Let Green Times Roll in NOLA

Haugsted, Linda; Farrell, Mike; Gibbons, Kent
May 2008
Multichannel News;5/19/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 20, p6
The article focuses on the recycling programs of companies involved in the Cable Show in New Orleans, Louisiana, in May 2008. It notes that the event's venue, the Ernest J. Morial Convention Center, has resold all the floor carpet used in the show. On the other hand, Discovery Networks Inc. takes a holistic approach to the whole business by launching a network called Planet Green, while Weather Channel creates an organization called Renewable Choice Energy.


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