Tag Archives: green

Airing my dirty laundry? No. Just saving $$ and the environment

Connie Prater

Are clotheslines making a comeback? I hope so. They are easy on the pocketbook and the environment.
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When green banking is less than good

Jeremy Simon

United States banks are busy promoting products and practices that (at first glance) seem to be good for both the earth and their customers. Paperless statements, credit cards that give back to the earth and special loans for hybrid vehicles are all available. However, a recent MarketWatch article expresses skepticism as to whether these “green” initiatives are in fact smart choices for consumers.
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HSBC releases new green card

Emily Crone

This past Earth Day, I put together a feature on all the “green” credit cards available in the United States. We can now add another one to the list: HSBC North America has just launched its own environmentally-friendly card (interestingly, Leonardo DiCaprio was promoting the Chinese version of it in Hong Kong earlier this year).
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