There has never been a better time to support your favorite eateries. Berkeleyside
Coffee production generates tons of waste, but now upcycled cascara food and beverages are popping up across America. Eating Well
Professionals share their tips for not letting Thanksgiving prep scraps go to waste. Eating Well
Are products made from recovered food actually good, or do they taste like, well, garbage? Make Change.
Eight top chefs share how you can turn food waste back into food at home. Make Change.
How five restaurants are turning food waste back into food. Simple Order.
Every spring, Girl Scouts across America unfold their tables, bring out their red wagons and begin selling Girl Scout cookies. For many parents, it is a season of dread. Medium.com
A Good Country is a timely and extraordinary story of how the American Dream can be corrupted. LA Review Of Books.
At the heart of Beer Money is what is at stake when we value money and status above love and family. LA Review of Books.
Growing up in a sex therapist’s house didn’t make me a goddess in bed, and neither did the internet. Salon.com.
The ultimate resource for small business owners who want to go green without going broke.
Greening Your Small Business is the definitive resource for those who want their small businesses to be cutting- edge, competitive, profitable, and eco-conscious. Filled with stories from small business owners of all stripes, Greening Your Small Business addresses every aspect of going green, from basics such as recycling, reducing waste, energy efficiency, and reducing the IT footprint, to more in-depth concerns such as green marketing and communications, green business travel, and green employee benefits.
For companies too small to hire consultants to draft and implement green policies and practices, this guide is designed for easy use,
– Simple ways to make the workplace greener
– Two plans of action for going green (divided into two levels)
– Definitions for green terminology and jargon
About the Jennifer Kaplan
Jennifer Kaplan is a former marketing consultant who teaches college writing at the Culinary Institute of America and writes nonfiction. She was also named one of The 16 Women You Must Follow on Twitter for Green Business. She has four kids, a dog, a hamster, an MFA and an MBA – follow her on Twitter.
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