The business sector can be a transformative leader in ensuring our communities have plentiful clean water for generations to come. The possibilities are endless. And the time is now.
A killer story connects both on an intellectual level, and an emotional level. A killer story is full of visual and sense-based detail. A killer story is persuasive and memorable. Why Storytelling Matters Ever go a day without sharing a story? You won’t be able to talk to your friends or tell your family how… Read More
“The B Corp movement is one of the most important of our lifetime, built on the simple fact that business impacts and serves more than just shareholders—it has an equal responsibility to the community and to the planet.” ~Rose Marcario, CEO of Patagonia Next month Toronto is hosting the annual B Corporation Champions Retreat event,… Read More
A major revision to Greenhouse Gas Protocol Scope 2 methodology provides companies an upgraded tool to understand their impacts, how they can lower them, and become more transparent. But it requires sourcing, tracking and reporting additional emission factors. Scope 5’s John Merrill shares how Scope 5 can help you.
“Our job is to “first do no harm,’ so addressing climate change as part of keeping people healthy and safe could be interpreted as being in the Hippocratic Oath” That was one of the first points Brenna Davis, Virginia Mason Health System’s Director of Sustainability made clear when we spoke recently. So, it should be no surprise… Read More
The landscape of sustainability data management tools can be dauntingly complex. One of the most common pitfalls that we see is the confusion between energy management tools (EM tools) and more general sustainability data management tools (SDM tools). In this post, we’ll briefly explain the difference between the two. Generally, EM tools are targeted at facility… Read More
Organizations developing sustainability programs no doubt feel pressure to revolutionize their operations when stakeholders demand results and industry experts exhort them to go all in, with the implication that failure to do so is a lack of commitment. Smaller organizations may not have copious funds to devote to sustainability and by necessity need to maximize… Read More