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100 Cities for Change: Social Media Blasts
With over 35,000 followers the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce’s social media channels offer the superior exposure your business needs and deserves. Using our blog,
Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Digg, and YouTube we can start a buzz around your sustainable efforts.
U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce Featured in the Daily Times
Just more than a year ago, the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce was born when its predecessor, the Green Chamber of San Diego County, announced plans to expand nationwide.
The move was a push to extend the company education, advocacy and visibility provided by the local chamber to a broader audience. And it worked, said David Steel, chief executive officer for the nonprofit group, which is now more than 500 members strong, including San Francisco-basedEcotality Inc., the Cohn Restaurant Groupand several large hotels on both the East and West coasts.
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Visit Us At The 7th Annual SDG&E Energy Showcase
What: 7th Annual SDG&E Energy Showcase
When:May 11th, 7:00 AM- 12:00 PM
Where: Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina located at: 1380 Harbor
Island Drive, San Diego, CA 92101
Sustainable Brands 2012–Join us as the Sustainability, Brand Strategy and Innovation Communities convene to shape the future. Discover and participate in the sustainable brand revolution by collaborating to shift consumer demand, drive heretical innovation, and evolve the business case.
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Peter Zahn Weigh in on Solana Beach Plastic Bag Ban
Following the lead of local governments in other parts of California, Solana Beach has become the first city in San Diego County to introduce an ordinance prohibiting stores and restaurants from providing plastic shopping bags to their customers at the point of sale.
Some types of plastic bags, such as those used by supermarket customers to carry produce and meat to the checkout line, and by dry-cleaning shops, are still allowed under the new rules.
Sustainable LED Technology Outshines Incandescent Bulb
What’s practical, runs on electricity, and lasts 20 years?
The answer is “almost nothing.” In 20 years our current cell phones, IPADs, GPS
locators, routers,computers,laptops, stereo receivers, and their
cordless cousins will all have given up the digital ghost just a few