Large commercial and residential buildings must report annual energy and water use, but aren't required to act on the results.
A portion of the profits from offset credits will fund female social and economic development programs.
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How a new carbon standard seeks to benefit women worldwide
The latest weekly roundup of green news tracks efforts to build green into the budget, the benefits to green communications, and much more.
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ICYMI: BICEP’s climate challenge, floating LEED, bad news beers & more
Erratic weather can raise the public's view on climate change, but leading firms also should promote the business benefits of putting a price on carbon.
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How companies and weather may sway public opinion on climate
Organic flowers can be a tough sell, with higher short-term costs for growers and higher prices for buyers. Here’s how Organic Bouquet makes it work.
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Organic Bouquet: Keeping the sustainable-flower business blooming
While there's no need to climate-proof your company yet, creating a climate change adaptation strategy is a timely idea.
6 steps to managing your company’s physical climate risks
The oil and gas giant says meeting future energy demands while meeting governments' climate goals will be extremely difficult.
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Get ready for a warmer world, Shell says
Developers are ditching steel meteorological towers in favor of aluminum ones to more economically assess resources.
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How new technologies may push wind energy to new heights
Even if you favor reducing federal expenditures, sequestration is bad news for both green and conventional businesses.
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Sequestration is bad business
Clean-tech jobs are growing faster than other sectors of the economy as a result of California's climate change laws.
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What California can teach D.C. about climate change policy