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  • RALEIGH RECOGNIZED AS FOUR STAR COMMUNITY

    In April, Raleigh became the first community in North Carolina to achieve certification through the national STAR Community Rating System. Raleigh received four out of five possible stars, thanks to its commitment to sustainability, its strong local economy and its thriving art scene.

  • WASTE TO GREEN RECOGNIZED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT

    Waste to Green, a minority and woman-owned electronics recycling company, made the “B Corp Best for the Environment” list for the second year in a row. The company works with individuals and businesses to make sure that electronics are disposed of in the most environmentally and socially responsible way possible.

  • WILL NC LAWMAKERS SET A HIGHER STANDARD FOR BUSINESS?

    A proposed House bill would establish legal status for benefit corporations in North Carolina.

  • WATER SCARCITY BREEDS INNOVATION

    Although a severe drought may seem like a plague, scarcity leads to incredible innovation. Out west and in water-scarce regions around the world, humans are developing ways of farming and living that do not allow a single drop of water to go to waste.

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