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The 2016 Southeast Green Sustainable Corporate Gift

Southeast Green Sustainable CorporateIt's here! We've hand picked a gift your company can be proud to give. With an eye towards organic yummies and significantly reduced waste this corporate gift will reflect many aspects of gift giving which is care and thoughtfulness without all the extra stuff that creates huge amounts of trash going to the landfill. Feel good about what you give and what you don't.

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Three Tips to Green Your Corporate Gift Giving

In Part two of Sustainable Gift Giving, 3 tips are shared for how to make your corporate gifts more sustainable and how by making it more sustainable your save money to make your gifts for meaningful. Did Beth leave something out? Like what you see? Give it a thumbs up and share.

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What if Corporate Gift Giving was more sustainable?

Some things just keep Beth Bond, Curator of Sustainable News at Southeast Green, up at night. Like why does so much stuff in a gift basket end up in the garbage immediately? In this 3 part series Beth discusses ways to rethink the corporate gift basket. Episode 1 focuses on all that angst that keeps Beth up at night.

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Clean and Green Eco-Friendly Ways To Clean Up After The Holidays

It’s safe to say the holidays are over, and it’s time for some clean up, a process that can cause quite a bit of stress and anxiety. Valentine’s Day cards are already lining the store shelves; Christmas themed commercials have stopped playing, and everyone is back to their routines. It’s safe to say the holidays are over, and it’s time for some clean up, a process that can cause quite a bit of stress and anxiety. Streamline the process and help the environment by making the most of the task ahead of you.

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Three Simple “Tricks” to Reduce Waste on Halloween

On Halloween we make light of our fears. We dress as scary figures for fun and enjoy celebrating what frightens us most. But for environmentalists, this $7 billion dollar disposable holiday is more like a nightmare come true. Putting the “eek” into eek-o-friendly, the waste created by 41 million trick-or-treaters prowling the streets doesn’t just vanish with the creatures of the night.

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