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Leading up to the upcoming “Greenest Show on Grass”, the zero-waste WM Phoenix Open golf tournament, a social media contest is offering a grand prize of a $5000 Home Depot gift certificate (for a green room makeover) to the best ‘going green’ video of 15 seconds or less. The Waste Management “Green in 15” contest […]
Taking steps to become eco-friendly can serve as a promotional bragging right, elevating the status of your business in the eyes of the consumer public. In short, it’s a win-win on the promo front. So if you’re looking for a few good ways to greenify when it comes to touting your business and your brand, […]
Debbie Hyde, from the UK tells us that she loves the site and routinely features our stories on an internet radio show she hosts on – Brooklands Radio. Talking with Debbie, we hatched out a small plan for her to have a special Ecopreneurist feature on her show every week! We are super stoked!
It’s All Good, an internet radio show on Brooklands Radio, features stories from Ecopreneurist every week. This week, on the volunteer run show, host Debbie Hyde will share the story of soleRebels, a high impact social enterprise in Ethiopia.
Tune in on Sundays at 21:00 GMT (4 pm EST).
It’s All Good, an internet radio show on Brooklands Radio, features stories from Ecopreneurist every week. This week, on the volunteer run show, host Debbie Hyde will talk about new business models, social media and it’s impact on business and not for profit organizations.
Tune in on Sundays at 21:00 GMT (4 pm EST).
If you are a startup entrepreneur or for that matter any entrepreneur or business executive, you know how to pitch your business or company. Then if you were really sharp, you had a short elevator pitch! But it seems like we may need to shorten that pitch even more!
Härnu is a new social networking platform that encourages people to connect with people around the world to discuss global issues, foreign news or just about anything – in their own languages. Härnu, which is Swedish for “here” and “now,” hopes to inspire people around the world to have direct conversations, form friendships, and talk about issues and news in their areas.
By now, Pinterest is a household name. Everyone is on it, pinning their hearts out. Although the grow rate for 2013 isn’t predicted to be as dramatic as it was in 2012, it’s safe to say, Pinterest will be with us for a while. Whether you’re pinning tonight’s dinner recipe or checking out some gift ideas, did you know you’re helping to make Pinterest a valuable marketing tool? Now, Pinterest is driving more traffic than Yahoo! search. If you haven’t hopped on this valuable wagon yet, I suggest you do that now.
JouleBug is a new free iPhone app that helps you cut out energy waste and save more than $200 a year. JouleBug was designed to encourage sustainable living through gaming and social interaction making it fun and simple! It combines the best parts of mobile gaming, social media, and educational tools and “rolls them all into a giant burrito of wonderment and awesome that’s free to download from the App Store.”
We are all aware now that social networking is here to stay and that the positive implications for social good are just now being tapped into. One project which has managed to tap into the social good in terms of healthcare is Socialblood- a social network which connects blood donors and recipients of the same blood type through Facebook.
Many technologies have grown rapidly in the last few years, and some of them are poised to change the way that we interact with each other over the next decade. One technology in particular, virtual reality, has the potential to change life as we know it and could even improve the condition of the environment. Once virtual reality has caught on, it can have a substantial impact cutting down on overall emissions by reducing our dependence on wasteful practices and interactions. Here are a few areas in which virtual reality could change the way that we interact with one another:
An excellent slideshow on the huge potential of cleanweb to scale clean technology and really make an impact with – reduced emissions, better lifestyles and a better, more powerful tomorrow.
Are you an entrepreneur who believes you can make a positive impact in the world without going broke? Are you a conscious business owner who finds attracting more clients or sell more products an ongoing struggle? Have you always longed to create a purpose driven business, but you are not quite sure how to do it, or don’t know what you want to sell?
Whether you are an aspiring social entrepreneur or already have a conscious, socially responsible business you want to take to the next level, you will get valuable information just by attending this FREE virtual event series- The Green Business Entrepreneurs Success Summit
Corporations often times leave us all thinking that they are the titans that will rule our world if we are not careful. In the case of Facebook, it has not been much of a target except for fears about its use of subscriber data. In a recent move the company announced that, inspired by the open source software model, they would initiate the Open Compute Project. After investing millions building a new data center in Prineville, Oregon the company announced all of the design specs for the data center. All of the specs were made public so others could easily emulate the data center, and it looks like Facebook is going green.
Recyclebank®, the company that rewards people for taking everyday green actions with discounts and deals from local and national businesses, has selected Badgeville’s Behavior Platform and Social Fabric to add sophisticated gamification techniques and online social experiences to enhance the online experience for its members, while increasing user engagement.
A pioneer in combining gaming mechanics with environmental good, Recyclebank has been recognized for using gamification to initiate changes in consumer behavior to help create a more sustainable future.
Planet People’s “Who Cares about this Planet?” challenge has a winner! Introducing Vikas Malhotra; committed to starting incentive based programs in his work place and his community to encourage more environmentally friendly and sustainable living.