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BP Invests $30M in Waste-to-Biofuel Producer Fulcrum BioEnergy

BP will invest $30 million in Fulcrum BioEnergy, which makes transportation biofuels from waste, and buy 500 million gallons of renewable jet fuel over 10 years in an effort to curb aviation emissions.

Why Corporate Fleet Owners Should Test Drive Renewable Natural Gas

Renewable natural gas has the potential to reduce the US heavy transport sector’s reliance on diesel and gasoline.

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CDP Climate A List Revealed: Which Firms Lead in Reducing GHG Emissions?

General Motors, Johnson Controls, Apple and Microsoft are among the 193 companies on CDP’s Climate A List 2016, meaning they receive an “A” grade for their actions to mitigate climate change.

Finding Private Sector Opportunities in the ‘New Carbon Economy’

Cashing in on climate change projects offers a huge financial opportunity for companies. Addressing the annual global environmental damage estimate, projected to reach $28 trillion by 2050, can be a profitable endeavor, Mark Ward, general manager of UL EHS Sustainability, said at the UL EHS Sustainability-hosted user forum last week. … Read more »

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Power Plant Emissions Down, But Still 30% of Total GHGs

Power plant emissions declined last year, but they are still one of the largest sources of US carbon pollution, according to EPA data released yesterday. While power plant emissions dropped by 6.2 percent in 2015, compared to 2014 levels, nearly 1,500 of these facilities emitted about 2 billion metric tons … Read more »

How Major Multi-Nationals Cut Emissions, Save Money by Embedding Carbon Pricing into Business Strategies

How Major Multi-Nationals Cut Emissions, Save Money by Embedding Carbon Pricing into Business Strategies

Global environmental services company Suez uses an internal carbon price to drive investment in low-carbon technologies such as energy-efficient water pumps. Meanwhile IT giant Microsoft used its carbon fee fund to support, among other low-carbon projects. The fee, paid by business units across the company, funds internal efficiency upgrades, power … Read more »

Mars Drinks’ Single Serve Packaging Redesign Cuts Carbon Footprint by 31%

Mars Drinks, which provides coffee to offices and other workplaces, has developed a new design for its single-serve packaging that has a 31 percent carbon footprint reduction.