A number of recent developments by each of the top three natural gas producers show that they have been working to develop cleaner safer methods of extracting the gas from beneath the earth.
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.
Omni Water Solutions’ technology allows the fracking industry to re-use water. But their ultimate goal is to have an impact in the world’s drinking water crisis.
The oil companies are wasting natural gas as they excavate oil. The World Bank estimates that in North Dakota alone, natural gas flares produce the same amount of global warming pollution as 2.5 million cars. The oil and gas industry wastes two to three percent of all the natural gas in the country, according to the EPA, due to flaring, leaks, and other waste.
In its most recent CSR report, Heineken USA announced achievements on community work as well as the environment. The green bottle is going LEED Gold.
The Horse Poo Bank offers you an investment in the future, supporting clean solutions for the climate together with breakthrough technologies in modern energies, “green” chemicals and nutrients. All you need to do is invest in horse manure.
Industrial symbiosis makes the most of any underused resources (materials, water, energy, expertise and so on) by asking how one company’s surplus can meet another’s needs.
In honor of World Food Day, Denise Knight, Director of Sustainable Agriculture at The Coca-Cola Company, shares her thoughts on how big companies can aid small farmers.
Amul, India’s largest dairy cooperative, is benefitting from SAP’s information technology as it works to serve more than three million farmers in the state of Gujarat.
Child labor is all to common on palm oil plantations in the Philippines, as a study by the Manila-based Center for Trade Union and Human Rights (CTUHR) found.
Working in conjunction with Anaergia Services, a division of Anaergia, provider of biogas production systems, and Fuel Cell Energy, makers of molten carbonate fuel cells, Inland Empire Utilities Agency (IEUA) implemented a 2.8 MW fuel cell solution that provides super clean power to help run the RP-1 treatment facility in Ontario.
Australian carbon trading took another step forward last month when the first carbon credits under the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme were issued.