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Employees of upscale soap store LUSH startled shoppers and mall management at Scottsdale Fashion Square Wednesday by shedding their clothes to point out the virtues of products without packaging.
THE BARE PRODUCT: Audrey Johnson of Chandler, left, is assisted Wednesday by Audrey Magnuson, center, and Laura Fielding at Lush, a store at Scottsdale Fashion Square that believes in "naked" (unpackaged) soap products. About a half-dozen employees wore only aprons that didn't wrap around their bare behinds to bring attention to the environmental benefits of reduced packaging.
WASHINGTON - Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff on Monday defended the construction of a fence along the southwest border, saying it's actually better for the environment than what happens when people illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico line.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff listens to questions at a news conference at the closing of the Mexico U.S. Border Conference in Puerto Penasco, Mexico, Friday.
Scottsdale’s green building education center and the McDowell Sonoran Preserve’s Lost Dog Wash Trailhead won top honors Friday as the Valley Forward business and civic organization handed out its Environmental Excellence Awards.
September 27, 2004
Earth Day will mark a shift in direction for the 35-year-old Valley Forward business and civic organization.
The Orchard in Chandler and Mesa has teamed up with recyclers to keep electronic waste out of landfills, while benefiting a local children’s charity.
The Orchard in Chandler and Mesa has teamed up with recyclers to keep electronic waste out of landfills, while benefiting a local children's charity. The locally owned and operated computer store is now offering free electronics recycling in Chandler and Mesa.
Starting a small business for the first time - especially during an economic downturn - is a major challenge.
NEW BUSINESS: Kendall Emerson is the owner of Reveal Hair Salon in Gilbert. This is the first business Emerson has owned.
A Scottsdale entrepreneur is using a sponge to clean up the environment.
ASSEMBLY: AbTech Industries manufactures and sells filters for storm sewers. The heart of the filter, top right, is the special foam manufactured at a Phoenix facility.����
Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard is scheduled to announce Thursday the details of a settlement agreement that will end a three-year legal dispute over alleged environmental devastation in Pinal County by Scottsdale developer George Johnson.
Students from all over the Valley are working on “green” sculptures made out of recyclable materials to display at Tempe Marketplace’s Art One Gallery.
ON DISPLAY: Jeffrey Palmer, Art One Gallery manager, poses behind a 3-D design piece made by Coronado High School students.
Gov. Janet Napolitano is slipping in her support of environmental issues — at least according to the Sierra Club. The organization’s Arizona chapter gave the state’s chief executive a “B” rating for her record in the 2007 legislative session.
Trees, monkeys and flowers decorated the cafeteria at Scottsdale’s Laguna Elementary School last week as second-graders sang about the rain forests.
Second graders at Laguna Elementary School prepare to leave the stage after a performance to celebrate upcomoing Earth Day this Sunday.