Go green this year with some simple decision changes in your day to day operations. Before you know it, YOU’LL be the one sharing eco marketing tips with YOUR colleagues. From digital to print choices, these seven easy tips will get your year started off right.
Is this the year you start wasting less? We’re posted a week of REALLY simple (like stupid simple) environmentally friendly changes you can make that put less in that endless waste stream.
From supporting eco-conscious printers to sponsoring zero waste events to giving love to businesses focused on sustainability, we had a great first year!
When was the last time you thought about alfalfa? Never? Well maybe it’s time you should. We look at this amazing little plant’s capabilities.
In the midst of holiday gift-buying and the ease of sites like Amazon, it’s important to remember how vital small businesses are. I’ll just come out and say it: I love small businesses. I love working with them. I love working for them. And, I also love shopping with them. I love helping them succeed. … Read More
Any business with a website has one because they’d like people to find them! (Right? Right??) So what do your potential customers see when they search for your business listing? Is it something like this? Or, is it something more like this? We’ve blurred the names to protect the innocent! Go ahead and Google your … Read More
Many Arizonans are either passionately on one side or the other of Prop 127. Others are split and really don’t know what to do. While some cast disparaging remarks about their misunderstanding of economics and a complex power grid, others accuse utility mogul APS of wielding control and dark money for their own self interest. … Read More
What started out as my simple intent to clarify Arizona’s Prop 127 has spiraled into a rabbit hole of research and complexity. I’m going to try to tackle it all and lay it out simply for people, like me, who aren’t immersed in the utility industry or who get that glazed look anytime sometime starts … Read More
As an outsider to the solar industry, I wasn’t sure what to expect at Solar Power International (SPI). Despite my research and attempts to stay up to date on solar technology, I had no idea, to quote one of my least favorite people, that: It’s gonna be HUUUUUUGE! Nerding out on my research beforehand via … Read More
One of the inspiring aspects of the Solar Power International (SPI) Conference is the presence of non-profit organizations associated with solar. Even if you had to squint to find them, these renewable energy organizations occupied a few small tables and made it clear how commercial interests could do a little good with their skills, knowledge … Read More