August 10, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The June arrival of the AIDAsol marked the official opening of the landside power plant in Altona. In addition to Olaf Scholz, Mayor of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Jens Meier, Chairman of the Management Board HPA, Dr. Monika Griefahn, Director for Environment and Society AIDA Cruises, and Michael Westhagemann, CEO of the Siemens AG Region Hanse and Chairman of the Cluster Renewable Energy Hamburg, Federal Environmental Minister Dr. Barbara Hendricks and Andreas Boschen, HEAD of INEA CEF (Connecting Europe Facility) also attended the event.
SABIC announced its fifth Sustainability Report, Enabling Tomorrow’s Solutions.
The report is a summary of the successes SABIC achieved in many areas of its business in 2015 on the journey to a more sustainable future.
SABIC has always brought enormous economic, social, and environmental benefit to the many countries where it operates all over the world. Wherever SABIC goes, it brings innovation, human development, and economic prosperity. SABIC strives to protect the environment and – through social programs and volunteering – contribute to healthy communities.
MADISON, Wis., May 3, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Foreman Brothers, Inc. recently completed the diesel emissions reduction improvements of eight trucks supported by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 2015-2016 Region 5 Grant. The grant was facilitated by Leonardo Academy, The Sustainability Experts®, a Wisconsin nonprofit organization and staunch supporter of Clean Diesel improvement projects.
Climate Report Launches Strategy for Eight Industries; Future of Fuels Report Shares Roadmap for Sustainable Transportation Fuels in North America
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Two new BSR reports, published on Earth Day, offer practical guidance for global business to build climate resilience by investing in ambitious reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and enhanced adaptation strategies.
Apathy toward U.S. landfill gas capture projects means that more methane is being released into the atmosphere.
By Mark Mondik
For more than five years, proceeds from the sale of carbon offsets have played a vital role in helping fund the implementation and operation of gas collection and control systems (GCCS) at small to mid-size landfills in the U.S. In fact, for some projects, carbon offsets are the only source of revenue to meet annual operating costs, which run well into the tens (and often hundreds) of thousands of dollars per year.
San Francisco, CA, July 30, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) announced that San Francisco, CA–based TerraPass is now offering a Green‑e® Climate certified carbon offset product to its customers. The "TerraPass Green‑e Climate Certified Carbon Offsets" product is certified by Green‑e Climate, the leading independent certification program for greenhouse gas emission reductions (carbon offsets) sold in the retail market. The new product is sourced from wind power located in Oklahoma, and landfill gas capture projects in Pennsylvania and Illinois.
Costa Mesa, Calif. April 11th, 2013 /3BL Media/ - The turn of the year brought in a lot of new things for Volcom and amid the transition to a new CEO was the re-tooled Company Mission to include an increased focus on sustainability for the 22 year old, Orange County based action sports leader. The commitment, while on the company radar since 2006, has been strengthened in partnership with its parent company Kering* and the Kering Sustainability Team.