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GreenPrint Survey Finds Consumers Want to Buy Eco-Friendly Products, but Don’t Know How to Identify Them
The first-ever edition of the GreenPrints’s Business of Sustainability Index found that nearly two-thirds (64%) of Americans are willing to pay more for sustainable products but most (74%) don’t know how to identify them. According to the findings, 78% of people are more likely to purchase a product that is clearly labeled as environmentally friendly.
GreenPrint Partners with Akzent to Neutralize Carbon Emissions on all freight shipments.
GreenPrint today announced a partnership with Akzent, a Monterrey, Mexico based logistics company. Through a program called Akzent Zero, GreenPrint will calculate and offset emissions on all ground, ocean and air freight transportation enabling Akzent to be the first logistics company in Mexico to offer carbon neutral shipping to every customer at no additional cost.
GreenPrint Earns Impact Award from Sustainable Business Magazine Real Leaders
GreenPrint was today awarded a place on Real Leaders magazine’s 2021 list of the Top 150 Impact Companies. For a second year in a row, GreenPrint was recognized for its turnkey solutions that help companies across the United States and Europe build and market programs to offset carbon emissions, plastic waste, and water usage. GreenPrint joins multinational, environmentally aware companies such as Unilever, Tesla, and Patagonia on the Real Leaders list.
GreenPrint Expands the IMPACT COLLECTIVE Sustainability Initiative
GreenPrint announced the expansion of IMPACT COLLECTIVE, adding five members in the second half of 2020 to this group of companies committed to sustainability. New members Happy Campers, HOLISTIK Wellness, Atlanticus, Nekktar, and IncrEDIBLE Spoon will join natural and organic companies including Prayani, Bitsy’s, and Natreve, and other leading brands in combating carbon emissions and addressing their plastic, water and energy usage.
GreenPrint Ranks in the Top Half of Deloitte’s 2020 Technology Fast 500™
GreenPrint, an environmental technology company, has earned a spot on the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 for a second year in a row. The list, now in its 26th year, is a ranking of the fastest growing technology, media, telecommunications, life sciences and energy tech companies in North America. GreenPrint grew 525% during a three-year period, ranking 228 on this year’s list.
Maxol launches Carbon Off-Setting Programme for New Premium Fuel Range
The Maxol Group has announced a carbon emissions offsetting programme that aims to support a number of green initiatives both at home and globally, including the planting of 10,000 trees across the island of Ireland, local community projects and global projects designed to offset carbon emissions, including fuel emissions.
Long-Term Value: NACS Q&A with GreenPrint
We’d like to challenge retailers to think of sustainability not as its own bucket but as part of a problem-solving mindset that will put them in the best position for success, both during and after the pandemic. Sustainable business practices create long-term value and help retailers thrive as consumer behavior shifts rapidly.
FLEETCOR and GreenPrint introduce first U.S. Fleet Card with 100% Tailpipe Emissions Offset
FLEETCOR, a global leader in business payments, and GreenPrint, an environmental technology company, today announced the launch of the Fuelman Clean Advantage Fleet Card, the first U.S. card that automatically offsets 100% of tailpipe emissions from every gallon of fuel purchased.
GreenPrint Named to the 2020 INC. 5000 List
For the second year in a row, GreenPrint, an environmental technology company, has earned a spot on the Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing privately held companies. GreenPrint ranked #891 with 3-year growth of 525% on the venerable list.
Small Acts for a Big Impact — Watching the Country Reopen after Coronavirus
Since the middle of March, coronavirus has been impacting our lives. We’ve considered fears that never crossed our minds just a few short months ago. Nothing feels quite right in this time of coronavirus, but thankfully, it’s not all bad. Our eyes have opened to things we were too busy to see before, and maybe, once ‘normal’ is restored, we’ll appreciate them more.
Plastic Waste – A Call to Action
Plastic trash is polluting our environment. We are flooded with statistics about what this evasive material is doing to our oceans and wildlife. But we can’t become numb to the problem. Rather, the data should serve as a motivator, calling you to action. Not enough plastic is collected. Not enough plastic is recycled. It’s ending up everywhere now, even in the water we drink. Why?
We are committed to doing better.
As a company, we value trust, honesty, integrity and inclusion and we can do better. As a small, purpose-driven Atlanta-based business we are starting with the following actions and will build on them through ongoing conversations with our team, our customers and the communities we serve. We stand against racism and injustice and will do our part to bring about positive change and a more equitable society.
GreenPrint CEO, Pete Davis on The Real Leaders Organization Podcast
Pete sat down with Kevin Edwards, host of the Real Leaders Podcast, to talk about GreenPrint’s mission. The Real Leaders organization focuses on sharing the stories of business leaders who are taking on the world’s biggest problems. GreenPrint made the publication’s Top 100 Impact companies list, along with Tesla, Patagonia and Unilever.
GreenPrint CMO Recognized Among 2020 Top Women in Convenience
Michele Koch is recognized as an honoree in the Senior-Level Leaders category, showing exemplary success in strategy and execution. As sustainability pioneers in the retail fuel industry, effective marketing plays an integral role in achieving our mission: providing turnkey reduced emissions programs.
Why Sustainable Business Matters During a Pandemic
Sustainability not only cares about the protection and conservation of our planet but also about good and ethical corporate governance and a mindfulness toward social responsibility. A sustainable business not only wants to meet the needs of customers today but also wants to ensure it can meet needs well into the future.
Earth Day 2020 – Honoring 50 years with meaningful celebration
Surrounded by the uncertainty of coronavirus, it’s nice to find the silver linings. One thing we can count on this year is that Earth Day will hit a major milestone. Turning 50, the golden anniversary of this holiday faces a different type of celebration.
GreenPrint Launches IMPACT COLLECTIVE Sustainability Initiative
GreenPrint, a global environmental technology company, today announced the launch of IMPACT COLLECTIVE, a group of forward-thinking brands committed to making an immediate and positive environmental impact by neutralizing their carbon emissions and plastic, water and energy usage.
11Alive Exec. Profiles: GreenPrint CEO Pete Davis
Pete sits down with David Rubinger, Market President and Publisher of the Atlanta Business Chronicle, to talk about his entrepreneurial roots, how he came up with the idea for GreenPrint, and how we are helping businesses reach their sustainability goals.