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    Going Green: Two choices As electricity rates increase, Michiganders are being forced to dig deeper into their pockets to pay their electrical, water and gas bills. With a record setting winter and rising energy cost, consumers are facing record high bills. The U.S. Energy Information Administration shows that since 2012, energy rates have increased 4.3%. One midland residence family, faced a bill of $660 in the December through January billing period. This is leading many consumers to search out

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    However, individuals relentlessly dismiss the issue by being nonchalant and inconsiderate. Furthermore, going green has generated intense controversy: some feel strongly that their individual contribution to society is worthless; while, others firmly advocate that becoming ecologically aware helps prevent possible changes in the atmosphere, resulting from global warming. Certainly, going green can prevent climate change in our environment by conserving energy, by reducing the health risks associated

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    Going Green

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    “GOING GREEN” Number of Words: 1288 CONTENT 1. Introduction………………………………………………………. 3 2. “Going Green” 4 2.1. Description 4 2.2. Happenings 4 3. Hotel’s standpoint 5 3.1. “Going Green” in the Hospitality Industry 5 3.2. “LEED” Certificate 5 3.3. Examples of Change 5 4. Acting 7 4.1 Advantages 7 4.2 Disadvantages 7 5. Conclusion…………………………………………..……………… 8 6. Reference List………………………………………………..….. 9 6.1 Internet………………………………………………………………………………….………………9

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    attempts to illustrate the differences between going green and greenwashing and how that affects corporate social responsibility within the City of Vancouver as an organization. Fifteen scholarly journal articles have been used to further support this discussion and provide insight into the world of greenwashing and it’s linkages to corporate social responsibility. This paper will attempt to confirm that the City of Vancouver’s efforts of going green feed into their corporate social responsibility

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    Going Green

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    Eight Ways To Go Green Some people only get involved in the environment on Earth Day. You can make Earth Day every day by just making a few changes in your daily routine. Not only will you be helping the environment, but you will probably save money in the long run and live a much healthier life. Here are eight ways that you can go green. 1.) Re-Route Your Commute Walking or biking is ideal to get to your job or go to school. Not only is this healthy for the environment, but for you too. If

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    Going green is a phrase that has swept America back and forth multiple times over the past few decades. No matter where one is to go, a person is likely to see something that contributes to the environment. This could be anything from community cleanup programs, to designated bins for trash and recyclables. Even the way buildings are made contribute to the topic of going green. One reason why industries take up the theme of going green is to the fact that there is money to be made. Minimizing waste

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    plastic. Another organization hat, like Burt's Bees, is going green, is Tom's of Maine. Burt’s Bees that is going green is Tom's Of Maine. The main goal of the company in going green was to be able to make more profits. Large number of consumers have started buying organic and natural products. According to Loren Berlin, the United States consumers have purchased $8.2 billion in organic products. Another reason the company decided to go green was to help the

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    & Barbaro-Forleo, 2001). They have increased their consumption of green products, which have in turn increased the focus on green marketing. Green marketing is the development of a marketing mix which caters to a specific target market who desire products/services which are environmentally friendly (Priebe, 2010). The following assignment attempts to shed more light on the trend of environmentalism and the concept of “going green”. The assignment begins with a brief historical overview of the trend

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    some natural resource to the final product. There are many ways in which we can reduce the negative impact in which we have on the environment, many of them are low or no cost actions that we can implement on a daily basis. The whole theory of going green is so that we can all put forth an effort to switch to clean renewable energy sources. By purchasing products that can be recycled it show that we are using our money as a voting tool by choosing to do so. Renewable Energy Analysis The first example

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    Wasted Green on Going Green Essay

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    amount of energy it takes to produce a car can actually offset the amount of emissions emitted throughout a car's lifetime. When thinking about energy efficiency, the ultimate “green car”, the Prius, is actually one of the sources of the worse pollution in North America! (Demorro). The Toyota Prius, known as the most iconic “green” car, earns itself the most miles per gallon with the efficiency of using two engines, one of them being an electric. Controversially, the electric engine heavily relies on

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