This Week in Environment News: 11 Stories You Need to See – Press Release

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A roundup of the week’s most newsworthy environment industry press releases from PR Newswire, including eco-friendly cruise chips and charcuterie packaging.

NEW YORK, July 14, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — With thousands of press releases published each week, it can be difficult to keep up with everything on PR Newswire. To help journalists covering the environment industry stay on top of the week’s most newsworthy and popular releases, here’s a roundup of stories from the week that shouldn’t be missed.

The list below includes the headline (with a link to the full text) and an excerpt from each story. Click on the press release headlines to access accompanying multimedia assets that are available for download.

  1. SpartanNash and Flashfood Successfully Divert One Million Pounds of Food Waste
    Reducing food waste and providing affordable access to nutrition are key elements of SpartanNash’s environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategy, which aims to promote healthy lives and well-being for all.
  2. UL Solutions Acquires Healthy Buildings International
    “With building health playing such a critical role in the physical and psychological well-being of tenants, we are pleased that this acquisition allows us to offer a software solution that provides owners and managers a comprehensive understanding of a building’s indoor environmental quality compliance status,” said John Genovesi, executive vice president and president of Software and Advisory, UL Solutions.
  3. Redwood Empire Whiskey Plants One Million Trees
    Redwood Empire Whiskey is proud to share that since the start of the buy-one-plant-one campaign, one million bottles of premium whiskey have been sold and one million new trees have been planted.
  4. The Global Warming Mitigation Project Announces 2023 Keeling Curve Prize Winners
    The KCP awards organizations worldwide across five categories that are effectively reducing, removing, or replacing greenhouse gas emissions. Applicants hail from 114 countries from some of the most underserved…

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