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Thursday, April 11, 2013 - 4:30pm

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Sustainable Seafood: 4 tips for choosing an ocean-friendly catch    

As warm weather rolls around, you may be daydreaming about clam bakes, grilled salmon, and long days on the beach. But do you know if the seafood on your plate is sustainable? | Read more

"Your Actions Affect Me"

"Generation Climate" is a blog series that gives voice to those who will experience the brunt of climate change: young people. Cailin Sullivan, a NativeEnergy intern from Middlebury College, contributed this post.

When I returned from the library last Sunday night, a debate was raging, per usual, in the living room of my tiny house on the edge of campus. Adam, our hard-headed econ major, had his iPhone out and was furiously fact-checking as he gesticulated at Jared, a sociology major. The topic wasn't the merit of a Skyfall or the don't-go-to-law-school argument that occurs weekly as we get closer to graduation--it was global warming. | Read more

Coming to grips with climate change  

"Ours is a world in which a flood in Thailand can cut off global supplies of computer disk drives for the better part of a year; where a record-low Mississippi River can choke the flow of commerce; where an unprecedented hurricane (or "superstorm") can upend one of the world's financial centers for weeks. In that context, how should a company view climate change, renewable energy, and resource efficiency?" | Read more

TriplePundit names NativeEnergy to list of "Top 25 Sustainable Brands on Twitter"     

Twitter is often viewed as the social media site for celebrity news and fleeting updates, but behind this image lies a strong community of CSR leaders. Through a networked series of Twitter accounts, executives, reporters, and engaged customers connect and share their knowledge of sustainability best practices. | Read more

Microsoft takes carbon accounting to a new level

Microsoft has implemented a companywide system to charge each of its departments for the carbon emissions associated with their data centers, software development labs, offices, and employee travel. | Read more

NativeEnergy and GreenBiz report CO2 emissions for the 2013 GreenBiz Forums    

NativeEnergy has calculated the greenhouse gas emissions for the 2013 GreenBiz Forums hosted in New York City and San Francisco. As the official carbon offset sponsor, NativeEnergy is donating high quality carbon offsets to balance 184 metrics tons of emissions from venue energy use, attendee travel, and hotel accommodations. | Read more

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Keywords: Ethical Production & Consumption | Carbon Footprint | Climate Change / Global Warming | Corporate Social Responsibility | Ethical Consumerism | Ethical Production & Consumption | NativeEnergy | Sustainable Food | csr | sustainability

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