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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 »

Report Alleges Utility Sector Knew About CO2 Risks in 1968. Times Have Changed

Report Alleges Utility Sector Knew About CO2 Risks in 1968. Times Have Changed

An environmental group is alleging that the utility sector knew in 1968 about climate risks. Today, though, much of the utility sector has evolved and is working toward embracing renewables, on site power and microgrids.

Study: Leading CSR Rankings Lack Consistency, Transparency

Study: Leading CSR Rankings Lack Consistency, Transparency

Although it may sound impressive, getting included in a well-known list of the most sustainable corporations in the world might not actually mean that much. An analysis in the current issue of The CPA Journal asks whether sustainability rankings are consistent across three leading publications that rank them. According to … Read more »

Leaders Unveil Their Secrets: Business Case for Environmental Stewardship

Leaders Unveil Their Secrets: Business Case for Environmental Stewardship

Editor’s note: As sustainable business operations go from “nice to have” to “must have,” companies seem to be more willing to talk about the business side of sustainability. How are their investments in environmental management paying off? At our Environmental Leader 2017 Conference earlier this summer, one of the major take-aways … Read more »