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VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / October 13, 2020 / By mid-April, roughly a month after the World Health Organization had officially declared COVID19 a global pandemic, Amazon reportedly hired an additional 175,000 employees to help deliver on a surging demand of online orders. This employment boom indicates that, unlike other industries, the eCommerce industry did not experience economic pain as a result of the pandemic, but quite the opposite.
This increase in online ordering created both a packaging graveyard bursting with delivery materials and a massive influx in carbon emissions resulting from transporting goods from point A to B. TreeEra, an industry-leading Canadian based organization focused on sustainability through community-funded tree planting, is providing a simple solution to this complicated problem with their recently launched program 1:Tree. 1:Tree allows businesses and individuals the option and opportunity to plant a tree with each good or service sold, offsetting the
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By Sam Richards Bay, City News Foundation
MARTINEZ, CA — A proposed cannabis business that initially had been rejected by the city has now gotten a new lease on life, its owners receiving the go-ahead Wednesday to apply for a permit to open a cannabis packaging and labeling business in Martinez.
The Martinez City Council voted 5-0 to award a conditional certificate to Opposite Coast LLC. It is expected the council will vote on formal conditions of approval as soon as Oct. 22.
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The original Opposite Coast proposal was submitted in June 2019 for a 10,000-square-foot cannabis manufacturing business at 4808 Sunrise Drive, in a light-industrial area on Martinez’s east edge. It would be in the same building as what is now the Velvet retail cannabis store (which Opposite Coast’s owners already operate) and the Yerba Buena Logistics cannabis distribution and non-storefront retail business.
During a January 2020 interview with