Leon Kaye and GreenGoPost.com have become Instagram fiends and we would invite you to follow us on this fine photo sharing service: our handle is greengopost.
GreenGoPost is in the middle of an overhaul, necessary as our site continues to grow! Charo would be envious.
Eight19 confronts the problem that the world’s poor face when choosing a fuel: high expense and dirty energy. The IndiGo product provides pay-as-you-go solar.
Leon Kaye will have a chat with Ed Begley, Jr. tomorrow, Tuesday January 10, at 11:45am PST from Panasonic's booth at the CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
Leon Kaye will join journalist Aman Singh and UPS’ Scott Wicker for a Holiday Twitter Chat about how to be environmentally conscious, responsible and yes, enjoy this time of year.
Jack and Jason’s Pancakes are now entering more stores with a bevy of mixes that include whole wheat flour, baby oats, and fruits--all by suppliers in the United States.
Curiously, corporate social responsibility (CSR) professionals often overlook video as a medium to share their messages with stakeholders and customers.
Companies often underestimate the emotional impact that video has in connecting stakeholders with a company’s CSR platform.
Earlier this month PG&E awarded Brocade Communications Systems a $US2.1 million award for Brocade’s 125,000 square food data center in San Jose.
Research at Oregon State University has shown that inkjet printing technology, which has become the standard in our homes and offices, could help solar technology proliferate.
A billion dollar Brazilian firm, Itautec, has aggressively recycled e-waste since 2003, and is stepping up its recycling efforts even more.
We are on the verge of watching a disruptive technology on the scale of the printing press, internal combustion engine, and the Internet. 3D printing is the next big thing.
Last week, Ford Motor Company released its 2010 Sustainability Report. The report explains how Ford’s long-term sustainability strategy centers on climate change, water stewardship, and leveraging its supply chain to make a positive impact on people and the planet.
Technology, including cell phones, are convenient, but all that e-waste is a burning issue. Hybrid cars are fuel efficient--scooters even more so. To that end, Sprint and Vespa are in the midst of an innovative campaign.
Big movements start out with small steps, and that is Vodafone's approach towards sustainability efforts Qatar. Last month the telecom giant introduced a SIM card made from 100% biodegradable paper.