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Be a Corporate Sustainability Game-Changer: Upcoming Seminar

This is a sponsored post. How do we implement sustainability strategies to mitigate financial and operational risks in today’s business landscape? Become a Sustainability Game-Changer  Political policy and government intervention has proved to be too limited and slow to act in order to drive rapid, far-reaching change. Business and industry are emerging as the crucial change agents to accomplish significant transformation.
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#MadeInAmericaFest Labor Day Weekend & Cleanup Efforts

*This is a sponsored post. Still looking for holiday weekend plans? Philadelphia's Budweiser Made In America tour returns over Labor Day Weekend on the Ben Franklin Parkway for the third consecutive year. The festival benefits the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey and United Way of Lancaster County. Made in America - Philanthropy & Cleanup Efforts Budweiser hosted a Penn's Landing cleanup on Saturday, August 23rd. Over 300 volunteers joined the cleanup sponsored by Budweiser, Living Lands & Waters and Partnership of the Delaware Estuary including  trash pick-up and storm draining markings.
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How Natural Gas Affects our Local Economy

This post is brought to you by Solar States. We may have heard mixed messages about Hydraulic fracturing or “fracking”: it’s good for the local economy because we do not have to import it/it is a “transition fuel” however, the  contaminated water, radioactive water and threat of pipelines locally outweigh any of these menial pros that fracking fans may conjure up.  Plus, continuing to risk natural resources as Governor Tom Corbett recently signed legislation allowing fracking in state forests and parks. Continuing to risk natural resources- especially spaces that were once protected by state and national law - is unacceptable. There's good news though:  We already have an acceptable alternative that works locally: solar.
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