Saving water shouldn’t just be something that we do when the soil is dry; it is something we need to make a part of our lives, in how we live and what we consume. Sustainability needs to be a part of us no matter how wet or dry the climate is, because we have to think about the bigger picture.
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.
The Obama administration recently announced actions to make vulnerable communities more resilient to the impacts of climate change. The actions include over $25 million in private and public investments.
On Ecological Deficit Day, 3p hosted Earth Economics & Global Footprint Network for a Twitter Chat about the “State of the States” at #USAfootprint.
New, multi-stakeholder efforts aim to develop innovative solutions that help build resilience to climate change for the world’s most vulnerable populations.
SPECIAL SERIES: The ROI of Sustainability
Vermont’s largest city has been making smart investments in renewable energy for years. Now, their hard work has finally paid off.
A new report reveals that fossil fuel companies began working actively to derail conversations around climate change as early as 1981 — seven years before the issue hit the national stage.
By Marcus Barber A recent article on TriplePundit suggested that Californians are keen to lower their water usage but don’t know how to go about doing so. That article (found here) also indicated that even the most ardent of conservation efforts don’t seem to be helping the state meet its reduced water target, and that … Continued
Rolling blackouts and energy shortages plagued South Africa for most of 2015. The nation’s power-hungry mining industry, Africa’s largest, causes much of the strain – while struggling to cope. But South African miners, having already penetrated off-grid areas, are discovering benefits of renewable energy.
This turns out to be quite a week for green aviation. First, an incredible milestone in the historic journey of the Solar Impulse as the fuel-free aircraft successfully completed a five-day crossing of the Pacific from Japan to Hawaii, the longest solo manned flight in history. Then, United Airlines, announced that it would invest $30 million in a program that would produce jet fuel from trash.
Geoff Livingston visited the Trans-Jordan landfill in Utah as part of a documentary team. The Photographer and blogger was tasked with producing digital content for the carbon-offset program Audi supports in partnership with 3Degrees. This program offsets the assembly, distribution and the first 50,000 miles of driving for the Audi A3 e-tron, a plug-in hybrid electric car coming this fall.
The Anthropocene is a new chapter in Earth’s history shaped by human actions. Radionuclides and plastic are considered the clearest measurable signal as to why the official dawn of this new era should probably be dated at 1945.
Three of the top 10 carbon emitting nations — the U.S., China and Brazil — announced new carbon reduction commitments in a joint news briefing on June 30. The countries pledged to obtain 20 percent of their electricity from renewable sources, not including hydropower, by 2030.
SPECIAL SERIES: Virginia Tech Series 2014
We need a scientifically literate public like a heart needs a beat. And the green schools movement is the vehicle that will push scientific literacy forward.
At Lavazza, the world’s seventh largest coffee roaster, social and environmental sustainability are integral components of economic sustainability. Its first corporate social responsibility report reviews 120 years of sustainability at the company and looks forward.