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Green Restaurant Association
Helping restaurants become more environmentally sustainable since 1990.
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Important info for NYC restaurants regarding the upcoming polystyrene foam ban.
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Houston Zoo Nov 16
Tomorrow, Cypress Circle Cafe opens and you're going to LOVE it! This Green Restaurant Certified conscientious café focuses on providing locally sourced, sustainable fares that are delicious and wholesome for the entire family.
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MyMCMedia Nov 16
The McDonald's restaurant on River Road in Bethesda is the first in the United States to earn the Green Restaurant Association’s Level One Certification.
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 15
Today is ! Encourage your favorite restaurants to implement a comprehensive recycling program to keep plastic pollution out of landfills and waterways. All Certified Green Restaurants® must recycle.
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Travel News Nov 14
Grand Canyon Restaurants achieve Green Restaurant certification
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 14
Congratulations to Moody Towers Dining Commons at on becoming a Level 1 Certified Green Restaurant®!
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UNC Admissions Nov 13
Did you know that our campus dining halls are Green Restaurant Certified? This is because of their dedication to water efficiency, sustainable food, and many other environmentally conscious choices
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 13
By not offering bottled water at your restaurant, you can reduce the amount of plastic pollution that ends up in our oceans.
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 9
It’s the perfect time of year for a pumpkin spice roll from Broad Ripple, a Level 1 Certified Green Restaurant®
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 9
Congratulations to Cypress Cafe at the for becoming a 2 Star Certified Green Restaurant®!
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 8
Climate change can slowly destroy coral reefs. Restaurants can lower their carbon footprint by purchasing ENERGY STAR equipment, investing in renewable energy, installing occupancy sensors, using high-efficiency lighting, and much more.
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 8
Awesome news story about , a 4 Star Certified Green Restaurant® in Spokane.
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 7
The hole in our ozone layer inspired the Green Restaurant Association's founding in 1990, and now it's on the mend. Our responsible changes collectively can and do make the world a better place.
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 6
The ocean makes up 70% of our planet and is home to 1 million species. This month, we will give tips that will help your restaurant preserve our ocean ecosystem.
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 6
Congratulations to Osprey Cafe at on becoming a 3 Star Certified Green Restaurant®!
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 2
A+ for this poke bowl from Harvard University Dining! All of their residential dining halls are Certified Green Restaurants®
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 1
We're hiring! Find out more about our open Restaurant Sustainability Consultant position here:
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Green Restaurant Association Nov 1
This chef doesn't think we will be eating meat in 30 years.
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Sodexo USA, Inc. Oct 30
Congratulations to Lair Marketplace on being the Greenest University Restaurant in the 2018 Green Restaurant Awards! Lair Marketplace earned over 400 GreenPoints on the certification scale:
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Green Restaurant Association Oct 29
Many of our standards rely on the great work of other sustainability orgs. This guide covers certifications for food & drink all the way to building materials and plants.
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