Wall Street Journal's ECO:nomics Conference

Each year, top CEOs and investors, pioneering entrepreneurs, environmental experts and policy makers convene at ECO:nomics, The Wall Street Journal’s celebrated conference in Santa Barbara, to discuss and debate the most critical issues facing leaders who are driving change at the intersection of business and the environment. Their deliberations are covered annually in a Wall Street Journal special report published worldwide shortly after the event.

The Wall Street Journal has been kind enough to have invited 3p for several years now to cover the conference. On this page you can find our latest and previous reporting from the event.

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Video Interview: Nic Delaye, Dir, U.S. Sustainable Business Solutions, PwC

Although looking at the ROI from the cost reductions that occur from sustainability initiatives is relatively simple, there is significant indirect value created…
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Video Interview: Ory Zik, Founder and CEO, Energy Points

Triple Pundit Founder Nick Aster sat down with Ory Zik, CEO of Energy Points, last week at the WSJ ECO:nomics conference to discuss…
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Video Interview: Suzanne Shelton, President & CEO, Shelton Group

Suzanne let a lunchtime discussion at WSJ ECO:nomics on the fact that, while companies have come a long way in terms of CSR,…
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Video Interview: Raj Mamodia, CEO of Brillio

I had a chance to sit down with Raj Mamodia, Brillo's CEO to learn more about how Brillio will help companies, especially utilities…
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Video Interview: Peter Graf, CSO EVP at SAP

I had a chance to sit down with Peter and talk about SAP's recently released integrated report, the process for putting it together…
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Why Solar Power is Pure ECO:nomics

At this year's ECO:nomics Conference, energy leaders discussed the arrival of solar on the energy main stage. Learn about how an increasingly diverse…
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Top Eleven Takeaways from WSJ’s Conference on Business and Sustainability

The top eleven remarkable moments at the Wall Street Journal's Eco:nomics Conference. The focus was on the opportunities and risks that are quickly…
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Bill Gates on the Five Miracles Needed for Energy and Climate Challenges

Bill Gates is dedicating an increasing amount of time and resources in pursuit of clean energy solutions. His goal is to get the…
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WSJ Announces Top 10 Venture Backed Clean Tech Companies

During this years ECO:nomics Conference, The Wall Street Journal announced the Top 10 venture-backed clean-tech companies.  Eco:nomics is a conference that brings together the…

Genomics, Next Gen Fuel Cells, Water: Parting thoughts from ECO:nomics

  The Wall Street Journal’s third annual ECO:nomics conference: Creating Environmental Capital wrapped up last week and I’m pleased to report that it…

Energy Secretary Chu Fields Questions at ECO:nomics

U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu, fresh from the inaugural ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit, was the final and perhaps most anticipated speaker at last…
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Betting on RecycleBank: The Next Big Thing?

In the CleanTech space, solar may be hot, the future of the smart grid may be bright, but Ron Gonen, CEO of RecycleBank,…

A Day of Energy at ECO:nomics

Allan Murray, Deputy Managing Editor of the Wall Street Journal, suggests that the Journal started its ECO:nomics conference several years ago largely because…
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Reputation as Growth Driver: Disney and “Generation Green”

With kids as one of its core demographics, The Walt Disney Company is obviously quite interested in what kids care about. Speaking at…

WSJ’s ECO:nomics Conference Kicks Off This Week

The Wall Street Journal’s Environmental Capital blog may have closed up shop earlier this year but the name lives on in the Journal’s…