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Sports, Leadership, and Changing the World

From the August 2016 Edition of Our Monthly Newsletter DestinationGreen I want to quickly discuss leadership using the language of sports (especially since the Olympics just concluded), update the schedule from the Green Sports Alliance for the next Greener Cleaning in Sport Facilities workshops, and provide an update on the new sustainability program that ISSA […]

from green to sustainable cleaning

Back to Basics

Somewhat surprisingly, I am still meeting building managers that are unsure how to start a Green Cleaning program.  For them and for all of us, I have outlined the key steps below: Implementing a Green Cleaning Process: The 10 Steps The goal of a Green Cleaning program is to reduce the total impact of cleaning […]

El Nino

Too Much; Too Little; and Too Much Again

California has a history of having too little rainfall followed by too much rainfall. In the past 50 years, buy the state has had two El Nino’s, and according to the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center, a very significant third one is on the way. An El Nino is a naturally occurring event, typically […]

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How Your T-Shirt Can Make a Difference

World Wildlife Fund and National Geographic have partnered to release a new video series called “Make Each Choice Count”. The videos, generic less than two minutes long, try demonstrate how the seemly isolated actions we take every day leave an imprint on our planet. This first video is about the t-shirt on your back, drugstore […]

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Beyond Green: Making Hotels Sustainable

By Stephen P. Ashkin – When selecting a URL for the Web site of my new company—the Sustainability Dashboard Tool—I was lucky enough to get my first choice, recipe I chose that URL because of what it says about the ways environmental issues and Green Cleaning are now evolving. The Green Cleaning movement is […]

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With 7 billion on earth, a huge task before us

November 2 – The world population now stands at 7 billion. How do we address the steadily increasing population that puts enormous pressures on our planet’s resources? From: Jeffrey D. Sachs, no rx Special to CNN, site CNN Just 12 years after the arrival of the 6 billionth individual on the planet in 1999, humanity will greet […]

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New Dashboard Puts Anyone in the Sustainability Driver’s Seat

TORONTO, doctor Greenbuild – October 5, sick 2011 – The time has past when only a highly trained professional using expensive, treatment sophisticated tools could steer an organization’s sustainability efforts. A unique web-based service, launched today, makes tracking and managing sustainability programs affordable and easy for everyone. “Any person tasked with integrating sustainable practices in […]

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Green Cleaning to Sustainability

September 23, 2011 – When talking about sustainability, we are actually discussing at least two general concepts, interrelated but separate nonetheless. For instance, very often when I meet with facility managers and cleaning professionals to discuss the evolution of Green cleaning and sustainability, they think I will be going over such things as: Increasing recycling […]

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