Gorgeous WEwood Watches Made of Salvaged Wood on Sale in Egypt

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When they opened a branch in Los Angeles, WEwood teamed up with American Forests – a tree-planting organization. “In just the first three months, WEwood planted 5,000 trees with American Forests, and sets challenging targets for 2012 and beyond.

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WEwood has teamed up with American Forests, an organization that encourages tree plantation. The management of WEwood has already achieved substantial success and in the first three months and has planted over 5,000 trees in association with American Forests.

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Eco-Friendly Cartridges Motivate Corporations to Go Green and Cuts Cost

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Get Smart Cartridges Provide Alternative Ink Solutions for Popular Printer Brands Portland, OR, February 2012 : On February 16th, 2012 Get Smart Cartridges launched an environmentally friendly ink and toner alternative for small businesses and large corporations seeking to “Go Green.”

Samsill Branches into Raw Ring Binders

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Fort Worth, TX, April 2012 : Samsill, the largest independently owned manufacture of three-ring binders has now added raw binders to their diverse line of ring binders.

Do Good, Look Great, with Roozt’s Perfect (Green) Summer Must-Haves

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to environmental organizations such as American Forests and The Blue Project. Guest post by Amy Rasplika. Roozt.com is on a mission to find the coolest, sexiest cause-related brands with the most inspiring stories attached. In a phrase, we are “bringing sexy back to giving back”.

On non-use values, second best, job creation and other oddly related things

Environmental Economics

The government set aside millions of acres of forest to protect the owl, but the bird’s population continues to decline — a 40 percent slide in 25 years. By removing selected barred owls and better managing forests, officials can give communities, foresters and land managers in three states important tools to promote healthier and more productive forests, Salazar said.