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One Percent For The Planet is a global network of businesses, small and large, representing a diverse range of industries and personalities, committed to the preservation and restoration of the natural environment. Members contribute 1% of sales to environmental causes, ensuring the sustainability of our planet and their business. One Percent is an active, customized organization that welcomes individuals, entrepreneurs and corporations in their support of nonprofit organizations engaged in efforts to minimize negative environmental impact. Visit 1% For The Planet >

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1% for the Planet
09/22/2014
Why is investing in local food initiatives important for the planet? Join Woody Tasch of Slow Money and Janie Hoffman of Mamma Chia on a 1% for the Planet webinar on Wednesday, September 24 to learn why investing in local food is important for the environment. The webinar will include opportunities for your questions, as well as specific ideas about how you can get involved in local food system investing. We can't wait for this discussion! RSVP: jon@onepercentfortheplanet.org.
1% for the Planet
09/20/2014
Happy International Coastal Cleanup Day!
1% for the Planet
09/20/2014
This is a big weekend for the environment. Today is International Coastal Cleanup Day! Many of 1% for the Planet member Jack Johnson's All At Once partners are hosting local cleanup events - more details below.
Nick Ochoa
09/18/2014
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RT @green_interview: Looking forward to next weekend: hosting David Suzuki's Blue Dot tour in Halifax, Summerside and Saint John NB. [more…]
09/22/2014
Thanks to everyone who came out to @eatxne. We hope you had as much fun as this guy: http://t.co/mIsyHAD8WU #localfood #localfun [more…]
09/22/2014
RT @VTGardenNetwork: Hurray for @eatxne & @1percentftp Come to Oakledge Park #btv for local food, drink, music & fun! http://t.co/U2tB2mWg… [more…]
09/20/2014
. @SlowMoney @MammaChia #1percentftp Webinar RSVP to jon@onepercentfortheplanet.org [more…]
09/18/2014
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