on formaldehyde in temporary trailers provided by FEMA for victims of the hurricane.
SOS for Mother Earth: CEO Matt Petersen (above) spoke at the 2012 Sustainable Operations Summit about the bad relationship we are in with Mother Earth -- and the secret to saving the world. (Our post)
Challenges for Earth Day: For Earth Day, we were reminded of the books and films on the environment that inspire us. We were also added to the "Earth Day Challenge" campaign by our friends at Crowdrise and Groupon -- to help us raise funds for our green projects. The organization that raises the most wins $25,000! (Earth Day Challenge)
Still Dealing with the Spill: It was the two-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon BP oil spill and we're still cleaning the Gulf. (CEO Matt Petersen's post)
Boxing Win: Our Coalition for Resource Recovery (CoRR) team held an event in Santa Cruz to showcase recyclable cardboard produce boxes. (Our post)