In: Green Matters

Recycling Still a Choice
June 23, 2014

Americans throw away billions of tons of trash each year.  Out of site, out of mind’ is how most people view…

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Donelson Wins Neighborhood Green Challenge
March 13, 2014

Mayor Gives Shout-Out to ‘D-Town’ in Neighborhood Challenge Not only is Donelson the winner of Mayor Karl Dean’s “Mayor’s Challenge” in…

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Nashville’s Newest Wildlife Habitat
September 26, 2013

Garbage Pit is Transformed into Green Space Nashville residents have a new nature preserve. Already home to a growing population of…

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NashVitality app for sustainable living and health in Nashville
NashVitality App Connects Residents with Local Green Initiatives
September 21, 2013

Looking for a Greenway Trail in Nashville?  There’s an App for That! There is a new app for people in Nashville…

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Where Does it Come From? Sectors Striving for Transparency
September 9, 2013

Consumers are starting to speak with their wallets. As your spending habits have a trickle-up effect on the companies and their…

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Downtown Nashville Not There Yet
September 7, 2013

Some wonder why Nashville has been so slow to make the transition to sustainability, while others see the city’s efforts as…

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Flyte dining room in Nashville
Nashville’s Top Five Sustainable Restaurants: #1
August 9, 2013

#1: Flyte Flyte is a foodie’s paradise.  Co-owners Scott Sears and Scott Atkinson opened their restaurant in 2006 with a vision…

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Silly Goose dining room Nashville
Nashville’s Top Five Sustainable Restaurants: #2
August 9, 2013

Editor’s Note:  This restaurant is closed. #2: Silly Goose Silly Goose opened as a sandwich shop.  Chef and owner Roderick Bailey…

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The Mad Platter in Nashville
Nashville’s Top Five Sustainable Restaurants: #3
August 9, 2013

Editor’s Note:  This restaurant is closed. #3: The Mad Platter The Mad Platter was green before going green was cool.  Craig…

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Microbeads Source of Lake Erie Pollution
July 30, 2013

Procter & Gamble, Johnston & Johnson and L’Oreal have all pledged to stop producing products that contain microbeads, an ingredient used…

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