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- Nature risk reporting lags far behind climate disclosures, CDP findsThe CDP calls for more comprehensive environmental risk reporting as hundreds of organizations back ISSB’s sustainability disclosure standards.
- Has the shared e-scooter industry finally grown up?Despite setbacks, cities are still embracing shared e-scooters to help get people out of cars.
- Why more big consumer health companies should become B CorpsSponsored: Sanofi Consumer Healthcare North America’s new B Corp certification enables millions of people to take part in the growing global movement for positive change.
- Solving the EV charging problem for multi-unit dwellingsCalifornia startup Orange is targeting a major EV adoption problem — charging in multi-unit dwellings.
- Removing to Net Zero: 5 Carbon Removal Insights for CSOsTo limit global warming and act on the climate emergency, emissions reductions are a priority, but not sufficient. Corporate net zero targets won’t be achieved without carbon removal. Discover 5 strategic insights to harness carbon removal on your company's net zero journey with our downloadable report, "Removing to net zero: 5 carbon removal insights for […]
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Yearly Archives: 2013
Running a home today is a big job, and in most households in extra $40 or $50 a month to make a real difference in the quality of life for the family. We’ll here are some practical ways that you can possibly save that much off your electric bill. This first one was a big eye-opener for me,
1. Service your air-conditioning unit.
Having your central heating, cleaned and inspected yearly is a very good idea.
There are coils on the inside of a central air-conditioning unit that the air flows through to be heated or cooled and circulated back into the house. When these coils become clogged with dust, dirt, and mold, an accumulation of this restricts the air flow which makes the unit less effective and the motors in the unit work harder and longer, because of the restricted airflow. Continue reading
Every year, tons of material that could be recycled aren’t, and end up clogging our already overwhelmed dumps, waterways and roadsides. Most people think it’s a difficult undertaking to organize a recycling center at home. However, with some creativity and commitment, it can be easy to do. You’ll feel better about yourself doing your part to care for the environment as a result, too. Continue reading
We all understand that “going green” is essentially about protecting the environment and sustaining its natural resources–but it’s also for the business.
“An office that encourages green practices tends to attract talented employees who want to work at a place that cares about their well-being,” Maer Ditrich, an German HRM manager says. “Plus, you or your employer saves money when you use less paper or your turn off the lights; and that money can be put back in to their operation.” Continue reading
Decades of tree and biomass research jointly conducted by Florida Statue University and Shell Energy have resulted in the planting of the largest single “Energy Crop Plantation” in the entire United States. This Plantation spans approximately 130 acres and is home to over 250,000 planted trees including cottonwoods (native to the area) and eucalyptus (which are non-invasive) along with various row crops such as soybeans. This organization of “super trees” was brought into being as a result of the University’s joint research with other agencies including Shell, the US Department of Energy, the Common Purpose Institute, and groups of various individuals who are working to develop alternative energy sources (those not dependent on fossil fuels) for the future. Continue reading