Month: February 2017

R.I.P., Trailblazer David Burwell

For some years, walker and bicyclist friends of mine have talked about outdoor pleasures found along the Baltimore and Annapolis (B&A) Trail running 13 mi. from Annapolis to Glen Burnie, MD. There are 2 stops along the way where food/refreshments

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Not St. Paddy’s Day (yet) but let’s have a look at “Green Beer” – 2

Last week’s post left off by stating that Guinness Storehouse No. 4 is now a carbon-neutral building. Meanwhile, in Mills River, NC, Sierra Nevada’s new brewery was opened in 2014. LEED® Platinum certification was awarded last year. USGBC magazine writer

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Not St. Paddy’s Day (yet) but let’s have a look at “Green Beer” – 1

Several summers ago, a memorable family trip to find ancestral roots in Ireland, among objectives, was had. During our stay in Dublin, we 5 toured the Guinness St. James Gate Storehouse and, of course, found  time to drink a free

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Greenwash or Raw Milk for Big Business? Looking at Colgate-Palmolive

For some reason, global consumer products company Colgate-Palmolive was not among the 154 companies that signed the 2015 American Business Act on Climate Pledge. Competitors Proctor & Gamble and Unilever were. (I’ve written about others which committed–several on Goldman Sachs and

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