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The manufacturing giants talked creating jobs and cutting supply chain waste at the GreenBiz 17 conference in Phoenix.
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GM, Steelcase see a web of opportunity in the circular economy
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Recyclebank’s platform is using public engagement and incentives to bump Phoenix’s recycling rate to 40 percent by 2020.
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Phoenix rising: Hand-in-hand, a city and a startup remap recycling
Comments Off on Deutsche Bank vows to end new coal lending, in line with Paris Agreement
New coal financing guidelines promise to “not grant new financing for greenfield thermal coal mining and new coal-fired power plant construction.”
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Deutsche Bank vows to end new coal lending, in line with Paris Agreement
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Brad Colton, strategic projects at Marriott; Emilio Tenuta, expertise and innovation at EcoLab; and Libby Bernick, senior VP atTrucost share wisdom on water at GreenBiz 15 in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Business growth in an era of water scarcity
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Biomimicry 3.8’s Dayna Baumeister details the design cues businesses could be taking from nature during a GreenBiz 16 talk in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Systems thinking: Nature-inspired business lessons
Comments Off on Lessons learned from working at the base of the pyramid
In a talk at the GreenBiz 16 event in Phoenix, Simpa Networks VP Rupesh Shah shares key insights from his experience bringing solar to rural farmers in Northern India.
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A conversation with General Motor’s urban mobility lead after a $500 million investment in Lyft and the launch of the new mobility spinoff company Maven at GreenBiz 16 in Phoenix, Arizona.
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Redefining the future of personal mobility
Project Drawdown Founder Paul Hawken shares the realistic, optimistic and empowering view of our climate future offered by drawdown solutions, and the important role of the business community in actualizing this future in Phoenix at GreenBiz 16.
Envisioning what’s possible
Climate Group CEO Mark Kenber considers the future of global energy systems, how the Paris negotiations will affect the transition to a low carbon economy, and the massive economic and environmental opportunities in store for those who consider this future now, in Phoenix at GreenBiz 16.
Envisioning a clean energy future
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Futerra Co-Founder Solitaire Townsend addresses the role of storytelling in making customers care about sustainability, and what you need to do if they’re not buying what you’re selling in Phoenix at GreenBiz 16.
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Getting consumer buy-in for sustainability