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Facing Environmental Cleanup and the Insurance Policy Is Missing? You May Still Be Covered

Facing Environmental Cleanup and the Insurance Policy Is Missing? You May Still Be Covered

Often when companies are faced with an environmental cleanup, they cannot locate occurrence-based liability insurance policies issued decades earlier that may provide coverage for their claim costs. But it’s possible the cleanup may still be

Following Hurricane Devastation, Calls to Bring Back the Federal Flood Standards Get Louder

Following Hurricane Devastation, Calls to Bring Back the Federal Flood Standards Get Louder

Opinion: Hurricanes Maria, Irma and Harvey have starkly exposed just how vulnerable America remains, and how much more must be done to rein in the causes and impacts of climate change and strengthen our nation’s resilience to extreme weather events, writes Mindy Lubber, president and CEO of Ceres.

Kirk Myers, Sr. Manager Sustainability – REI

Kirk Myers, Sr. Manager Sustainability – REI

“Especially for consumer facing brands, none of us can do enough ‘less bad’ to have a global impact at scale. We have to continue to focus on ‘less bad,’ but also on ‘more good.’ We all – especially mission based brands and organizations – need to be focused on creating…”

World Water Week: 2 Key Takeaways

World Water Week: 2 Key Takeaways

A key theme in World Water Week was “un-tapping” wastewater; that is, viewing wastewater as a valued resource instead of as something to discard. Currently repurposed wastewater accounts for only 2.41% of all water use globally. With the growing gap between freshwater supply and demand, we must rethink our traditional approach to water use (freshwater in, wastewater out) and find ways…

Why Low Water Rates Are a Bad Sign

Why Low Water Rates Are a Bad Sign

The US’s aging water infrastructure is wasting 2 trillion gallons of treated drinking water resulting from about 240,000 water main breaks each year; modernizing the infrastructure will be a frustrating but necessary challenge at both the commercial and residential levels, says Gillan Taddune of Banyan Water.