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Salesforce Achieves Net-Zero Emissions, Improves Greenpeace Standings

Salesforce Achieves Net-Zero Emissions, Improves Greenpeace Standings

Cloud computing company Salesforce has achieved net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, more than 30 years ahead of schedule, the company announced. Salesforce achieved this in part by executing two 12-year renewable energy agreements in the last year and supporting sustainable development projects through the purchase of high-quality carbon credits, the company … Read more »

Safety Violations Lead to $2.5M Upgrade for Spokane

Safety Violations Lead to $2.5M Upgrade for Spokane

The city of Spokane, Washington, will spend more than $2.5 million on safety upgrades at its waste-to-energy plant; the upgrades were approved by the City Council this week, following the Department of Labor and Industries’ ruling that the city must pay a fine of $59,400 for safety violations. The Department … Read more »

Safety Violations Lead to Hefty Fine for City of Spokane

Safety Violations Lead to Hefty Fine for City of Spokane

The city of Spokane, Washington, is required to pay a $59,400 fine for safety violations that led to serious injuries to two employees in October 2016, despite the fact that city officials say appropriate safety measures were in place and were followed both before and after the accident. The injuries … Read more »

Reebok: New Kicks Created from ‘Things that Grow,’ Will Return to Soil to Grow More Shoes

Reebok: New Kicks Created from ‘Things that Grow,’ Will Return to Soil to Grow More Shoes

Reebok will bring plant-based footwear to the market later this year in an initiative that the company says will create shoes that are “made from things that grow.” The first release will be a shoe that has an upper comprised of organic cotton and a base originating from industrial grown corn … Read more »

Survey: Majority of Businesses Will Continue Commitment to Sustainability Under Trump

Survey: Majority of Businesses Will Continue Commitment to Sustainability Under Trump

Even with the current US administration attempting to dismantle Obama-era environmental regulations, 71% of respondents to a survey conducted by Lucid and Urjanet continue to be committed to sustainability, reducing energy use, and improving overall performance of the built environment. The survey of sustainability professionals, facilities managers, and building operators also found that almost one-quarter (24%) of organizations increased their commitment to sustainability in the face of new federal administration.