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

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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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ThredUP’s Chris Homer on how the company uses machine learning in its operations

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CTO and Cofounder Chris Homer says the resale market has doubled in the last five years and expects it to double again over the next five to 10 years.

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Oracle Real Estate Facilities’ Francisco Ruiz on IoT and building efficiency

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Data collected from AI and IoT technologies can empower companies to make better decisions about their energy consumption.

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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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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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GreenBiz analyst Jim Giles on the carbon offset markets, carbon-negative oil and regenerative agriculture

November 11, 2019 by  
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On the closing sidebar interview at VERGE 19, GreenBiz Group’s senior analyst Jim Giles discusses his excitement about the expected growth of the carbon offset markets.

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Southern California Edison’s Bill Chiu on how electric grids benefit the private sector

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The state of California has ambitious goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, which motivates various sectors to realign their efforts. The managing director of grid resilience at Southern California Edison (SCE), Bill Chiu, shares how he is driving an “existential transformation” for the electricity supply company by implementing a roadmap called the Clean Power and Electrification Pathway to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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General Motors’ Rob Threlked on advancing utility-customer partnerships

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Utility-customer partnerships are key to advancing clean energy programs in corporations. Hear Rob Threlked’s take on how General Motors are beginning to align their sustainability targets with their customers in order to move the industry forward.

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