For this edition of our continuing series “Conversations with Green Champions,” Rolland speaks with Ivy Life & Style Media, whose niche publications and properties serve Virginia’s Charlottesville-Albemarle region and the nearby wine country.
For this edition of our continuing series “Conversations with Green Champions” Rolland President Philip Rundle speaks with No Depression, the quarterly journal of roots music, about its contributions to a more environmentally aware and culturally diverse world.
For this edition of our continuing “Conversations with Green Champions” Rolland President Philip Rundle speaks with Southern Illinois University Edwardsville about campus and community sustainability.
For the 17th of our “Conversations with Green Champions” Rolland President Philip Rundle speaks with Messiah College, in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, about sustainability across campus and beyond.
In this edition of our “Conversations with Green Champions,” Rolland speaks with Missouri Botanical Garden, a leader in botanical research and science education, with beautiful grounds that attract one million visitors a year.
Forbes’ Erik Kobayashi-Solomon featured Rolland in his piece, highlighting the companies making a mark with their circular economy innovations.
Hemlock Printers talks about the interplay between decision-making, sustainability and competitiveness, and the benefits of dumpster diving.
Heather Lose, Editor-In-Chief of The Tennessee Conservationist, talks about printing the photography-rich magazine sustainably while retaining the great image quality that readers expect, by switching to 100 percent post-consumer paper from Rolland.
Tracey Clatworthy and Mark Reynolds, from Toronto’s Sinai Health System, talk about diverting unneeded hospital supplies overseas, halving water consumption, and creating a garden for patients, the birds and the bees.