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.

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Collaborate and Innovate: How Companies Can Spark Positive Change for Fisheries

Overfishing isn’t just a threat to the commercial fishing industry — it results in severe repercussions for the millions of people who depend on healthy oceans for food security. As ocean health continues to decline, seafood retailers and companies have begun to call attention to the dangers of overfishing and make bold commitments to source sustainable seafood. Why? The future of our oceans is on the line.


EPA Proposes Carbon Emissions Limits on New U.S. Power Plants

Following through on the President’s historic National Climate Change Action Plan, the EPA proposed precedent-setting new rules limiting carbon emissions for new power plants. The EPA isn’t stopping there: work on proposed new rules for existing power plants is already under way.


Reforming the Date Labeling System Will Reduce Food Waste

One key way to reduce food waste in the U.S. is through reforming the date labeling system, according to a new report by the National Resources Defense Council. Improving date labeling policies and practices will benefit consumers by decreasing confusion and will improve food safety.


Fireside Chat: Joe Madden of EOS Climate

It’s time again for another live “fireside chat” with an interesting sustainability thought leader. This week, I’ll be chatting with EOS Climate’s co-founder Joe Madden.

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The State of the Earth’s Forests

While deforestation continues to impact forestry worldwide, the picture is not as bleak as it first appears. Here’s why.