Unlocking Energy Efficiency in China: A Guide to Partnering with Suppliers

June 17, 2010 by  
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This new report from BSR provides a clear outline for how leading companies can launch supply chain energy-efficiency programs in China, building upon its experience helping Walmart launch its initiative to improve the energy efficiency of its top 200 China-based suppliers by 20 percent by 2012.

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Carbon Footprinting: The Next Step to Reducing Your Emissions

June 17, 2010 by  
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This guide from The Carbon Trust clearly explains how to manage and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by understanding what emissions are caused by a business’s activities or products.

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Second Carrots and Sticks Report Surveys Current Status of Sustainability Reporting

June 15, 2010 by  
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The Global Reporting Initiative collaborates with the United Nations Environment Programme and KPMG to provide recommendations for improved reporting on a global scale.

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How Johnson Controls Powers Its Way Through the Cleantech Revolution

June 15, 2010 by  
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While cleantech often conjures an image of the lone entrepreneur struggling to bring new technology to market, companies like Johnson Controls are changing that view. "Cleantech" no longer equals "startup," as old-line companies increase their green profile.

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2009’s ‘Great Recession’ Slashed Carbon Market in Half

June 14, 2010 by  
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The value of the voluntary carbon market shrunk 47 percent to $387 million in 2009 as the recession shrank the amount of offsets purchased for corporate social responsibility purposes.

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