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  • The CarbonNeutral Company Offers GoldPower: Renewable Energy With Additional Carbon Emissions Reductions

    The CarbonNeutral Company is making available GoldPower, a megawatt hour renewable energy product which also guarantees a reduction in carbon emissions. This innovative product is particularly suitable for companies who are focused on the environmental impact of their electricity consumption but want to be sure of a corresponding reduction in ...


    By The CarbonNeutral Company

  • Pike Research Launches Carbon Management Advisory Service

    BOULDER, Co. -Today Pike Research announced the launch of its new Carbon Management Advisory Service, a subscription-based information suite that provides market intelligence and strategy insights for companies seeking to efficiently manage the carbon emissions of their own organizations, as well as those looking to leverage software technologies and managed services for enterprise carbon ...


  • ADVISORY: Remarks by EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy at Resources for the Future

    Thanks, Phil. It’s great to be here at RFF. The expertise and integrity of this organization is testament to your leadership, Phil, and the passion of the people who work here. I want to start with a story decades in the making. Forty years ago, scientists at the University of California uncovered a global crisis. Chemicals in our hairspray, refrigerators, and air conditioners were ...

  • Indirect carbon emissions and why they matter

    Viewpoint from Hugh Jones, Managing Director of Carbon Trust Advisory Services According to our recent research, a combination of regulation and consumer demand means that 93% of multinational companies are now taking steps to address carbon emissions ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • New Carbon Trust research underlines need for corporate leadership on carbon reduction

    New UK carbon budgets and rising consumer demand means carbon is an issue business leaders must now be prepared for New analysis out today shows that despite the UK adopting ambitious new carbon targets last month; only 59% of FTSE 100 companies have clear, robust targets to cut carbon emissions. The new ‘ ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • KPMG `living green` program exceeds overall carbon footprint reduction goals

    KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax and advisory firm, today announced it achieved a 26 percent reduction in its carbon footprint from 2007 through 2009, exceeding the firm"s stated three-year commitment of a 25 percent reduction in just two years. In 2008, KPMG embarked on an ambitious environmental program in the United States called "Living Green" to support the firm"s commitment to reduce the ...

  • UK businesses seriously undervaluing energy efficiency

    Finance directors at large businesses in the UK are undervaluing the financial returns from investments in energy efficiency by more than half, research by Carbon Trust Advisory has revealed. This undervaluation is one factor leading big businesses to waste at least £1.6bn every year on energy they could easily save through measures including upgrades to heating and lighting, energy-saving ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • UK businesses seriously undervaluing energy efficiency

    Finance directors at large businesses in the UK are undervaluing the financial returns from investments in energy efficiency by more than half, research by Carbon Trust Advisory has revealed. This undervaluation is one factor leading big businesses to waste at least £1.6bn every year on energy they could easily save through measures including upgrades to heating and lighting, energy-saving ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • Weaning Business off its Oil Dependency

    Viewpoint from Hugh Jones Managing Director of Carbon Trust Advisory Services Just four years ago, the price of oil was below $50 a barrel. Now Brent crude is typically selling above $100 a barrel.  While there have been some short-lived falls in prices recently, the sudden rebound to over $100 shows that businesses cannot rely on any long-term dips in prices. Indeed, ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • Green buildings will cut North American CO2 emissions

    Promoting the green design, construction, renovation and operation of buildings could cut North American greenhouse gas emissions that are fuelling climate change more deeply, quickly and cheaply than any other available measure, according to a new report released by the trinational Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) at GLOBE 2008. North America’s buildings cause the ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Emission trading is an engine driving new jobs

    Untitled Document At the start of the new year, 1849 managing directors and businessmen throughout Germany received e-mails from ...


  • Cutting carbon from the supply chain: A business critical mission

    Viewpoint from Hugh Jones, Managing Director of Carbon Trust Advisory Services The past few years have seen carbon rise up to the boardroom agenda, with energy efficiency and targeted legislation on carbon emissions turning the spotlight on the financial benefits available. CEOs and the board have catalysed many significant carbon reduction projects, with 93% of multinationals now ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • Catalytic Products International Receives 2012 EBJ Business Achievement Award

    In an industry that has managed to out perform the overall economy, a number of companies have seen significant growth, made successful forays into new areas, or developed technology to help build sustainability. Catalytic Products International (CPI) is one of those companies and was recently recognized by Environmental Business Journal for Technology Merit Air ...

  • Greenstone and Camco launch new carbon and energy reduction web-based service to help up to 34,600 franchises in the UK

    Greenstone Carbon Management, the global specialist carbon solutions company, has announced today that it is working with Camco, an international leader in providing strategic, technical and financial solutions for carbon related issues, to provide energy efficiency and carbon reduction programmes for franchises operating in hospitality, retail and leisure sectors. Greenstone and Camco have ...


    By Greenstone

  • Wyndham Worldwide Achieves 8 Percent Energy Reduction Across 10 Million Square Feet

    (Marketwired) - Wyndham Worldwide (NYSE: WYN), one of the world's largest hospitality companies, again demonstrated its ongoing leadership in global sustainability best practices, achieving an 8 percent reduction in energy use in the first full year of the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Better Buildings Challenge. The government program, ...

  • PwC meets 20 percent carbon-reduction goal two years ahead of schedule

    At the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) event that opened 2010 NYC Climate Week, PwC LLP announced that it met its 20 percent carbon reduction goal in FY09, two years ahead of schedule. PwC is the global advisor and global report writer to the ...

  • DSM named Overall Winner at 2015 Singapore Sustainable Business Awards

    Royal DSM, a global science-based company active in health, nutrition and materials, has been recognized as Overall Winner of the prestigious Singapore Sustainable Business Awards (SBA). DSM received the award for its commitment to sustainability and for creating value along the three dimensions of people, planet and profit throughout its supply chain. Next to being named the Overall Winner, DSM ...


    By DSM

  • Bank of America announces new $50 billion environmental business initiative

    Bank of America today announced a new 10-year, $50 billion environmental business goal to help address climate change, reduce demands on natural resources and advance lower-carbon economic solutions. The company also introduced significant new goals to reduce the environmental impact of its own operations. The new goal, effective Jan. 1, 2013, follows the anticipated completion of the ...

  • Post-Kyoto talks should see global emissions down by 15% in 2020

    Point Carbon, the leading provider of market intelligence, news, analysis, forecasting and advisory services for the energy and environmental markets, predicts that the UN climate negotiations, to be held in Copenhagen in December 2009, will succeed in securing legally-binding emission reductions (known as QELROs - quantified emission limitation and reduction obligations) and that negotiators are ...


  • Canada ranks poorly on CO2 emissions from energy use

    With the 2010 UN climate talks due to start in Cancun on November 29th, a new study rating 183 countries on their CO2 emissions from energy use has identified United Arab Emirates, Australia, USA, Canada, Netherlands and Saudi Arabia as the six nations with the worst performance in relation to CO2 pollution. The CO2 Emissions from Energy Use Index (CEEI) is produced by global risk ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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