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5 Earth-Friendly Resources To Help Your Business Go Green

13/10/2017

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Eco-Friendly Business

This month we’re thinking green, with a focus on how small businesses like yours can be more eco-friendly in production, trade, and brand ethos. Support for developing your business’ sustainability can be found everywhere from television documentaries to your local council to inspiration from your neighbours; and to get things started, we’ve put together some of our top blogs and apps to help you along too.

For more information on helping your business go green, we’ll be releasing this month’s lead article Go Green: Sustainability For Your Small Business this Friday! Follow Liberis on Facebook and Twitter, or sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page, to be the first to see it.

Greenne: The Eco Friendly Blog

Greenne is an award-winning site featuring guides on sustainability for your both your business and home. The blog hosts easy to follow articles on topics such as recycling, travel, product and activism – often with videos and infographics too! Listed at one of 2017’s Top Green Lifestyle Bloggers and Top 100 Eco Blogs, Greenne also looks to the future of environmental sustainability in business and architectural trends.

GoodGuide

For those with a green consumer conscious, GoodGuide – available both as a mobile app and on the web – is a programme that enables you to search the products you use to find out if they’re ethically and sustainably produced, and what other users are saying about them. By sharing this information, GoodGuide aims to help consumers and business owners make smarter shopping choices, and consequently encourage producers to build better products.

Go Green Business Blog

The Go Green Business blog was originally launched to coincide with Bristol’s year as European Green Capital in 2015, and thanks to it’s hugely positive reception, has continued to produce earth-friendly content ever since. Go Green works to support businesses, charities and organisations in their sustainable practice through local events, blog content, and inspiring case studies.

RecycleNow

If you’re on your journey towards going green, no doubt recycling will be a huge part of your strategy. And government site RecycleNow is here to make it that little bit easier! RecycleNow has everything you need to know about recycling in your local area; from how to segment different materials, to where to take it, to tips on how to reduce waste. They’re packed full of smart stats too – check them out!

The Guardian: Sustainable Business Blog

The Guardian offer all sorts of support for small businesses, and their output on sustainability is particularly useful for those eco-conscious companies. Their content spans from the latest in sustainable news and tech developments, to gone green case studies and their annual Sustainable Business Awards too!

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