Posts Categorized: Sustainability

100 Best Green Companies In Oregon: We’re No. 72!

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EugeneGreenCompanyIn a post last month, we mentioned we’d been selected as one of Oregon Business magazine’s 100 Best Green Companies to Work For.
Well, since then we found out how we ranked: No. 72, baby!
Who else can say that? That’s right. Nobody.
“We’re ready to start trash talking No. 73 right now,” says Nichole Hayward, CAWOOD senior account executive who also serves as sustainability coordinator. “Or if they’d rather, we could just […]

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What's New

Posted & filed under Advertising, Sustainability, Tips of the Trade.

Kadel’s Auto Body is new to Eugene. Refer a friend or write a review and you could win an iPad. The contest starts Aug. 1. Learn more on the website.

CAWOOD’s blog has random, thoughtful comments. Check it out for our take on sustainability, tips, the digital world, marketing and life in general. Our goal is to challenge or inspire. Are you ready?

The City of Eugene recently embarked on a new website. We’re excited to be the project manager for […]

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Get sustainable

Posted & filed under Sustainability.

Recently, Eugene Rotary issued Business Sustainability, in Practice, a report that provides a basic how-to for companies to implement sustainable practices designed to improve their businesses and their bottom lines. Our president, Liz Cawood, was active on the committee that created the report. It’s a great tool.
The Rotary Business Sustainability, in Practice report is available at Scroll to the bottom of the page, click on the image and download the PDF. Special appreciation to CAWOOD staff who helped with […]

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The Sustainability Champion's Guidebook

Posted & filed under Book Reviews, Social Media, Sustainability, Web.

by Bob Willard

The subtitle of the book is what it’s all about: How to Transform Your Company. This short, 128-page book captures the essence of modern business thought: Peter M. Senge, Stephen R. Covey, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, George Ainsworth, John P Kotter, and Everett M. Rogers. Wow! It shows how applicable all those thought leaders are to moving sustainability forward.
In the author’s words, here’s what you get: “. . . practices that have always worked […]

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What Can I Do?

Posted & filed under Book Reviews, Sustainability, Web.

by Lisa Harrow

Subtitled An Alphabet for Living, this small – but information rich – book organizes hundreds of web sites that help you become sustainable. Sometimes you’ll find a tidbit of useful advise. Some of the more interesting headings = transportation, formal dresses, coffee, golf, plastics and alternatives. You’ll put this next to your computer and refer to it often. Sustainability awaits!

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Postcards & Sustainability

Posted & filed under Office, Sustainability.

postcardAs part of a new client initiative, we’re sending out a series of postcards this year. Wanting to be sustainable, we used uncoated recycled paper for the first one. If you received one, you know how bad they looked. The paper peeled, they were bent, and the vibrant color just disappeared.
The culprit? A sorting machine that is overheating at the post office. The heat affects the […]

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