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Drawing Closer to 100% Water Restoration: Intel’s Todd Brady

Drawing Closer to 100% Water Restoration: Intel’s Todd Brady

Todd Brady, global public affairs and sustainability director for Intel, leads corporate-wide sustainability initiatives. “We’ve been working on this for 20-plus years and did the easy stuff a long time ago,” he told us last fall. Here’s a quick look at what Brady does, along with an update on the company’s projects.

How Mars Inc. Aligns Sustainability with Biz Strategy: Q&A with Supply Chain Exec

How Mars Inc. Aligns Sustainability with Biz Strategy: Q&A with Supply Chain Exec

“To see other industries, competitors and peers, such as Nestle and Unilever, doing good work in this area is […] a testament to the business case,” Richard Ware, global VP of supply, R&D and procurement for Mars, told Environmental Leader. “Tackling these issues requires

We touched base with Ware to learn more about how such commitments and initiatives move the company closer to its business goals.

Toyota Water Conservation Efforts Include Contest Sponsorship across 4,800 Cities

Toyota Water Conservation Efforts Include Contest Sponsorship across 4,800 Cities

Toyota, through a partnership with the Wyland Foundation, is attempting to raise awareness of the importance of clean water and watershed health across the country with the Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. The campaign, led by mayors of 4,800 US cities, rewards residents who pledge to make water conservation efforts with a chance to win

EPA Requests Water Infrastructure Projects for $63M in New Loans

EPA Requests Water Infrastructure Projects for $63M in New Loans

Increased EPA loans are available for water infrastructure projects thanks to new legislation that boosted funding for the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA). The program could provide as much as $5.5 billion in loans for new investments to repair the nation’s water infrastructure, the EPA says

Philadelphia Turns Massive Stormwater Runoff Problem Into Economic Boost

Philadelphia Turns Massive Stormwater Runoff Problem Into Economic Boost

Rather than spending nearly $10 billion on a 30-mile-long tunnel to address stormwater runoff problems, Philadelphia is investing a fraction of that on thousands of “green” infrastructure sites across the city. And the strategy is paying off.

Bozeman Faces Stormwater Drainage Hot Spots, Cracks Down on Requirements

Bozeman Faces Stormwater Drainage Hot Spots, Cracks Down on Requirements

Like many municipalities across the country that are struggling with overtaxed water infrastructure, Bozeman, Montana, faces significant stormwater drainage problems. With an unprecedented boom in housing growth and numerous construction projects around town, problems like

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