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.
Mayor Bloomberg’s plan to get New Yorkers to recycle their food waste could become an important part of Bloomberg’s legacy in the city, but its impact might be even more substantial as it demonstrates the need for systematic changes in our unsustainable lifestyle.
Convenience improves sales of green products, from fruit in schools to solar energy systems to recycling cellular phones.
Ahead of a major President Obama climate speech, Mars and 360 small businesses join with GM and other major companies to sign the BICEP Climate Declaration, a project of the sustainable business organization Ceres.
New York City May Michael Bloomberg cited the perils of climate change and the devastation caused by Hurricane Sandy in his call for a $19.5 billion initiative that would include new coastal protections and zoning codes for the city as well as new standards for telecommunications and for providing fuel.
Study shows Liberals and Conservatives equally engage in energy efficiency practices and energy reduction when given comparative use data
Like Prometheus handing down fire from the Gods, harnessing the immense power of fossil energy has made possible the modern world we inhabit. But, as in the Greek legend, with that sudden power comes the threat of unacceptable cost for generations to come. In the more prosaic world of our daily lives, carbon emissions are … Continued
A major milestone was reached in 2011: for the first time, world farmed fish production topped world beef production. The gap widened last year as fish farming, or aquaculture, reached a record 66 million tons, compared to beef production of 63 million tons. And, according to an Earth Policy Institute report, 2013 might be the first year that people consume more fish raised on farms than wild-caught fish.
Supermarkets control 97% of all UK grocery sales. Rob Hopkins, co-founder of the Transition Network, looks at what could happen if we focused on the 3%.
The U.S. Department of Justice, along with Arkansas, filed a joint lawsuit that could give ExxonMobil a slight slap on the wrist for the March pipeline spill of about 5,000 barrels of heavy Canadian crude oil in the Mayflower residential neighborhood.
Sir Richard Branson and Jochen Zeitz have partnered with Unilever and other key stakeholders to launch The B Team’s Plan B agenda for sustainable business, but companies like TransCanada and Exxon present enormous obstacles to the Plan B mission.
Here are five reasons that might keep the executives of the oil and gas companies awake at night because of Bill McKibben and his army of campaigners.
Libby Auld, owner of Elote and The Vault restaurants in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is an example of a new generation of restaurants emerging across the U.S. These restauranteurs grow revenues by developing a meaningful connection with customers based on affordability, authenticity and purpose.