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Uniting Diverse Stakeholders Around Resiliency: Q&A with Panasonic

Uniting Diverse Stakeholders Around Resiliency: Q&A with Panasonic

“Partnerships really do matter. You have to be able to have a working relationship with an entity that’s willing to experiment with you and do things differently. You have to take risks. You have to be willing to have those honest conversations.” Matthew Crosby, utility solutions program manager for Panasonic CityNow, talks about a new business model for increasing energy resiliency and reliability.

How to Manage Environmental Risk in a Complex Organization: Tips from DIA

[Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles based on interviews from experts in the field who will be speaking at the Environmental Leader 2016 Conference in June.] Environmental management becomes more challenging as organizations grow in complexity, but Denver International Airport – the first US airport … Read more »

Denver

Panasonic Provides Smart City Technologies to Denver

Panasonic has formed a smart city partnership with Denver, Colorado, and a number of local private entities that aims to improve energy efficiency, water management and other public services. Panasonic says the partnership with use the company’s CityNOW smart city technology to make Denver a more sustainable city. The application … Read more »

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Airport Carbon Management Standard Takes Off

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the first North American airport to earn Airport Carbon Accreditation, a carbon management standard launched by the Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) this week. The program is similar to one that has been in place in Europe since 2009, the airport industry group says. The program … Read more »

Denver International Airport

Denver Airport Plans Air Quality Improvements

Denver International Airport expects to prevent more than 92 tons of carbon monoxide emissions from entering the air thanks to a $442,500 grant by the Federal Aviation Administration. The grant, intended to reduce emissions and improve air quality at the airport, is administered through the FAA’s Voluntary Airport Low Emission … Read more »