Tag Archives: E-waste

OG Joins As You Sow for an Event Offering a Look Into the Shocking Future of Fracking in LA and Other Cities

OG Joins As You Sow for an Event Offering a Look Into the Shocking Future of Fracking in LA and Other Cities

Posted on 30. Oct, 2011 by .

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On Tuesday, October 25, As You Sow held their “No Fracking Way!” fundraiser at Space 150 offices in Venice, CA. Founded in 1992, the nonprofit has been working with corporations to introduce shareholder resolutions that, in the words of Chief Executive Officer Andrew Behar, “bring them into integrity” on energy use, environmental health, waste management, and human rights.

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No Fracking Way! A Fundraiser for “As You Sow”

No Fracking Way! A Fundraiser for “As You Sow”

Posted on 17. Oct, 2011 by .

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Join As You Sow in Venice Beach on Tuesday, October 25th and see a wave of environmental advocacy emerge during a lively discussion on engaging business through shareholder action. Learn how Andy Behar, President of As You Sow, is pressing for change from within the boardrooms of major frackers including Exxon, Chevron, and Ultra Petroleum.

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Thought the 8-track Would Never Make a Comeback? E-Waste: How Markets Are Solving Environmental Challenges

Thought the 8-track Would Never Make a Comeback? E-Waste: How Markets Are Solving Environmental Challenges

Posted on 12. Apr, 2011 by .

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  You probably thought the Walkman, fan-like floppy disks, and VCRs were gone for good, but they’re coming back—as pollutants. Electronic devices contain harmful toxins such as mercury, cadmium, and […]

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Using Music to Inspire a Greener Future

Using Music to Inspire a Greener Future

Posted on 17. Feb, 2011 by .

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The amount of electronic products discarded globally has skyrocketed with 20-50 million tons generated each year. Electronic waste now makes up 5% of all municipal solid waste worldwide. Today’s progressive music labels are creating in-depth programs to address the redesign and management of such materials, thanks to the influence from fans, artists, touring companies and the electronics industry itself.

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