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PART OF ALL SALES GO TO BLESSINGS THRIFT SHOP & VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH.

 

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ENVIRONMENT:
 
Just as most grocery stores accept and recycle shopping bags, as a dry cleaner Best can accept hangers from customers. Best is keeping an eye on the Future. Best’s recycling program is designed to help Best and our customers make a difference through our recycling services.

Best Dry Cleaners supports the activities ofConservation International.

Conservation International

"OUR MISSION"



"Our Reason for Being"

"We believe that the Earth's natural heritage must be maintained if future generations are to thrive spiritually, culturally, and economically. Our mission is to conserve the Earth's living heritage – our global biodiversity – and to demonstrate that human societies are able to live harmoniously with nature. "

"About Us"

"We aim to protect life on Earth  and to demonstrate that human societies will thrive when in balance with nature."

To learn more, please visit Conservation Internationa

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Conservation International.


Best Dry Cleaners supports the activities ofWorld Wildlife Federation WWF

World Wildlife Federation WWF

Who We Are - Environmental Conservation

About WWF

For more than 45 years, WWF has been protecting the future of nature. The largest multinational conservation organization in the world, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.2 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally. WWF's unique way of working combines global reach with a foundation in science, involves action at every level from local to global, and ensures the delivery of innovative solutions that meet the needs of both people and nature.

Mission

WWF'g network gives the organization global reach.
© WWF/Nate Johnson

WWF's mission is the conservation of nature. Using the best available scientific knowledge and advancing that knowledge where we can, we work to preserve the diversity and abundance of life on Earth and the health of ecological systems by

  • protecting natural areas and wild populations of plants and animals, including endangered species;
  • promoting sustainable approaches to the use of renewable natural resources; and
  • promoting more efficient use of resources and energy and the maximum reduction of pollution. We are committed to reversing the degradation of our planet's natural environment and to building a future in which human needs are met in harmony with nature. We recognize the critical relevance of human numbers, poverty and consumption patterns to meeting these goals.

Goal
By 2020 WWF will conserve 19 of the world's most important natural places and significantly change global markets to protect the future of nature.


To learn more, please visit World Wildlife Federation WWF


Best Dry Cleaners asks you to support the activities ofWorld Wildlife Federation WWF



Best Dry Cleaners supports the activities of The Wilderness Society



The Leader in Wilderness Protection

Since 1935, The Wilderness Society has led the conservation movement in wilderness protection, writing and passing the landmark Wilderness Act and winning lasting protection for 107 million acres of Wilderness, including 56 million acres of spectacular lands in Alaska, eight million acres of fragile desert lands in California and millions more throughout the nation.

It is our calling and our passion to protect America’s wilderness, not as a relic of our nation’s past, but as a thriving ecological community that is central to life itself.  

To meet our goals, we use science and collaboration with communities and conservation groups to bring about sensible policies and positive change in land conservation.

Above all, we work to protect wilderness and to inspire Americans to care for our wild places.

Our issues:

Committed to Collaboration and Stewardship

We provide scientific, economic, legal and policy guidance to land managers, communities, local conservation groups and state and federal decision-makers. In doing so, we ensure the best management of our lands – national forests, parks and refuges, as well as public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management.



Best Dry Cleaners asks you to support the activities of The Wilderness Society


Best Dry Cleaners supports the activities ofThe Climate Project

The Climate Project


THERE ARE NUMEROUS WAYS TO LESSEN YOUR IMPACT ON THE CLIMATE AND CONTRIBUTE TO SMART SOLUTIONS TO THE CLIMATE CRISIS. GET INVOLVED TODAY!





Our presenters are personally trained by Al Gore to provide education on climate change and the threats it poses to humanity and the planet as a whole. You can request a presentation from one of our 1,000 presenters here in the U.S. or visit our partners' sites to request presentations in Australia, Canada, India, Spain, or the UK.

The Climate Project

ABOUT US

The Climate Project, a nonprofit organization based in Nashville, TN, began operations in June 2006 with the mission of increasing public awareness of the climate crisis at a grassroots level in the United States and abroad. By April 2007, a diverse group of 1,000 volunteers from throughout the U.S. had been trained by Al Gore himself to present a version of the slideshow featured in the Academy Award-winning film An Inconvenient Truth. As of August 2008, they had delivered more than 15,000 presentations and reached a combined audience of well more than a million people.

In addition, TCP initiatives have resulted in the training of hundreds of equally committed individuals in Australia, Canada, India, Spain, and the UK. Worldwide TCP's 2,300 presenters have reached an audience of at least 4 million people.

In October TCP will hold its first faith-based training session in Nashville. The program will result in the training of an exemplary group of faith leaders to deliver a version of the TCP slideshow and engage in other activities related to climate change education.

TCP's U.S. presenters remain linked through an interactive network anchored by our website, which also provides a comprehensive support system. The TCP staff aids presenters by providing assistance with organizing presentations and handling logistics, educational material for distribution to audience members, and promotional materials such as press releases. The staff aims to support presenters in every facet of their work as climate change messengers.

