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  • / Marketing

    eBay undertakes an ambitious green initiative

    EBay Inc. has committed to reducing its carbon footprint by 15% by 2012. The company says it will make that goal by committing to energy efficiency and conservation, and by continuing to invest in renewable energy.

    Posted 10/13/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    EBay Inc. has committed to reducing its carbon footprint by 15% by 2012. The company says it will make that goal by committing to energy efficiency and conservation, and by continuing to invest in renewable energy.
  • / Technology

    Internet and e-retail execs give their companies poor marks for going green

    70% of executives think it’s very important to reduce carbon footprint, but only 2% give their companies an A for ecologically friendly policies, according to a survey by the Business Performance Management Forum.

    Posted 02/17/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    70% of executives think it’s very important to reduce carbon footprint, but only 2% give their companies an A for ecologically friendly policies, according to a survey by the Business Performance Management Forum.
  • / Press Release

    flowerpetal.com and Carbonfund.org Partner to save Thousands of Metric Tons of CO2 this Valentine’s Day

    etailer calls on all other flower distributors to join in reducing CO2 emissions February 07, 2007 (Chicago, IL) – flowerpetal.com and Carbonfund.org are taking a stand against destroying the environment for the sake of love this Valentine’s Day. These companies are partnering to offset the emissions created through the distribution and delivery of flowers on February 14th, 2007. “Utilizing Carbonfund.org’s Carbonfree™ shipping application to...

    Posted 02/07/2007

    etailer calls on all other flower distributors to join in reducing CO2 emissions February 07, 2007 (Chicago, IL) – flowerpetal.com and Carbonfund.org are taking a stand against destroying the environment for the sake of love this Valentine’s Day. These companies are partnering to offset the…
  • / Press Release

    UPS Offers Shippers "Green" Option To Offset Carbon Dioxide

    ATLANTA, Oct. 6, 2009 – UPS (NYSE:UPS) today became the first small package carrier to offer its customers the ability to offset the carbon dioxide emissions generated by the transport of their packages within the United States. Under the UPS carbon neutral program, UPS will offer U.S. shippers the option of paying a small fee to calculate and offset the climate impact of the shipment of each of their packages. Detailed information about UPS...

    Posted 10/06/2009

    ATLANTA, Oct. 6, 2009 – UPS (NYSE:UPS) today became the first small package carrier to offer its customers the ability to offset the carbon dioxide emissions generated by the transport of their packages within the United States. Under the UPS carbon neutral program, UPS will offer U.S. shippers…

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