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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 »
Will RGGI Double Down on Carbon Cuts?

Will RGGI Double Down on Carbon Cuts?

Carbon pricing, the bogeyman of climate-change mitigation, still inspires terror in some US corporate executives and politicians, despite support from global businesses and governments. Opponents argue carbon pricing will cause electricity prices to skyrocket and make businesses less competitive. But when it comes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, it works ... Read more »
How to Manage Carbon Emissions — and Carbon Policy — Across the Value Chain

How to Manage Carbon Emissions — and Carbon Policy — Across the Value Chain

Carbon pricing, in the form of a carbon tax or a cap-and-trade system, is used by businesses and governments all over the world to cut greenhouse gas emissions and, according to proponents, grow the economy. Critics say the opposite is true, but more on that later. Carbon pricing pushes companies ... Read more »
Microsoft, Mars, Ingersoll Rand on How to Profit from Climate Leadership

Microsoft, Mars, Ingersoll Rand on How to Profit from Climate Leadership

The EPA recently announced its climate leadership awards, recognizing companies, organizations and partnerships for managing and reducing greenhouse gas emissions in internal operations and throughout the supply chain, as well as integrating climate resilience into their operating strategies. Three companies — Ingersoll Rand, Mars and Microsoft — took home organizational ... Read more »
Will New Analysis Raise US Business Support for Carbon Pricing Policy?

Will New Analysis Raise US Business Support for Carbon Pricing Policy?

As global companies increasingly rally behind putting a price on carbon, new analysis from the World Resources Institute finds a carbon price — either a carbon tax or cap-and-trade program — would reduce emissions even more than the US Energy Information Administration has predicted. In WRI’s new issue brief, Putting ... Read more »

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