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Shaw Reaches Carbon Neutrality for Commercial Carpet Manufacturing

Shaw Reaches Carbon Neutrality for Commercial Carpet Manufacturing

Shaw Industries Group says that the company has achieved carbon neutrality in its commercial carpet manufacturing operations, encompassing all the commercial carpet manufacturing facilities they own and operate globally.

Report Reveals Global Apparel and Footwear Industries’ Emissions

Report Reveals Global Apparel and Footwear Industries’ Emissions

Apparel and footwear industries worldwide account for about the same amount of emissions as the European Union, a report from Quantis commissioned by the ClimateWorks Foundation has found.

Heineken Commits to 70% Renewable Energy in Production by 2030

Heineken Commits to 70% Renewable Energy in Production by 2030

Heineken has committed to increasing its share of renewable energy in production from the current 14% level to 70% in 2030. The Dutch brewing company also announced that it will set carbon emissions reduction goals for distribution, cooling, and packaging through a new program called Drop the C. Throughout the … Read more »

PwC UK Sets Emissions and Renewables Targets for 2022

PwC UK Sets Emissions and Renewables Targets for 2022

PwC UK published new emissions and renewables targets for 2022. The audit, assurance, consulting, and tax services firm also reported on environmental progress made since 2007. The report “Acting on carbon: Our 10 year journey” articulates several new targets for 2022 using 2007 baselines. For total carbon, the firm aims … Read more »

Continuous Improvements Lead to Waste, Water, Energy Management Improvements: Q&A with Atlanta Airport

Continuous Improvements Lead to Waste, Water, Energy Management Improvements: Q&A with Atlanta Airport

Last year, Hartsfield-Jackson’s energy management program won an Environmental Leader Award. The judges called it “a great example of how an airport can use data to manage both consumption and cost of energy…” We caught up with Marshall to learn about the projects that may help Hartsfield-Jackson become

Slow Progress Towards Low Carbon Society

Slow Progress Towards Low Carbon Society

Despite anticipated increases in renewable power generation in coming years, global progress towards a low-carbon energy system will remain slow, according to an analysis by Frost & Sullivan. According to the report, coal-based generation will decline rapidly in North America and Europe post-2020 and gas-fired power generation is expected to … Read more »

Study: EU Can Cut Carbon by Nearly Half

Study: EU Can Cut Carbon by Nearly Half

The European Union can achieve carbon reductions of 49 percent by 2030 – far more than the current proposed target of 40 percent – by cutting its dependency on natural gas imports and increasing cost-effective investments in renewable energy and energy efficiency, according to an analysis released yesterday by Ecofys. … Read more »

Inspector General: EPA Met or Exceeded Most Internal Climate Change Goals

The EPA adhered to most climate change requirements for federal agencies and in some cases exceeded its goals and requirements related to water use, greenhouse gas emissions and renewable energy, according to the Office of the Inspector General. The EPA was one of only three agencies out of 25 reporting … Read more »

ACEEE to EPA: Add Building Codes to Clean Power Plan

Building codes should be a part of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan, and omitting them means missing an opportunity for substantial energy savings, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. The Clean Power Plan, proposed on June 2, is aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from fossil-fired electric-generating … Read more »

Report Predicts Cities’ Reaction to Climate Change

A report by the engineering and design consultancy Arup projects how cities around the world will change in response to climate change, resource scarcity and increasing urban flooding. Cities Alive predicts that technology and nature will work together seamlessly to create cities that are an integrated network of intelligent green … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: DOE Computer Standards, BP Spill Estimates

The Department of Energy announced in the Federal Register that it plans to order new efficiency standards for all computers and servers in the US. The DOE said it “tentatively” ruled that title III, part A of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (EPCA) covers both consumers and servers. The DOE proposal is open for public comment … Read more »

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