A massive new wind energy transmission line has passed a major permit milestone, bringing Oklahoma and other states closer to thousands of new green jobs.
Category: Climate & Environment
This category is climate change in relation to sustainability and CSR and how these segments effect one another. This includes how climate change has started to cause a wide range of physical effects with serious implications for investors and businesses, and how the business sector discloses climate risks and manage them.
Located about 18 miles northeast of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Shell’s new carbon capture and storage (CCS) project will capture about a third of the emissions from an adjacent processing facility.
A study just published by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has linked a building’s indoor air quality directly to its occupants’ cognitive function. 3p economic correspondent Bill Roth explores what this revelation could mean for building in the 21st century.
San Francisco-based company EOS Climate wants to change the way the world looks at the refrigerant market — and, in the process, reduce global warming.
Something must be done to keep global temperature rise to 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels: the threshold experts cite as the don’t-go-beyond mark to continue life as we know it. Country commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are crucial, but the private sector also has a role to play.
The corporate philanthropy of tomorrow will focus on issues material to the business and seek collaborative partnerships to create impact that can stand the test of time. “Kombit: The Cooperative,” a film by Found Object, documents how one company, in partnership with a local nonprofit, sought to test whether this type of engagement could truly be successful in practice.
As we approach the climate talks in Paris this December, we want to make sure delegates understand technology is not the problem. A multitude of technologies are already here, and many more are on their way. What is needed now is the commitment to use them and to quickly make the transition to clean energy.
The largest fires in modern history are burning right now Indonesia. The resulting haze is creating a environmental catastrophe, putting the health of millions at risk.
California’s Air Resources Board recently released a draft of its Short-Lived Climate Pollutant Reduction Strategy and is now accepting comments. While business-as-usual manure management practices need to change, there are alternatives to those proposed in the strategy — ideas that build off of existing incentives, rather than making them obsolete.
Halloween is here again, with synthetic cobwebs, bloody costumes and tombstone lawn decor. Zombie spiders and elaborate creepiness adorning luxury townhouses vie for shock value. But beware eco-conscious homeowners! There might be something really scary in your basement (or garage): your old monster fridge.
Truth be told, conducting a full inventory of Scope 3 (also referred to as value-chain emissions) is a significant task. But it’s not as scary as you may think, says Sustrana CEO Jennifer Anderson. She sat down with Scope-3 accounting expert Don Bain to learn more.