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Candy Maker Mars is the Latest American Company to take Bite Out of Emissions

Candy Maker Mars is the Latest American Company to take Bite Out of Emissions

In an effort to appeal to its customers and to help maintain the objectives of the Paris climate accord, candy company Mars Inc. says that it will enforce its own greenhouse gas emissions goals across its supply chain.

State Attorney Generals Attack Trump’s EPA Over Clean Power Plan Advice

State Attorney Generals Attack Trump’s EPA Over Clean Power Plan Advice

Some state attorney generals are taking issue with the legal advice that EPA Administrator has given to states, which is that while the Clean Power Plan is being litigated, they do not have to meet the ruling’s timetables.

Uniting Diverse Stakeholders Around Resiliency: Q&A with Panasonic

Uniting Diverse Stakeholders Around Resiliency: Q&A with Panasonic

“Partnerships really do matter. You have to be able to have a working relationship with an entity that’s willing to experiment with you and do things differently. You have to take risks. You have to be willing to have those honest conversations.” Matthew Crosby, utility solutions program manager for Panasonic CityNow, talks about a new business model for increasing energy resiliency and reliability.

Molson Coors Reduces Water Consumption 0.6% in 2016

Molson Coors Reduces Water Consumption 0.6% in 2016

Molson Coors was able to reduce water consumption by 0.6% in 2016 and announced plans to improve water-use efficiency by 22% by 2025. The company’s water strategy focuses on working with farmers on water conservation, improving soil health and biodiversity, and advancing water restoration efforts in its watersheds. The company … Read more »

So the Grid Is Safe, but Will Your Company’s Onsite Solar Be Shorted by the Eclipse?

So the Grid Is Safe, but Will Your Company’s Onsite Solar Be Shorted by the Eclipse?

The last total solar eclipse to pass over parts of the US was in 1979. Businesses have become much more reliant on solar power since then and the eclipse on August 21 could affect the 45 gigawatts of solar capacity installed throughout the country. During the eclipse, it is expected … Read more »

Hitting the Goals of the Paris Agreement Requires Urgent Business Support

Hitting the Goals of the Paris Agreement Requires Urgent Business Support

There’s just a 5% chance of reaching the goals set by the Paris agreement, or keeping temperature increases to no more than 2 degrees Celsius by mid century, according to research effort published in Nature Climate Change. The pressure is now on the business community.

US House Would Take Hacksaw To Clean Energy Budget

US House Would Take Hacksaw To Clean Energy Budget

If the US House of Representatives gets its way, 2018 funding for renewable energy and energy efficiency will get cut by 45% while it would preserve the allocations given to fossil fuel energy research.

Vail Makes Epic Promise to Eliminate Development Impact via Partnerships, Awareness, Renewable Energy

Vail Makes Epic Promise to Eliminate Development Impact via Partnerships, Awareness, Renewable Energy

Vail Resorts plans to improve its recycling and composting program, engage with vendors to reduce packaging and to source recyclable and compostable products, work with local resort communities to increase options for reuse and diversion, and increase awareness and engagement with employees and guests through signage, labeling and training in order to reach zero waste … Read more »