New York Times Offers Special Section on Green Business

Mind Your Business

The Sierra Club is embarking on its first product endorsement, putting its logo on Clorox’s new Green Works cleaning products. A handful of ambitious businesses are aiming to bypass carbon neutrality and move straight on into carbon negativity. These and more stories popped up in The New York Times‘ “Business of Green” section last week, which covered the green-biz gamut, from companies trying to manufacture safer chemicals, to financial techniques helping to grow the solar sector, to shareholders unconvinced that going green means making green. Also considered: The rise of green-collar jobs and the growth of academic programs focused at moving students into them.

More logo placement details from the Sierra Club.

Posted in Sustainability, Sustainable Consumption.

Alyssa Isakower

Alyssa has consulted for The Ocean Project coordinating World Oceans Day since 2011 and is more excited for June 8th every year! She is interested in all things social media, and has been thrilled to work with partners of The Ocean Project around the world on exciting conservation outreach, both on the ground and online.

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