HOW Creative’s Howard Lim Named Brand Advisor to U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce


San Diego, CA—July 16, 2015 – Howard Lim, president of HOW Creative, has been selected as Brand Advisor to the U.S Green Chamber of Commerce (USGCC). For the community-based organization’s rebranding and relaunch, Lim and HOW Creative have partnered with USGCC to position and design the new brand identity system. Lim is a business and […]

USZWBC National Zero Waste Business Conference- Register Today!

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You’ve made the commitment to Zero Waste, now learn how to take the next step and network with other professionals at the 5th annual USZWBC National Zero Waste Business Conference, “Tuning into Zero Waste,” being held Wednesday, June 1 through Saturday, June 4 at the Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol in Austin, TX. The event […]

Microgrids May Be A Shareable Solution to Energy Ownership


Microgrids May Be A Shareable Solution to Energy Ownership By: Emma Green, USGCC Multimedia Adviser WASHINGTON, D.C. – As a result of a recent merger between Exelon and Pepco, two major energy companies, Exelon promised to build four microgrids over the next five years in Washington, D.C. Microgrids, or shared solar energy networks, are sweeping […]

Women as Game Changers Free Online Summit! Sign up Today!


“We need a world full of people asking deep questions or else we’re not going to have a world to live in,” — Rose Marcario, CEO  Patagonia    The largest intergenerational transfer of wealth the world has ever seen is about to happen. Women will soon hold much of the power. Perhaps that is why the Dalai Lama […]

Florida Businesses and Government Taking the Lead on Recycling with Recycle Across America!


St. Johns County, Florida is joining the nationwide standardized label movement called Recycle Across America! The goal is simple: to standardize the labels, color, and height of public trash and recycling bins across the country. Billy Zeits of the St. Johns County Park and Recreation Department stated that “the intent is to make it simple. […]