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Refrigerant Revolution: EOS Climate Turning GHGs from Liabilities to Assets
Refrigerant Revolution: EOS Climate Turning GHGs from Liabilities to Assets

11 years ago - Each week leading up to the Sustainable Brands Innovation Open (SBIO) finals on June 5th, where the runner-up will be decided via live online public vote, we will feature articles introducing our semi-finalists. This week, meet EOS Climate.Joe Madden, Todd English and Jeff Cohen met at graduate school in 2009, and created their company EOS Climate with the objective of tackling climate change by managing greenhouse gases with market-based approaches.

The Amplification Project: Translating Policy Research Into Action
The Amplification Project: Translating Policy Research Into Action

11 years ago - Each week leading up to the Sustainable Brands Innovation Open (SBIO) finals on June 5th, where the runner-up will be decided via live online public vote, we will feature articles introducing our semi-finalists. This week, meet The Amplification Project.“Advocacy is about persuasion, and connecting with the people that you’re trying to persuade,” says Richard Greenberg, founder of The Amplification Project, a socially and environmentally conscious company whose mission is to “translate policy research into action.”

Thread: Reducing Waste and Creating Jobs for Those Who Need It Most
Thread: Reducing Waste and Creating Jobs for Those Who Need It Most

11 years ago - Each week leading up to the Sustainable Brands Innovation Open (SBIO) finals on June 5th, where the runner-up will be decided via live online public vote, we will feature articles introducing our semi-finalists. This week, meet Thread. If you purchase a product from Thread, chances are that it started off as a plastic bottle in the slums of Haiti.

SBIO Wants Your Help Choosing the Best New Talent Solving the World’s Biggest Problems
SBIO Wants Your Help Choosing the Best New Talent Solving the World’s Biggest Problems

11 years ago - The Sustainable Brands Innovation Open (SBIO) is celebrating its 5th birthday with a new crop of highly innovative, socially and environmentally conscious entrepreneurs. SBIO presented by Target, would like your help in choosing the runner-up and winner of the People’s Choice Award on June 5th via a live online public vote.Since its inception, SBIO has aimed to identify startups with the most potential to make scalable and sustainable impacts. Past SBIO alumni have continued to flourish, including 2012 finalist Mosaic and 2011’s winner, One World Futbol.

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SBIO Semi-Finalist PrintEco Wants to Help You Save Time and Paper
SBIO Semi-Finalist PrintEco Wants to Help You Save Time and Paper

11 years ago - Each week leading up to the Sustainable Brands Innovation Open (SBIO) finals on June 5th, where the runner-up will be decided via live online public vote at SB '13, we will feature an article on one of our SBIO semi-finalists. This week, meet the SBIO Public Vote Semi-finalist winner, PrintEco.

Sustainable Brands Releases Program Details for SB’13 Conference in San Diego CA, June 3-6, 2013
Sustainable Brands Releases Program Details for SB’13 Conference in San Diego CA, June 3-6, 2013

11 years ago - SAN FRANCISCO, California, April 17, 2013 – Sustainable Brands® recently announced program details and a list of confirmed speakers for its largest community gathering in San Diego, CA on June 3-6, 2013.

2013 Retail Sustainability Report Showcases Industry Trends, Progress
2013 Retail Sustainability Report Showcases Industry Trends, Progress

11 years ago - The Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) has released its 2013 Retail Sustainability Report, which highlights progress towards the industry’s evolving sustainability objectives and identifies a class of top-performing characteristics.

Whole Foods, Trader Joe's Among Retailers Saying No to Genetically Engineered Seafood
Whole Foods, Trader Joe's Among Retailers Saying No to Genetically Engineered Seafood

11 years ago - A coalition of 30 consumer, health, food safety and fishing groups today launched the Campaign for Genetically Engineered (GE)-Free Seafood by announcing that several major grocery retailers representing more than 2,000 stores across the US have already committed to not sell GE seafood if it is allowed onto the market.

EcoScraps Potting Soil, Made from Grocers' Produce Waste, Now Available Nationwide Through Target
EcoScraps Potting Soil, Made from Grocers' Produce Waste, Now Available Nationwide Through Target

11 years ago - EcoScraps, a provider of organic, chemical- and manure-free lawn and garden products, today announced that its 100 percent organic potting soil is now available at more than 1,700 Target stores nationwide. This marks the first time that EcoScraps will appear on the shelves of a major retailer at the national level.

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Target, Publix Support Retail Industry Push for Standardized Chemical Reporting
Target, Publix Support Retail Industry Push for Standardized Chemical Reporting

11 years ago - A reporting template released by the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) is expected to enhance supply chain efficiency and communication regarding chemical information.

Corporate Social Responsibility at Target: Behind the Red Bullseye
Corporate Social Responsibility at Target: Behind the Red Bullseye

11 years ago - "At Target, our team is our competitive advantage, and preparing future team members with a quality education today makes good business sense"

Supply Chain Sustainability 2.0 – Who Will Be the First?
Supply Chain Sustainability 2.0 – Who Will Be the First?

12 years ago - Most of us who visit these pages are quite familiar with how Walmart used its influence to drive sustainability improvements in its supply chain. But were the gains really about sustainability at all? Strictly speaking, no.Indeed, the most anyone can say about the effects of Walmart’s strategy on its supply chain is that improvements in eco-efficiency, ethical sourcing or what have you may have been made (all good things), but not necessarily in sustainability performance, per se. Costs, too, may have declined and that's always a good thing as well. But to equate decreases in, say, the carbon or water intensity of products with improvements in sustainability performance is to make a serious category error.