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Coca-Cola, United Technologies and Diageo are investing millions of dollars in water conservation, treatment and infrastructure projects.
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Drop by drop, businesses fill the well of ‘unlimited water’
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A growing number of Fortune 500 companies are investing in natural capital, rather than expensive workaround for offsetting damage to ecosystems.
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Coca-Cola, Apple, Dow see fertile ground for investing in natural capital
Comments Off on From Budweiser to Miller, greening the Big Beer supply chain
Beer titans Anheuser-Busch InBev and MillerCoors are investing in a range of agriculture- and water-focused sustainability programs to increase efficiency while cutting operational risks.
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From Budweiser to Miller, greening the Big Beer supply chain
The report gauges how well restaurants are recycling food and materials, and whether they’re meeting customer expectations.
Recycling for All the Right Returns
Comments Off on 6 Sustainability Trends in Heavy Industry
The recent IHS customer conference showed how its customers — large emitters, such as utilities, oil & gas firms and heavy manufacturers — are investing in sustainability, slowly moving from facility-based solutions to enterprise-wide processes and corporate energy management.
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6 Sustainability Trends in Heavy Industry
Comments Off on Why Solar is Looking Better for Commercial Buildings
With prices on solar PV panels plummeting, prospects are brightening for returns on investment from solar installations on commercial buildings. Greg Sheppard, the chief research officer for photovoltaics at IHS iSuppli, explores the reasons why in a webinar for GreenBiz.com.
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Why Solar is Looking Better for Commercial Buildings