Green is the New Black

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Brella is celebrating Earth Day—one of our favorite holidays, no surprise there—with a neighborhood cleanup at our Evanston HQ. But being green isn’t just for a day. You can learn more about your carbon footprint and how to keep walking down the path to green all year long.

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In 1992, when Brella was founded, being green meant turning off lights and computers that we weren’t using and recycling our video scripts into note paper. Today, it means large-scale reuse and recycling, converting to LED office and studio lighting, generating our own solar power, using electric and fuel efficient fleet vehicles and picking a historical HQ building in easy reach of public transit. It’s about doing what you can, where you can—and contributing the might of the many.

For more information about going green, visit Brella Produced — Today’s Green Minute at Facebook and Twitter.

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