BfG Magazine: Edition #1: Good Tech

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BfG Magazine: Edition #1: Good Tech

This edition showcases how technology is creating amazing sustainable solutions in how we communicate to where we work and how we shop.

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Green Data from Clean Energy
Iceland is the new global hot spot for green data centres. Verne Global, a UK-based data centre company, recently opened its new data centre just south of Reykjavik on the site of a former NATO air force base. The state-of-the-art facility is powered by Iceland’s abundant geothermal energy. It will be linked to North American and European customers through high-capacity...
Aug 1, 2013 9:45 AM ET
Solar Bottle Bulb
Students from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have worked together to find an environmentally friendly solution to give those living in shanty town some more light. They designed and developed the Solar Bottle Bulb which is now being used extensively within the Philippines and various other countries. ...
Jul 1, 2013 10:00 AM ET
eGood: Engaging Customers
Glendora business owners, Nikki Cusumano Vitale of Fiorina and Jonathan Lambert from Classic Coffee, recently gave $117.45 and $349.60, respectively, to the Foundation for Glendora Unified Schools (FGUS). To be precise, their customers had a big role in that gift. One day, when those customers walked in, they were asked if they would like for 3% of the total cost of their purchase to go to a...
Jun 3, 2013 9:30 AM ET
Benevity: Engaging Workplaces
Branding for Good recently caught up with the people at Benevity, a company focused on creating solutions that go beyond just technology – they glue initiative, passion and management into their online software that can only be described as a serious tool for managing employee engagement. It’s not for nothing that they are being called on by the largest brands in the world. Here’s what they...
May 1, 2013 9:30 AM ET
VoIP = Sustainability: who knew?
So much of our drive towards sustainability has to do with effort, toil, and expense. Imagine if our systems had sustainability built in – the Intel Inside type of thing. Well, VoIP kind of does this just by being what it is. // Read how
Apr 23, 2013 10:40 AM ET

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