Aggregation paves the way for a more diverse corporate renewables market

September 4, 2018 by  
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Buyers not previously engaged in renewables will gain confidence in knowing that other companies have used this method.

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Heineken brews science-based targets alongside hundreds of other brands

February 15, 2018 by  
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Mars, HP and 88 other companies already have approved science-based carbon reduction targets.

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Innovative tip-to-tail ideas for reducing seafood waste

February 15, 2018 by  
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Seafood and the circular economy are converging as innovative startups craft everything from renewable energy to “fish leather” shoes.

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How Autodesk, United and Genentech employees get cheap solar

June 23, 2015 by  
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Some companies are participating in a employee discount program on solar installation called SunShares. Will other companies join in?

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Inside eBay’s opening bid on transparency

June 27, 2013 by  
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eBay's statement on sustainability is heavy on storytelling and light on metrics. Will other companies rethink the way they do their own reporting?

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How Walmart associates put the ‘U’ and ‘I’ into sustainability

January 9, 2013 by  
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Walmart's employee engagement program is helping its associates make sustainability-conscious choices in their lives. Now, the retailer is giving the program away to other companies.

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Cool like Facebook: Where does free cooling make sense?

April 17, 2012 by  
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Facebook and eBay's new data centers keep temperatures low with free outside air. Now, a new set of maps from The Green Grid will help other companies do the same.

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SunRun Wants To Debunk Some Myths About Home Solar Power – First, High Upfront Cost

September 16, 2011 by  
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photo: Jon Callas / CC BY Editor’s note: The following is a guest post from solar power-as-service provider SunRun . TreeHugger has covered the advantages of leasing solar panels over buying them a number of times and there are plenty of other companies providing this service in addition to the author of… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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SABMiller Ups Its Water Works by Detailing Its Impacts in 4 Countries

September 1, 2011 by  
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SABMiller, WWF and the German International development agency (GIZ) are imploring other companies and NGOs to participate in the Water Futures Partnership, which they created in 2009 to show the business case for the private sector to promote sustainable water resources management.

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Google Avoiding ‘Red List’ Building Materials

June 30, 2011 by  
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Last month, Google announced that it would no longer use any of the construction materials found on the Living Building Challenge’s “red list.” For a company that is opening new office space at a rate of 40,000 square feet (about 3,700 square meters) per week, that’s a lot of construction activity, and a lot of materials that are no longer being used for those projects. It’s also a leadership role from a company that wants to be environmentally positive. The red list (as opposed to the green list) is a list of construction materials that include components made from products such as mercury, asbestos, PVC, formaldehyde and lead

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