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A Mighty Giant for Green Sustainability
May 23, 2017 at 4:38 pm

let me tell you about a Mighty Giant that promotes Green sustainability, by stomping out waste in your business. Loads of Green money is apt to appear out of nowhere as a result!

Blueline Sustainability Ranking: Your Tool for Reaching Eco-Minded Customers
April 10, 2017 at 9:31 am

The trend toward corporate transparency and sustainability leadership is taking hold around the globe and across sectors in response to ever escalating customer and consumer demand. Transparent reporting and sustainability leadership are at the heart of Canopy’s Blueline ranking of North American printers across a robust series of sustainability indicators.

Lessons Drawn From Precedent-Setting Forest Agreement
March 14, 2017 at 8:09 am

Just over one year ago, Canopy witnessed the official announcement of the completion of the precedent-setting Great Bear Rainforest Agreements. The Agreements were the outcome of two decades of conflict, compromise, negotiation, persistence and American paper and forest product customer engagement.

Top Five Greenwashers: Company #1 – American Water
February 28, 2017 at 8:32 am

In 2017, Two Sides North America is redoubling its commitment to holding companies to accurate and verifiable claims regarding the environmental footprint or “greenness” of paper-based versus electronic communications. As you know, we’ve already had tremendous success by working with leading Fortune 100 corporations to remove or change misleading anti-paper marketing messages, and avoid greenwashing consumers. As part of our renewed commitment we’re going to start highlighting the “Top Five Greenwashers” in this blog space.

The Carbon Footprint of Email (Is Quite Large!)
February 1, 2017 at 11:48 am

Establishing the exact amount of the CO2 produced by sending an email includes many variables: the energy it takes to move the email across the Internet, process it, view it, store it, reread it and, after some time, delete it. One email may indeed produce an insignificant amount of CO2 but when all those tiny footprints are measured at a global scale, the footprint becomes astonishing in size.