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Meet the Volleyball Player Shaking Up the College Uniform Industry

Ellie Ezekiel was not satisfied. As a student representative on Franklin & Marshall College’s Sustainability Committee and intern for...

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A Return to Real

When many large companies are considering a new product line, the primary drivers for consideration are demand, cost, and margin. How many...

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Healthy Local Food for All

DoneGood is thrilled to partner with the Sustainable Business Network of Massachusetts as the official app of SBN’s spectacular ...

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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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Looking to Create High-Performance Teams? Add Women

Want to have more productive and high-performance teams in your workplace? Research shows that the answer may be simple: add more women....

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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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Want to Start a Revolution? Eat This Sandwich

A fast food restaurant is attempting to ignite a revolution in its industry. It’s up to us if they succeed. But first, an...

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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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What’s in Your Makeup?

The average consumer uses about 9 body products on their skin daily, exposing themselves to nearly 130 chemicals a day. Women who use...

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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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