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New Society Publishers recognized as a “Best For The World” B Corp for their significant improvement to their overall company impact

by: Sara on 09/03/2019

New Society Publishers, a Certified B Corporation, has been recognized as a 2019 Best For The World: Changemaker in recognition of their significant improvement to their overall impact on their workers, customers, communities, the environment, and governance. B Corps that earn the designation as a “Changemakers” set a gold standard for …

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Intrinsic Hope is the Grand Prize Nautilus Award Winner

by: Sara on 05/17/2019

We are thrilled to announce that three New Society titles have won Nautilus Awards this year.

NBA1-Gold (2)
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New Society Publishers Earns B Corp Certification

by: EJ on 06/28/2016

 

It's official. New Society Publishers, a leader in sustainable publishing for over 30 years, is pleased to announce yet another step in walking our talk. On June 23rd, we became a Certified B Corporation.  For a company that has always had a mandate that goes beyond the single bottom line of profit, B Corp Certification was a logical step. We …

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The Color of Food Chosen as Foreword Reviews' #BookoftheDay

by: EJ on 05/25/2015

Natasha Bowens' new book The Color of Food: Race, Resilience and Farming was named Book of the Day by Foreword Reviews today.  Reviewer Shelia Trask says, "With The Color of Food: Stories of Race, Resilience, and Farming, [Natasha] sets a welcoming place at the table for African American, Latino, Native American, and Asian farmers to share stories …

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Chris and Judith Plant Win Island Trust Stewardship Award

by: EJ on 06/17/2013
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Great news! We are delighted to announce that Chris and Judith Plant, co-owners of New Society Publishers have won the 2013 Island Trust Community Stewardship Award.  This award recognizes individuals and groups for programs or actions that have made a significant contribution toward the object of the Islands Trust

This year there were eight …

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