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The New Pepsi Challenge: Beating Coke to Produce A 100% Petroleum-Free Plastic Bottle

The New Pepsi Challenge: Beating Coke to Produce A 100% Petroleum-Free Plastic Bottle

According to this Treehugger article, in 2012 PepsiCo will be testing their 100% plant-based (and recyclable) bottles.  Unlike SunChips's unsuccessful 2010 test of green packaging (which recently has been redesigned), Pepsi's bottles will "look and feel just like the regular plastic bottles" customers are accustomed to using. (more…)

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How Fox News Debunks Global Warming

How Fox News Debunks Global Warming

This Treehugger article brings attention to an ad a Fox News journalist posted requesting a source to "point out the ridiculousness" of statements Al Gore recently made on the effects of global warming, even if the person accepts  "the somewhat-implausible argument."  This blatant desperation for anyone, regardless of qualifications or true beliefs on climate change, […]

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Canon Marketing Campaign Highlights Green Hype Problem Among Electronics Manufacturers

Canon Marketing Campaign Highlights Green Hype Problem Among Electronics Manufacturers

This piece by Jaymi Heimbuch in TreeHugger, examines Canon's new green campaign, GreenNation. While it may appear that Canon's new product line is making strides in sustainability, upon closer investigation Jaymi discovers that Canon's claims far exceed the actions they're taking to differentiate their product. (more…)

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News Corp. Going Carbon Neutral, Fox News Still Going Nuts

News Corp. Going Carbon Neutral, Fox News Still Going Nuts

Treehugger posted an interesting piece the other day that show just how blatantly some media outlets are confusing the climate change issue in the eyes of the American public. Fox News is notorious for spinning climate change as a hoax, propoganda and not something to be taken seriously. And yet, Fox's owner, News Corp, must […]

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Best Buy: Chamber of Commerce Doesn't Speak For Us On Climate Change

Best Buy: Chamber of Commerce Doesn’t Speak For Us On Climate Change

Many companies have used their environmental initiatives to position their brand. But it's more interesting when corporations take a position on climate change because it is such a polarizing issue right now. Best Buy has stated that it does not agree with the US Chamber of Commerce's position on climate. In addition, the corporation will […]

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