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- A surge of new plastic production is on the way January 17, 2020Major oil companies, facing the prospect of reduced demand for their fuels, are ramping up their plastics output.
- Telecommuting has benefits, but here's why employers aren't more flexible January 17, 2020One of the benefits is getting workers off the road.
- Episode 203: Conversations about the State of Green Business January 17, 2020Plus, an interview with John Schulz, director of sustainability integration at AT&T, and outtakes from the State of Green Business webcast.
- How can we adapt to climate change? This online hub has answers January 17, 2020A database of practical tools, case studies, state and regional action plans, and other resources offers lessons on building resiliency.
- Microsoft’s quest to go ‘carbon negative’ inspires $1B fund January 17, 2020Bold new commitment will see the tech giant charge an internal carbon fee not just on emissions from its direct operations, but on those of its supply chain.
- Clean Energy Deal Tracker: Don’t say Amazon isn’t doing anything — international PPAs on the rise January 16, 2020The corporate renewable procurements disclosed in the fourth quarter of 2019 were remarkable for being unremarkable.
- New tool from Ellen MacArthur Foundation aims to help companies measure circularity January 16, 2020Circulytics was created to go where no other business service has gone before, in terms of exploring and advancing circularity at every level.
- Raining fire: It’s time for a tech reckoning January 16, 2020There remains such a disconnect between what the world needs and what Silicon Valley is producing.
- From sustainable to regenerative: bold business moves to transform the agriculture system January 16, 2020Regenerative practices could bring huge win-wins for farmers, food companies and the environment, implementing them will involve overcoming wide-ranging barrier.
- PG&E’s failures are spurring a movement toward electric cooperatives January 16, 2020Beacause they directly serve the interests of ratepayers, co-ops often can invest more quickly in new technologies and approaches.