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Support ‘We Are Still In’ to Help Ensure a Sustainable Future

The blogosphere is atwitter about the U.S. Administration’s announcement that “We’re getting out” of the Paris Climate Accord, justifiably so. The groundswell of commitments to continue to pursue emissions reductions despite the Administration’s decision to pull out of the agreement has been impressive. According to We Are Still In, more than 1,200 U.S. governors, mayors, businesses (Scope [...]

2017-07-12T00:16:42+00:00By |Sustainable Business|

Sustainability Reporting to the CDP Doesn’t Have to be Maddening

All it takes for quiet desperation to become outright frustration is one data error or misplaced spreadsheet. As the deadline to submit reports to the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) approaches, don’t let this happen to you. Let’s Take A Step Back Challenges like this are rooted in the fact that many sustainability directors and managers [...]

The Potential of Internal Carbon Pricing Policies

The original version of this Scope 5 article was recently updated and published on TriplePundit... As more and more organizations start putting a price on carbon, a critical first step is having the cost of carbon felt directly by those emitting it.

2017-05-18T19:00:46+00:00By |Sustainable Business|

How Internal Carbon Fees are Like Sub-Metering

Over the past several months, we’ve seen increased interest from medium to large organizations in implementing some sort of carbon pricing. To a large degree, this seems to have been inspired by Microsoft’s success in implementing an internal carbon fee (ICF), which, they claim, now saves them over $10 million each year. It's an exciting [...]

2017-05-18T19:00:47+00:00By |BlogPost|