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industrial plant emissions

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.

GE, McDonald’s, Starbucks, Nike Cut from DJSI World

GE, McDonald’s, Starbucks, Nike Cut from DJSI World

Amgen, Commonwealth Bank of Australia and GlaxoSmithKline are among the new additions to the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices World. Meanwhile Bank of America, General Electric, McDonald’s, Starbucks and Nike are among the companies to get cut from the DJSI World this year. These companies did, however, make the North American … Read more »

Food waste

Mass. Plans Commercial Food Waste Ban

Starting in July 2014, when customers eat at a restaurant in Massachusetts, wasted food will not head for the trash, but will be converted into energy via anaerobic digesters, according to plans proposed by Gov. Deval Patrick’s administration. The commercial food waste ban will help the state reduce the volume … Read more »

Marks & Spencer, National Grid Top FTSE 100 Carbon Reporting Ranking

Marks & Spencer, National Grid Top FTSE 100 Carbon Reporting Ranking

Marks & Spencer, National Grid, Aviva, RSA and BSkyB are the top five performers leading Carbon Clear’s annual report ranking carbon measurement and reporting efforts of FTSE 100 companies. BT Group, Hammerson, Sainsbury, Whitbread, Pearson and Vodafone rounded out the highest ranked companies for carbon measurement and reporting. The Carbon … Read more »

Tesco Uses Match-Making Software to Find Green Tech Partners

UK grocery giant Tesco has announced it will use iVeridis’ matchmaking software to help it find suppliers for energy-efficiency projects, helping the company reach its goal of being zero carbon by 2050. With iVeridis’ Greensourcing Software Solution, companies can input their exact green-tech requirements, and are then “matched” to products … Read more »