Comments Off on Why can’t utility execs stand up for the climate?
The electricity industry historically has played the biggest role in the U.S. greenhouse gas emissions problem. It has an even greater potential to be an even bigger part of the solution, but its leaders must speak up.
Why can’t utility execs stand up for the climate?
Comments Off on Rethinking the role of the corporate sustainability officer
The thought — at least in some in some organizations — that sustainability is separate and distinct from the business strategy is an antiquated notion.
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Rethinking the role of the corporate sustainability officer
Comments Off on Nature is talking — are you listening and re-calibrating strategy as needed?
Misreading climatic, water, or ecological signals could translate become a significant misstep for many companies.
Comments Off on Greening the fleet: Uber eyes EV-only service in London
Charging infrastructure is the major barrier to rolling out all-electric taxis in London, according to findings from six-month Uber study.
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Greening the fleet: Uber eyes EV-only service in London
March 24, 2017 by
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Comments Off on INFOGRAPHIC: The e-waste problem and how to help
Think of all the electronics in your life: your phone, tv, computer, game systems, USB drives, printers, Blu ray players, even smart devices like switches and home assistants. Now try to picture what happens to all of those things when they die. Over 50 million tons of e-waste are generated every year, and e-waste is nasty stuff. This infographic shows where e-waste ends up, which devices are the biggest culprits and how you can fight the e-waste problem. + Digital Docs
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INFOGRAPHIC: The e-waste problem and how to help
March 20, 2017 by
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Comments Off on Clean the World Recycles Hotel Toiletries to Save Lives
When it comes to the hotel industry, the biggest symbol of waste would have to be the complimentary toiletries. As it stands, the majority of hotels in the U.S. aren’t involved in any recycling programs — which means that a staggering amount of…
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Clean the World Recycles Hotel Toiletries to Save Lives
Comments Off on Ag carbon credits go to market, just as cap and trade is questioned
The first crop-land agricultural credits were introduced to the carbon market this summer, but the biggest functioning U.S. cap and trade market — California’s — hangs in limbo.
Comments Off on The top tech to cut energy costs and emissions? You may be surprised
Revenues from renewables and advanced energy technologies jumped 8 percent last year but the biggest gainer was a behind-the-scenes player.
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The top tech to cut energy costs and emissions? You may be surprised
Comments Off on Episode 19: Boeing’s biofuels and nature’s Big Data
This week on the GreenBiz 350 podcast: Defining “zero waste,” what’s next in alt fuels and bringing financial order to the glut of environmental data.
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Episode 19: Boeing’s biofuels and nature’s Big Data
Comments Off on How to find more money for conservation and other causes
The Nature Conservancy details a new approach to nonprofit finance that’s tackling the biggest challenges of our time.
How to find more money for conservation and other causes