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About three months ago, Bob Holycross was promoted to become Ford’s top environmental and safety officer, charged with implementing the automaker’s sustainability practices, among other things. Even though Ford is facing both internal restructuring and as well as the massive transformation happening in the broader automotive industry, the company continues to make strong commitments to
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Jessica Onyshko, principal consultant at Anthesis, says embedding sustainable chemistry into company practices depends on a number of factors because the discipline is so broad. Right now most companies are trying to figure out how to embed these practices into their products and supply chain that cover the product’s entire lifecycle, according to Onyshko. When
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A new report by The Conference Board reveals the latest trends in sustainability reporting. The analysis examined how nearly 6,000 companies in 26 countries are reporting on more than 90 environmental and social practices, ranging from greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to boardroom diversity to water consumption. As companies prepare for the sustainability reporting season, here
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The following is adapted from State of Green Business 2020, published by GreenBiz in partnership with Trucost, part of financial information and analytics giant S&P Global. We’re in the midst of a building boom. Commercial floor space is projected to grow by 40.5 percent by 2050. And once built, buildings stick around for a while:
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Clean Power Published on March 2nd, 2020 | by John Farrell March 2nd, 2020 by John Farrell  Originally published at ILSR.org  A collaborative report by Timothy DenHerder-Thomas (Cooperative Energy Futures) and Jonathan Welle (Cleveland Owns), with contributing authors John Farrell and Maria McCoy (Institute for Local Self-Reliance). Key Links Download the Report Executive Summary This
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