All BCorps strive to be best for the world. They set the bar for businesses seeking to have a positive and environmental impact. We join our fellow BCorps in working to create a healthier planet, not just a profit, year round.
In honor of Earth Day, we wish to congratulate 84 of our fellow Certified BCorps for being the best of the best! The BCorp Best For the Environment Honorees have earned an environmental score in the top 10% of all Certified B Corporations on the B Impact Assessment, a comprehensive assessment of a company’s impact on its workers, community, and the environment. Check out the full list and meet some companies that inspire us!
Thank you for helping us succeed where it truly matters and please join us in congratulating this year’s Best for the Environment Honorees.
Want to join the movement? Visit bthechange.com for more details.
Thank you Mother.
Plain and simple, if not for you, we could not breathe. We could not eat, and, we could not receive quench for our thirst. It all comes because you’ve been so resilient, and so forgiving. You’ve taken care of our needs for millions of years, never asking for anything in return.
Want to help save the environment, but don’t know where to start? What better place than in your home! You think one person can’t make a difference? Wrong! If one person recycles just one aluminum can, that one can saves enough energy to run your television for three hours, so now imagine if instead of one person we all recycled? A few changes can go a long way. Here are 15 easy household changes that can and will make a difference for our environment.
This year marks the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day, and although much progress has been made since those early days, the earth is still in need of our appreciation, support, and protection. (To learn more about how Earth Day started, check out our post on Denis Hayes, the coordinator of the first Earth Day.)
If you’re looking for a good way to celebrate this year, consider these ideas:
Now the world’s most widely observed secular holiday, Earth Day started back in 1970 as the brainchild of then-Wisconsin Sen. Gaylord Nelson, who was moved to action by a huge oil spill in California in 1969. Hoping to model the environmental movement after the student anti-war movement, Nelson chose the young Denis Hayes, in his mid-20s at the time, to spearhead the Earth Day campaign.
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