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Irblich Schools is a proud member of the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce (USGCC). This allergen-friendly, eco-friendly, unplugged pre-school focuses on learning through a natural approach. One of the first truly Holistic Preschool’s located in Central Florida, the school’s mission is to support families with a holistic education in a healthy setting through: a plant-strong diet, integrating […]

Sustainability is Good for Businesses, Even Small Ones

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By Heather Haas, November 4, 2015 A recent Forbes article [1] discussed the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals [2] and laid out an argument that government alone could not reach the goals without the assistance of corporations. The Forbes article examines how large corporations can use the UN Sustainable Development Goals to “pursue opportunity and innovation.” […]

Protecting Your Employees from Toxic Chemicals

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What are you doing to protect your employees from Chemicals?  In a recent U.S Green Chamber of Commerce (USGCC) webinar,  Larry Smith, of Go Green Electrolyzer, shares how companies can completely revolutionize how they clean and sanitize. Jim Bunch, chairman of the USGCC board stated that “This technology is so simple yet so profound, that […]

Washington Takes Action Toward Building a Green Economy

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by Michelle Thatcher Within the past few months, our nation has taken great strides forward when it comes to both clean energy and climate change. Washington has released several announcements for limiting carbon pollution in power plants, along with plans to increase renewable energy and energy efficiency across the country. These actions will help accelerate […]

First Green Bank Goes on a “Regenerative Journey”


U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce Member First Green Bank was selected by the Greenwich-CT based sustainable finance think tank, Capital Institute, to be its partner in an exciting project called “The Year in the Life of a Regenerative Bank.”  The project has received special grant funding from the Kendeda Fund and the Compton Foundation. Over […]