Rebekah Moses of Impossible Foods says its products are a climate mitigation tool

November 14, 2019 by  
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A few numbers — 96 percent less land, 87 percent less water, and 89 percent low GHG emissions.

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Microsoft’s Elizabeth Willmott on the company’s carbon neutrality commitment

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Microsoft has been committed to reaching carbon neutrality in its operations since 2012. It has since set a goal to reduce its scope 3 emissions by 30 percent. Elizabeth Willmott manages the company’s carbon program, which partners with other internal teams and external supply chain companies to expand how it is reducing its climate impacts.

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Kaiser Permanente’s Rame Hemstreet on reaching carbon neutrality by mid-2020

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The Oakland-based company working to wean itself off of natural gas as it has done with carbon-intensive electricity.

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Dana Gunders of NextCourse on the future of food waste reduction

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“People like to see that their employers are working on something like food waste reduction,” Gunders says.

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Method’s Saskia Van Gendt on its Chicago manufacturing factory and recyclability

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Saskia Van Gendt says there seems to be new energy around companies’ responsibility to take care of the environment.

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Consumers Energy’s Teri VanSumeren on the company’s Clean Energy Plan

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Consumers Energy, Michigan’s largest energy provider, committed to reduce its carbon emissions by 90 percent by 2040.

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Blue Planet Energy’s COO Chris Johnson on the value of microgrids and resilience

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Two keys to developing resilience: plan ahead and store energy.

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Rob Threlkeld on how General Motors is moving toward its RE100 commitment

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The legacy automaker is working to get its manufacturing and non-manufacturing operations to 100 percent renewable energy.

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Erin Craig of 3Degrees on addressing climate change: every little bit helps

November 13, 2019 by  
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While addressing climate change can feel daunting, “every little bit helps,” Erin Craig says, adding “we’re lost if we give up.”

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VMWare’s Pratima Rao Gluckman on using blockchain to rescue ocean-bound plastics

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Pratima Rao Gluckman shares how VMWare and Dell are working together to collect ocean-bound plastics and using blockchain to track packaging materials. As companies continue to innovate technological solutions, there’s always challenges. VMWare and Dell have had to figure out how to eliminate fraud and authenticate source materials.

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