State: New Jersey

E+Co - Energy Cures

383 Franklin Street, Bloomfield, New Jersey, USA, 7003 - View Map

www.EandCo.net

Energy Cures: End Poverty & Protect the Planet

E+Co's mission is to empower local small amd medium businesses that supply clean, modern and affordable energy to households, businesses and communities in developing countries. It provides business development support and investment to entrepreneurs. Since E+Co's inception, it has mobilized over $150 million for clean energy enterprises. These enterprises are providing energy to over 3.6 million people and offsetting over 2 million tons of CO2 annually. E+Co's Energy Cures campaign is a grassroots movement to support clean energy businesses.

Phone: 1-973-680-9100

DSN Information Products, LLC

130 Kinderkamack Rd, Park Ridge, New Jersey, USA, 7656 - View Map

www.dsninfofan.com

eco-friendly pocket reference guide on green living

The INFOFAN is a great pocket reference guide suitable for personal use, fundraising and a valuable tool to promote your business or brand.There are many INFOFAN to choose from-green living, wine, golf, beach, bbq, to name a few. Each INFOFAN is packaged in a 3 1/2 x 2 3/4" pocket pack and contains valuable tips, common sense terms and valuable information. This item will last for years. Good thing too, because it can be used everyday. The INFOFAN is made of seven sheets of durable .30mm plastic. It is washable , recyclable, and printed with soy-based inks. Connected together with a grommet, the pages of the INFOFAN can be spun out and read easily. Learn how to recycle and reuse our limited resources. This pocket reference guide includes tips on how to reduce, reuse, recycle, and more. The Green INFOFAN is perfect for you and your friends, because we all know everyone has questions on the best green practices and how to save money and energy.

Phone: 201.391.1200

My Conscience, My Choice

130 Park Avenue, Hoboken, New Jersey, United States, 07030 - View Map

www.myconsciencemychoice.com

Connecting mindful consumers with conscience-driven brands weekly

A resource for finding the best eco-friendly, cruelty-free and all-natural product alternatives to commonly purchased products. Weekly brand-to-brand comparisons independently chosen by editor feature specific product substitutes from conscience-driven brands. The site connects a community of mindful consumers who aspire to lead conscience-driven lifestyles with pioneering brands.  App being developed.

Phone: 9177698749

Mahwah, New Jersey - View Map

groovyglobe.net

100% organic men's & women's tee shirts and canvas tote bags.

Phone: 201.661.8753

Premier Facility Management Booth#439

189 Berdan Avenue, PMB 152, Wayne, New Jersey, USA, 07470 - View Map

www.pfmgreen.com

A Global Link to Sustained Green Programs

Premier Facility Management (PFM) is a leader in sustainable green programs. PFM programs are designed to meet the needs of today’s industry with specialized services that offer economical alternatives: • Outdated sanitation methodologies • Curbside source separation programs • Obsolete inventory control • Sensitive product green destruction • Customize waste equipment • Bankruptcy asset programs - post auction waste minimization....Call for a FREE waste audit site survey

Phone: 800-877-7475

Saint Peter's University

2641 Kennedy Blvd, Jersey City, New Jersey, USA, 07306 - View Map

www.saintpeters.edu/sustainability/

Saint Peter’s University, inspired by its http://www.saintpeters.edu/jesuit-identity/#identity">Jesuit, Catholic identity, commitment to http://www.saintpeters.edu/jesuit-identity/#attention">individual attention and grounding in the http://www.saintpeters.edu/jesuit-identity/#liberal">liberal arts, educates a http://www.saintpeters.edu/jesuit-identity/#community">diverse community of learners in undergraduate, graduate and professional programs to http://www.saintpeters.edu/jesuit-identity/#excel">excel intellectually, http://www.saintpeters.edu/jesuit-identity/#lead">lead ethically, http://www.saintpeters.edu/jesuit-identity/#serve">serve compassionately and http://www.saintpeters.edu/jesuit-identity/#promote">promote justice in our ever-changing urban and global environment.

President Cornacchia signed the http://www.presidentsclimatecommitment.org/html/commitment.php">American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) pledging to continue to be an early adopter of environmentally friendly solutions (http://www.saintpeters.edu/sustainability/files/2012/06/climateactionplan.pdf">Climate Action Plan). Solar arrays on top of buildings generate electricity on campus. A cogeneration plant produces both low carbon heat and electricity for academic buildings on the West Campus. Saint Peter’s remaining electricity is purchased off campus: 100 percent renewable energy generated by wind power.

Saint Peter's new http://www.saintpeters.edu/news/2013/02/08/saint-peters-university-to-host-green-energy-command-center-ribbon-cutting/">Green Energy Command Center serves as the nucleus of the entire initiative as it is filled with software and equipment that tracks the amount and type of energy being used on campus, the total amount of energy savings and data on the carbon saving benefits.  This center will serve as a learning laboratory and will be used as an educational tool for students from a wide range of academic programs.

SPC Students can join http://www.saintpeters.edu/students-against-violating-the-earth-s-a-v-e/" title="Hello world!">S.A.V.E. (Students Against Violating the Earth), which sponsors environmental activities which are often service-based.

The http://www.saintpeters.edu/environmental-studies/">Environmental Studies major. http://www.saintpeters.edu/social-justice/">Social Justice minor, and http://www.saintpeters.edu/biology/">Environmental Science concentration offer new learning opportunities for students entering our ever-greening economy, and increases the presence of Saint Peter’s as a socially and ecologically responsible institute of higher education.

Phone: 888-772-9933

The One Eyed Turtle

706 Twin Rivers Drive North, East Windsor, New Jersey, US, 08520 - View Map

theoneeyedturtle.com

Unique and handcrafted Fair Trade items from around the world!

Welcome! We are Maria Carreño and Mary Anne Coleman. Several years ago we discovered the beauty of fair trade and the satisfaction of supporting groups of diverse artisans from around the world. Our passion was strong, so we decided to open an online business that brings these lovely products to customers who are globally aware and ethnically inclined. In our search for unique and affordable products we have found artisans here in the United States as well as in many sometimes forgotten parts of the world. Our products are sourced from ethical and fair trade oriented vendors. The international trade groups do well in providing us with lists of organizations that can work directly with the artisan groups in the vast underdeveloped areas of the world. The One Eyed Turtle can be a part of the value chain offering unique, good quality products that are touched by human hands and that provides the producer an honest, living wage. We at The One Eyed Turtle can offer merchandise picked with you, the customer, in mind. Thank you for helping to complete the circle of Fair Trade. "Many years ago there was a One Eyed Turtle who swam close to the bottom of the sea. One day he decided to seek a sandalwood log in which to place himself perfectly to have the sun warm his back and cool his tummy. He went to the "wise one" to seek advice on how to find such a log. After searching without any luck, he went back to the "wise one" and wanted to know why he failed. The "wise one" said: "happiness must come from within, you have been seeking something which you carried with you all this time." This story has Buddhist origins and you can be reminded of this great wisdom every time you enjoy the products from these innovative and creative artisans from around the world. What is Fair Trade? You may wish to visit the Fair Trade Federation for a detailed understanding of Fair Trade. The principles of the Fair Trade Federation are to: 1. Create Opportunities for Economically and Socially Marginalized Producers 2. Develop Transparent and Accountable Relationships 3. Build Capacity 4. Promote Fair Trade 5. Pay Promptly and Fairly 6. Support Safe and Empowering Working Conditions 7. Ensure the Rights of Children 8. Cultivate Environmental Stewardship 9. Respect Cultural Identity

Phone: 609 865-2070