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G20 Task Force: Companies Should Disclosure Climate-Related Financial Risks

G20 Task Force: Companies Should Disclosure Climate-Related Financial Risks

Corporations should disclose the financial impacts of climate change on their business and how they are managing these risks, according to a task force convened by the G20’s Financial Stability Board.

EHS Implementation Success is a Team Sport

EHS Implementation Success is a Team Sport

Date: Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time You will soon roll out a new data management system. Just put one foot in front of the other and everything will work out, right? Not so fast. Launching a new data management system means changing the way your users … Read more »

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Why Setting Science Based Targets Matters

Enterprising companies are taking their environmental efforts to the next level and setting science based targets: greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals in line with what scientists say is necessary to keep global warming below the 2-degree threshold.

Why Leading Global Companies Are Using a New Food Waste Standard to Reduce Waste

Why Leading Global Companies Are Using a New Food Waste Standard to Reduce Waste

Food loss and waste costs businesses billions of dollars each year and it generates about 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, accounting for the carbon footprint of food produced and not eaten. This means if food waste was a country, it would be the third-largest greenhouse gas emitter on … Read more »

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Why Climate Business Risk Disclosures are the New Norm

A new emissions disclosure rule, proposed by the White House this week, would require companies with federal contracts to report on their greenhouse gas emissions, efforts and targets to limit such releases and their climate-change related business risks. “It’s the responsible thing to do to take steps to understand the … Read more »

Ecova Environmental Management Saves Clients $2.1 Billion

Ecova Environmental Management Saves Clients $2.1 Billion

Energy and environmental management company Ecova says it has identified $2.1 billion in savings related to energy, water, waste and telecommunications for its commercial and industrial clients since 2013 through its resource management programs. Ecova works with more than 900 commercial and industrial multi-site companies to find savings and improve … Read more »

Using Competitors’ Data to Boost Your Firm’s EHS Performance

Using Competitors’ Data to Boost Your Firm’s EHS Performance

Big data is changing how environment, health and safety managers do their jobs, from complying with environmental laws to managing risk and ensuring worker safety on the production floor. Here’s another way big data can boost EHS performance and businesses: you can access other companies’ data to gain a competitive … Read more »

US Navy

US Navy Asks Largest Suppliers to Disclose GHG Emissions via CDP

The US Navy will ask its 100 largest suppliers to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions, as well as strategies for cutting them, via CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project). The US military is the world’s largest fossil fuels user with the Navy and Marines representing a third of that use. The … Read more »

Ford Shares Environmental Management Best Practices with Suppliers

Ford Shares Environmental Management Best Practices with Suppliers

Ford has expanded an environmental reporting tool for its suppliers that the automaker says will help them save money and shrink their environmental impact. The program, which highlights Ford’s best practices for reducing energy use and carbon emissions as well as improving water management, is called Partnership for A Cleaner … Read more »

Why Investors Should Pay Attention to Methane Risks

No one likes uncertainty, least of all investors. Good, actionable information is their most important tool for risk management and key to successful investing – because without proper data, investors are flying blind. And yet, none of the 65 oil and gas companies reviewed in a just-released study by Environmental Defense Fund … Read more »