Megan Brown's Blog Archive
Megan manages client relations to ensure clients receive compelling marketing and communications support. She is responsible for educating clients and providing best practices for messaging their commitment. Before joining Renewable Choice, she worked for InterCall developing marketing support tools for managing channel partners. She also managed creative development for Fortune 500 clients at Digitas, an integrated marketing agency. Megan graduated with a B.A. from Bucknell University.
You are probably wondering what the 4Ps of sustainability are.
I’ll get to this inquiry; but first I want to introduce you to a quirky and progressive company, Gold’n Plump. One of the many perks about working in the sustainability industry is that I... [more]
A new report found that with policy support, renewable sources of energy could meet 80% of global energy demand by 2050. Learn more.
A recent report compiled by over 120 experts and approved by member countries of the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), found that renewable sources of energy... [more]
On Earth Day, the EPA thanked clean energy providers for their efforts in helping grow the Green Power Partnership.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sent out a newsletter last week that recognized and thanked the green power suppliers that have provided renewable energy credits (RECs) to the most... [more]
NSAA has added a carbon emissions reduction competition to its Sustainable Slopes program; Climate Challenge.
The National Ski Areas Association (NSAA) has added a carbon emissions reduction competition to its Sustainable Slopes program. With the launch of the Climate Challenge program, NSAA has... [more]
Many people fear high costs of incorporating sustainability into the design and building process, especially in today’s economy.
In reality, there is no significant difference in the cost of building green, as compared to non-green buildings. Even though construction costs have risen dramatically over the past... [more]
There are lots of definitions, explanations, polls and evolving research on ‘Greenwashing.’
It is a hot topic of conversation and consumers are getting more involved in the process. So how do you communicate your environmental practices, initiatives and goals more... [more]
These are popular myths that companies like Wal-Mart are addressing.
There are many organizations that continually come up with reasons why corporate sustainability won’t work for their business. There are people that believe... [more]
This green office supplier is engaging its customers to reduce the impact of shipping orders.
Dolphin Blue, a sixteen-year old online retailer of environmentally conscious office supplies announced its partnership with Renewable Choice to offer the Round... [more]
Juniata is ranked #2 in the Landmark collegiate athletic conference.
The EPA’s Green Power Partnership recognizes governments, businesses, communities, and colleges for their commitment to supporting green power. Through... [more]
Suppliers should be submitting their sustainability index assessment.
Walmart's Sustainability Index, the Sustainability Consortium and its Assessment of suppliers is generating buzz and raising questions. There are many... [more]
These two companies scored the highest in the furniture and appliance categories of the Climate Counts score.
Climate Counts is a non-profit that brings together consumers and companies. It encouragesresponsibility for the climate from corporations and... [more]
First it made a landmark commitment to wind power, then Steelcase decided to educate and share the results.
In March of 2008, a new milestone was set when Renewable Choice brought together Steelcase and John Deere to develop a new way to finance wind power... [more]
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