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- Break Through the Noise: Investor and Media Perspectives on Crafting a Compelling StoryHaving a hard time getting investor and media attention? As more companies focus on climate tech, it’s becoming harder to stand out from the crowd. Hear expert advice from climate investors and journalists on how you can help your startup break through the noise. We’ll cover best practices for reaching out to media and investors […]
- How Buyers Can Scale High-Quality Carbon Dioxide Removal for Climate ImpactWhat is the role of buyers in scaling high-quality carbon dioxide removal? In this webinar, experts from Carbon Direct and Microsoft will discuss the challenges in the voluntary carbon market and the unique role that buyers have to play in helping to address those challenges.
- How global plastic policies could slash virgin plastic production by 30 percent by 2040A new report highlights 15 policies that could drive a major decrease in plastic use around the world — but will governments adopt them as part of a new global plastics treaty?
- The top carbon-credit rating agencies are often inconsistent and inaccurate, watchdog claimsRating the raters: Carbon Market Watch said agencies don't accurately reflect the benefits they’re supposed to be reviewing.
- How startup Tulu is upending the bias for ownershipCombining a self-contained storage unit and an app, the product rental service can help incentivize quality and advance circularity.
- Break Through the Noise: Investor and Media Perspectives on Crafting a Compelling Story
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Category Archives: Advices
Today more than ever most of us hear about going green on all types of media, like the news, websites, blogs, radio, television, as well as in everyday conversation. Anyone should be aware of their own environment and make sure to not pollute, reuse items rather than discarding them, or at least deliver them to a recycle facility for appropriate disposal. It seems almost inconceivable to believe that starting my car and letting it run for five minutes to get the heat or air conditioning running has any kind of effect on the earth’s pulse, however when you multiply that millions of times, there’s no doubt that it has a severe impact. Continue reading
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
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
The title of European Green Capital has just been awarded to Nantes, France’s sixth largest city, at a handover ceremony in Brussels. Janez Potočnik congratulated Nantes on receiving the title of European Green Capital 2013, a title that brings with it great responsibility. Continue reading