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We believe in the power of 1Thing.

Our company’s 1Thing Sustainability Initiative promotes positive environmental practices and living. We know that if everyone did just 1Thing to improve the environment every day, our world would be a better place to live in for generations to come.

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4 Ways to Go Ghoulishly Green for Halloween

Halloween is just around the corner, which means it’s time to have some spooky fun.
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Poppy, Cole Swindell, Slash

Poppy, MAX, Cole Swindell, Ann Wilson, Slash All Do 1THING to Help Our Environment

What are your favorite musicians doing to help the environment? Find out here:
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1Thing: A new Boston startup is eliminating plastic waste by making reusable bottles for household cleaning supplies

In an effort to curb the amount of plastic everyday Americans use, a Boston startup is finding a way to make reusable bottles for home cleaning products. Started earlier this year, ThreeMain sells aluminum bottles to customers guaranteed to last a lifetime . Instead of returning to the store on a...
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1Thing: Boston restaurants getting on board with #SkipTheStraw campaign

In an effort to protect marine life, restaurants and cafés in Boston are beginning to eliminate single-use plastic straws from their circulation. Eastern Standard—a well-known restaurant in Kenmore Square—made waves earlier this year when they announced they would be participating in the #...
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Drake, Billie Joe Armstrong, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton

World Environment Day: 8 Eco-Friendly Musicians We Love

Happy World Environment Day! Today, we’re celebrating by recognizing some of our favorite green musicians but, don’t be intimidated by their superstar contributions. We’ll explain how you can join in on the eco-friendly fun too!
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Clean Bottles: Boston startup creates sanitary reusable water bottle

Using a reusable water bottle is an easy way to live sustainably. But, many reusable bottles end up growing dangerous germs or mold because they are difficult to clean, so they are thrown out. Even when they are cleaned, a normal water bottle can grow mold in and around the nozzle because there is...
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Green commutes: Protected bike lanes arrive on Comm Ave

Over the past week, the city of Boston has been finishing renovations on the Boston University Bridge that began last summer as a part of Imagine Boston 2030. The project will further Boston 2030’s plan to have no fatal crashes in Boston, as well as to get to a carbon neutral city, by protecting...
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Boston startup Rocketbook looking to save trees with sustainable notebooks

Every year in the United States, about one billion trees worth of paper are thrown away. Boston-based startup Rocketbook is looking to change that with their sustainable notebooks for the digital age. Their notebooks are re-usable indefinitely, and unlike a laptop, they won’t run out of charge...
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Boston GreenFest: 11th annual sustainability festival at City Hall Plaza

On the first weekend of August, the 11th annual Boston GreenFest will be taking place at Boston's City Hall Plaza. The three-day fest aims to create a sustainable world by empowering its attendees to live green. It also strives to create a green festival through not allowing bottled water on site,...
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Food for All: Environmentally sustainable take-out comes to Boston

Every year billions of dollars worth of food is wasted in the United States, yet some people still go hungry. Food for All is looking to change that. Food for All is an app that allows local restaurants to sell their food right before closing, for at least half the normal price. The app is...
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