TriplePundit is developing a three-part multimedia series to examine the challenges facing many tech companies when it comes to their impact on communities. Next up: Transportation.
Author: Jen Boynton
As you may have heard, TriplePundit is developing a three-part multimedia series to examine the blind spot facing many tech companies when it comes to their impact on communities. First up, HOUSING.
The biggest names in tech generally have good reputations as corporate citizens. But many companies fail to go beyond traditional philanthropy in their corporate citizenship. This constitutes a major blind spot. Help us shed some light.
This used apparel shop has figured out how to make sustainable shopping irresistible. It’s been quite a journey — this isn’t a company that fears a pivot. But ThredUP seems to have cracked the code. Find out more.
There’s a dirty secret in the sustainability startup world. A lot of small startups — even those that purport to be sustainable from the ground up — offer unpaid internships. They justify this practice to themselves, but I think it’s flat-out wrong.
While Clif Bar continues to thrive under CEO Kevin Cleary, co-founders Kit and Gary were ready for a new challenge: food and wine. The Clif Family Winery and Farm was founded in 2004 and has flourished in recent years, in line with Gary and Kit’s departure from the day-to-day at Clif Bar. The three-acre farm grows a variety of heirloom veggies including tomatoes, corn and peppers that are used to stock their popular Bruschetteria food truck, which is often found stationed outside their tasting room, Velo Vino.
As our American readers close up shop for a long weekend to celebrate Independence Day, TriplePundit’s editor-in-chief challenges you to bring a couple of meaty issues to the BBQ. And we’re not talking about ribs.
While producing America’s best-selling Chardonnay, Jackson Family Wines is gunning for sustainability glory with an aggressive plan to manage water use and adopt renewables. Is it enough?
Specialty coffee retailers are a dime a dozen, but Thrive Farmers has managed to stand out from the crowd, both in terms of the quality of the brew and its relationship with the farmers in its network. Its first corporate customer may surprise you.
Even the most nefarious corporation thinks highly of itself. After all, it is adding value for someone, somewhere — even if its operations have negative impacts as well. That’s why most mission statements make the company’s work sound truly important. However these corporate mission statements have us scratching our heads…
SPECIAL SERIES: Women in Leadership
“Get out there and network” is a classic recommendation lobbed at folks who are looking for career advancement. But the ins and outs of actually going to a strange event and talking to strangers for personal gain can feel awkward at best. Here are some tried and true tips that always work for me. Never fear, it gets easier with practice!
HP’s Living Progress report drops today with a video to explain the latest updates in the company’s progress toward human, environmental and economic improvement. The Living Progress framework helps HP measure and manage people, planet and profit simultaneously, something we know a thing or two about around here.
We often hear that sustainability is a hot mess of acronyms that are intimidating to newcomers. We agree. Here’s a comprehensive list of acronyms and abbreviations every sustainability professional should know.