Go Green

3 Events Not to Miss in Boston

General Assembly + DoneGood Present: An Interactive Event on the B Corp Movement Wednesday, July 27 at 6:30 pm: 51 Melcher Street, Boston...

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6 Reasons Why Every Startup Should Become a B Corporation

You may have heard about B Corporations or seen their logo but are still unsure what they are. In short, B Corps are “certified by the...

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Company Collects Big Fees to Compost–Then Dumps Everything in the Trash Anyway

Have you ever wanted to do good, tried hard to do good, went to great lengths to do good, but then it turns out what you did – through no...

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Greening Your Beauty Routine: The Basics

There are more beauty products out there than I can count. Every time I open a magazine, there’s a new advertisement for a lip-gloss, a...

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Second Hand Economy

When it comes to clothes and changing fashion trends, conscious consumers face a tough tradeoff.  It often feels like a tricky balance...

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Grocery Store Guide: When to Buy Organic?

Organic food can be one of the first steps people take toward becoming a more sustainable consumer. Whether you are worried about the...

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How Your Food Choices Affect the Climate

I frequently try to find ways to reduce my carbon footprint, and as a hamburger-lover, I tried to ignore the impact of my diet for a long...

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Local Spotlight: Rachael at the Irving House

Since 1990, Rachael Solem has been owner and manager of Irving House, a local Cambridge bed and breakfast. Through running this guesthouse...

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Think Big, Shop Small: Boston’s Sustainable Boutique Jeweler

Sophie Hughes, a local business owner and jewelry designer in Boston, is a prime example of what businesses can do when they have their own...

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The True Cost of Fast Fashion

In a world where information travels across the globe in less than a second, it almost makes sense that we want our fashion trends to...

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