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Global Green Shows Seventh Generation the Love with Millennium Award

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Author: Seventh Generation

Global Green honored its 2012 Millennium Award recipients this past weekend, including our own John Replogle who accepted the Corporate Environmental Leadership Award. The Millennium Awards were established in 1996 to recognize and herald those whose lives and livelihood embody Global Green USA's mission of "fostering a global value shift toward a sustainable and secure world."

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Teaching a Generation to Fish

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There's a saying you've probably heard before, it goes something like, "Give a man a fish and he'll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he'll eat for a lifetime." Well, there's a group called Generation Enterprise and they're teaching the world's urban youth how to fish.

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Thank You for Helping Us Save 500,000 Trees

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Author: Seventh Generation

While you always know when you've helped the environment, it can be hard to know just how much. But there's a ticker on our home page that spells it out in black and white. And sometime today, it's passing a real milestone: The 500,000th tree saved from the axe.

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Breast Cancer Fund Celebrates 20 Years

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Author: Seventh Generation

The Breast Cancer Fund celebrates 20 years of groundbreaking work to prevent this devastating disease. Shelia Hollender, Devon Gill, and Susan Johnson were on hand to represent Seventh Generation at the Breast Cancer Fund Hero’s celebration at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, CA.

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Barnes Students Visit Seventh Generation for a Lesson in Sustainability

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What happens when sixty 4th and 5th graders descend on our offices?  A whole lot of fun, combined with a whole lot of learning!  Students from Mrs. Gordon's, Mrs. Smith's and Mr.

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Seventh Generation Joins Growing Movement to Oppose Expansion of Tar Sands

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Author: Chris Miller

At Seventh Generation, we have always sought to bring to market the most effective, natural, and sustainable household and personal care products.  Since the beginning, we have focused on designing products from plants, not petroleum.  We have worked hard to reduce, not just the environmental footprint of our products, but also the impact of how we get our products to market.  We manufacture ou

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Seventh Generation's Response to Silent Spring Institute

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Our Products Are Safe
Seventh Generation does not formulate products with any of the asthma-associated or endocrine disrupting substances identified by the Silent Spring Institute in their recent study.  Nor do we use ingredients that might reasonably contain trace levels of these substances.

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Why We Speak for the Trees

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Author: Chris Miller

At Seventh Generation, providing consumers with better paper products has been a core part of our business for almost 25 years. This commitment comes from a deeply held belief that precious, old-growth forests should never be cut down and turned into products we use to blow our noses or wipe spills off our kitchen counters.

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The Word of the Lorax Seems Perfectly Clear -- And Now Once Again It's One We'll All Hear

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Author: the Inkslinger

Who was the Lorax and what did he say?
Too many people can't tell you today
His is a message that's largely forgotten
And that's a fact that's largely rotten
So we're bringing him back for a happy reprise
And once more letting him speak for the trees

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