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Chilled Water Optimization, LED Upgrades Save Big at Big Pharma

Chilled Water Optimization, LED Upgrades Save Big at Big Pharma

By Tom Pagliuco, Executive Director, Global Energy Engineering, Allergan There are currently two types of projects that typically have attractive economics for pharmaceutical facilities and we have been focusing our attention on: LED lighting upgrades and chilled water optimization projects. Lighting is a low risk, easy to implement energy savings … Read more »

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Businesses Using Carbon Pricing to Manage Climate Risks

Carbon markets are booming, according to two new reports, and business is playing a key role. Global carbon markets’ total value increased 9 percent to €48.4 billion ($52.6 billion) in 2015, boosted by North American markets, which grew 121 percent in terms of volume and 220 percent in terms of … Read more »

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Carbon Pricing Surges Across Major Multinational

Putting a price on carbon emissions is going mainstream, according to new disclosures provided to CDP, which finds major multinationals including Allergan, Campbell’s Soup, Colgate-Palmolive, Stanley Black & Decker, Exxon Mobil, General Electric, Nestle, Microsoft and Nissan are among the 437 companies using carbon pricing to offset the costs and … Read more »

2014’s Top Green Companies Named

Media and telecommunications firm Vivendi, pharmaceutical company Allergan and software house Adobe Systems have taken the top three spots in Newsweek’s 2014 Top Green Companies in the World. The annual ranking, which Newsweek publishes alongside a US-only ranking, rates the world’s largest companies’ corporate sustainability and environmental impact, ultimately awarding each company … Read more »

Exxon, Microsoft, Target Added to Dow Jones Index; IBM Dropped

Exxon, Microsoft, Target Added to Dow Jones Index; IBM Dropped

Exxon, Microsoft, Canadian National Railway and Target are among the largest companies added to, and IBM, GlaxoSmithKline and United Technologies among those dropped from, one of the world’s leading sustainability indices. Swiss-based investment firm SAM and Dow Jones Indexes released the 2012 Dow Jones Sustainability Index review, which tracks the … Read more »