The Climate Project thrives as a result of the commitment, dedication, and passion of presenters to educate, encourage, and promote dialogue about climate change as well as potential
solutions.

Best Dry Cleaners asks you to support the activities of The Climate Project

Best Dry Cleaners supports the activities of WE



The staff and presenters of The Climate Project are thrilled to be official partners of The Alliance for Climate Protection and the WE campaign. We encourage everyone to get involved and join the WE campaign, which aims to raise awareness about the climate crisis and spur public action to solve it.

To learn more and to become a part of the solution, visit www.wecansolveit.org
. And while you're there, keep an eye out for TCP presenters Chris Antonsen, Tabitha Crawford, Joyce Lanning, and Dawn Richards, all of whom play key roles on the site.
 
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Best Dry Cleaners supports the activities of GreenNexxus


The Climate project and GreenNexxus are working together to help people, organizations, and businesses share, publish, and contribute knowledge in order to reduce our impact on the climate crisis.

GreenNexxus members can take the Green Energy Pledge, share projects, join groups, and participate in a number of other activities.
Click Here to Learn More about GreenNexxus.
 

GreenNexxus provides its members with the ability to share their environmentally focused projects and thoughts, belong to groups, invite friends, and attend events. This online community will help the reduction humanity's impact on the environment and promote active green living by facilitating the networking and collaboration of like-minded people and organizations.

 

Solving the climate crisis, reducing our demands on natural resources, and reducing the amount of waste we generate is the number one issue facing humanity today.  As the population of the world increases, demand for energy and natural resources will increase substantially.  The more people and organizations can learn about how to reduce their environmental impact, the more likely we are to succeed in improving our global environmental.

 

GreenNexxus connects people, enabling them to learn from each other about how they can also reduce their environmental impact. The GreenNexxus team brings together strength and experience in graphic design, Internet security, interactive website development, environmental awareness and business development.

 

Best Dry Cleaners asks you to support the activities of  The Climate Project, WE, GreenNexxus


 

Best Dry Cleaners supports the activities of Louis Vuitton
 
LOUIS VUITTON

“Simple actions make big differences”
Yves Carcelle, President of Louis Vuitton



LOUIS VUITTON ENVIRONMENTAL CHARTER

A long-standing priority

Protecting the environment has been a long-standing priority for the LVMH
Group. The luxury industry, which is synonymous with beauty and excellence,
must strive even harder than others to be exemplary in preservation of the
environment. In 1992, Bernard Arnault, Chairman and CEO of the LVMH
(Moët Hennessy-Louis Vuitton) Group created a Directory Board for the
Environment. In 2001, Bernard Arnault signed the “Environmental Charter”,
which requires every Group company to establish a management system
dedicated to the environment, and to take into account the environmental
impact of its activities. This commitment was renewed in 2003 with the
signature of the Global Compact of the United Nations launched by then
UN General Secretary, Kofi Annan. Signatories must apply and promote
ten principles in the field of human rights, labour and the environment.
Like all human activities, LVMH companies use air, water, fossil and mineral
resources, produce waste and generate emissions into the air, the water and
the earth. To reduce the imprint left on the planet, the LVMH Environment
Department has long taken initiatives to raise environmental awareness
among Group companies. A total of 8,680 hours were mobilized in 2006
to train collaborators of Group companies and to encourage them to
adopt “green” gestures. The LVMH Environment Commission, which is held
every quarter, is a forum where the correspondents from each of the companies
in the Group can share their ideas and experiences. LVMH has also developed
practical tools such as the Environment Intranet and the “Environment Trend
Book”, which informs designers and managers of new materials, to help
them create without destroying nature.

Louis Vuitton’s commitment

The transmission of know-how and heritage is the basis of our company,
which was established more than 150 years ago. Our culture is steeped
in the transmission of know-how and tradition. Such values naturally lead
us to the respect of human heritage, first and foremost nature.
In 2004, we decided to implement the Carbon Inventory. The Carbon
Inventory has allowed us accurately to measure the impact of our activities
on the environment. Since then, we have been efficient in modifying our
organization and reducing our carbon dioxide emissions. Moreover,
this initiative has raised the environmental awareness and sense of
responsibility of every individual within the company whatever their role
or field of expertise, as well as that of our partners.
Every one of us is responsible for protecting the environment. Following
our conviction that simple actions make big differences, Louis Vuitton
hopes to reconcile human creativity and the environment to favour
sustainable development.
Yves Carcelle,
President of Louis Vuitton

A little history…


Founded in 1854, Louis Vuitton has long nurtured a natural and sustainable
commitment to protecting the environment. At Louis Vuitton, designers and
craftsmen produce high-quality products that are created to last: an original
conception of sustainable development. The hands of Louis Vuitton’s craftsmen
know how to respect natural materials such as wood, raffia, cotton and leather.
Designers learn to assimilate the environmental impact of their activities.
Latest technologies are proposed to them to help create with less polluting
materials. To reconcile creativity and nature… this is the wish of Louis Vuitton
which is passed on from generation to generation.