There’s another major consumer of water in California and the US – one that doesn’t receive the same attention as lush lawns or agriculture: power plants.
As part of TriplePundit’s observance of Earth Month, we’re sharing five unique corporate Twitter Chats with you. Don't miss the conversations and fun!
So long as banks are solely focused on short-term interests and are rooted in maximizing profit, there is no intrinsic motivation for change, argues the president and CEO of New Resource Bank.
Join Gabi Zedlmayer, Chief Progress Officer for HP for a chat on HP Living Progress and Earth Day on 4/21, 8 am PST / 11am EST – at #livingprogress.Register now
Join Gabi Zedlmayer, Chief Progress Officer for HP, and TriplePundit for a Twitter Chat about HP Living Progress and Earth Day on April 21 — at #LivingProgress.
There are many ways to celebrate Earth Week and highlight the importance of living a more sustainable life. EcoPlum, an online fashion and gift item store, is opening its first pop-up shop with Environment Furniture in New York City, lasting from April 16 to April 22.
Even as the cynic within us gripes about yet another Earth Day, it’s important to remember how the tradition began. Ready for a five-minute history lesson? Grab a fresh cup of coffee, and brush up on the history of Earth Day.
“If a forest can make it in Times Square, it can make it anywhere.” This twist on Sinatra’s iconic lyrics is how Brooklyn-based urban botanist Marielle Anzelone wraps up the video pitch for her Kickstarter campaign to raise funds towards installing a pop-up forest in Times Square.
Apple is making waves in conservation and green energy as well as Internet and computing technology. On April 16, Apple and the Conservation Fund announced they are partnering to protect over 36,000 acres of working forestlands in Maine and North Carolina.
The historic drought in California is making headlines across the United States, but any farmer, anywhere in the world, knows firsthand that this isn’t an isolated event. The issue before us today isn’t whether climate change is real, but how we adapt and respond to increasingly volatile weather, Kerry Preete, executive vice president of global strategy at Monsanto, argues in this exclusive op-ed. Nobody is more vulnerable than farmers to the effects of climate change, she says, and doing nothing is not an option.
At the Gathering of Leaders conference, Carol L. Cone, global chief strategist for business and social purpose at Edelman, spotted these five ‘big bets’ social entrepreneurs are making to tackle global challenges. From revolutionizing pediatrics to creating “the next generation of peacemakers,” these stories are sure to inspire.
Corporate Social Responsibility is an umbrella term for the work that an organization does to improve its communities and lighten its environmental footprint.
Ever since Milton Friedman famously proclaimed “The Social Responsibility of Business is to Increase its Profits” (NYTimes 1970), pundits have pondered whether his purist interpretation was really the only way.
Here we discuss the relation between business economies and sustainability and CSR. Company economies have great impact on how much effort they put into their CSR strategy and incorporating green strategies can have an effect on company growth.
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