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Seventh Generation Named Top Green Brand

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Author: Inspired Protagonist

SB08According to a report presented yesterday at the Sustainable Brands '08 Conference in Monterey, California, American consumers have named Seventh Generation the "greenest" household cleaning brand and the sixth "gr

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Meet 7Gen!

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Author: the Inkslinger

Hello! Welcome to 7Gen, the new voice of the Seventh Generation community.

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Method AND Seventh Generation - let the dialogue deepen

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Author: Gregor

It recent came to our attention that Good Human blog had begun a post called Method vs. Seventh Generation - let the battle begin, and while I am appreciative of the opening to good deep dialogue it did raise questions.

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A Company of Owners

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Last week the entire Seventh Generation staff headed to Trapp Family Lodge
in a Stowe, Vermont, for our annual two day retreat. (The Trapp family is the same one of Sound of Music fame.) The Lodge is a frequent destination for Seventh Gen meetings. It sits high upon a wonderful hill, giving you the impression that the world is at your door. Hundreds of acres of forest provide trails for hiking, snow shoeing or cross country skiing that wind through some of Stowe’s most amazing wilderness.

The theme of our retreat was a question: What does it mean to be an owner of our company?

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7th Gen Day in the Life - Part One: The Toner Cartridge

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Ever wonder what it's like in the bowels of Seventh Generation?
I am starting an ongoing series of V-logs to reveal who we are
beyond the leaf.

And on.

WR

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They Asked, Jeffrey Answered

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Author: the Inkslinger

Just wanted to drop this quick note to say that Jeffrey's Q&A with Grist readers is now on-line as part of his Interactivist participation this week. The questions posed are pretty interesting as are Jeffrey's answers, and it makes for a good snapshot of some things that don't often get discussed. Worth a look if you've got some time this weekend.

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A Night in L.A.

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We all experience more than a touch of both scorn and envy when it comes to fame. But travel with me to L.A for an evening that benefited one of the best and bravest organizations, a non-profit that’s figured out how to put all that celebrity status to good use.

CHEC, the Children’s Health Environmental Coalition, is a world leader in protecting children from environmental toxins. It was founded more than a decade ago by Jim and Nancy Chuda following the tragic loss of their daughter, Colette, to a rare form of non-hereditary cancer, CHEC’S mission is to educate parents and all those concerned with the welfare of children about preventable health and developmental problems caused by exposures to toxic substances in homes, schools and communities.

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With New Eyes

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Even prior to joining the Seventh Generation team last fall, the term “environmentalist” left me feeling unsettled.

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My Being Needs a New Iteration

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Life is in a constant state of change whether we like it or not. Who I was last year – even last month – is not who I need to be tomorrow. This is true of everyone who is comitted to their own personal growth and development. If you are running a business or organization of any type it’s something that you simply must keep in mind. If your business is growing like ours it's critical. Here are my most recent reflections, my thoughts on where I need to be next. I share it in the hopes that in some way it might help move you to your next stage of being.

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