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Carnival Corporation Celebrates Earth Day: Will Meet Goal to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Carnival Corporation & plc will meet its goal to reduce its rate of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipboard operations by 20 percent
Press Release

MIAMI, April 22, 2014 /3BL Media/ - In honor of Earth Day and the importance of year-round environmental awareness, Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), the world's largest cruise company, today announced it will meet its goal to reduce its rate of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from shipboard operations by 20 percent.  This goal was established by the company as part of Carnival's ongoing efforts to reduce environmental impact from its operations.

Apple's Climate Stance Signals Hope for Brave New World

By Mike Bellamente
Article

In the court of public opinion, optics matter. And when the world's most visible company publicly recognizes its role in addressing climate change, people notice.

Can leadership from popular brands alter how we think about climate change?

Methane Emissions Are Risky Business

Methane is becoming a pressing “above ground risk”, a threat to the reputation, license to operate, and long term viability of an entire industry.
Blog

I came to Environmental Defense Fund from the management consulting world, and was fortunate to bring a couple of lessons with me. A simple one is that successful companies keep a finger on the pulse of the returns and risks in their industry and core businesses. The oil and gas industry has a growing risk on its hands, and that risk is methane emissions.

New Report Shows Path Forward on Cutting Methane Emissions

Summary: 

EDF recently commissioned a detailed economic analysis of opportunities to cut methane emissions from the U.S. oil and gas industry. Our objective for was simple – show how leading companies can cut methane emissions quickly and cost-effectively.

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EDF recently commissioned a detailed economic analysis of opportunities to cut methane emissions from the U.S. oil and gas industry. Our objective for was simple – show how leading companies can cut methane emissions quickly and cost-effectively.

Cost-Effective Methane Emissions Reductions from U.S. Oil and Gas

Independent study for EDF reveals ample opportunity for industry to use existing, affordable technologies to control emissions from onshore operations
Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C., March 3, 2014 /3BL Media/ -  An independent analysis conducted by ICF International (ICF) has determined that the onshore segment of the U.S. oil and gas sector can significantly reduce emissions of methane – a highly potent greenhouse gas and the primary ingredient in natural gas – using currently available technologies and at a low annualized cost.

CDP Trends – Where are we heading?

By Sheryl Lawry, Consultant, DNV GL – Business Assurance
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As a leader in verification services since 2008 and among the top six leaders in the sustainability assurance market globally 1, at DNV GL we often receive questions from our clients during the verification process. Typically, there are long discussions around reporting on Scope 3 (supply chain and indirect product emissions), how many categories should they report on, and what is really required to be reported?

New Study shows 51 of Top 100 Companies are Emitting Unsustainable Levels of CO2

Top performers earn their scores by decoupling business growth from emissions; of companies performing well, Autodesk, Unilever and Eli Lilly take top three spots
Press Release

December 19, 2013 /3BL Media/ ---If a company claims that it plans to reduce its carbon footprint 15% by 2020, is that good?  Better yet, is it enough?---   

Climate Counts and the Center for Sustainable Organizations have released a first-of-its-kind study on sustainability context: Assessing Corporate Emissions Performance through the Lens of Climate Science.

Fruit of the Loom's Carbon Footprint Verification by SCS Global Services Provides Baseline for Bold Program to Reduce GHG Emissions

Press Release

 

EMERYVILLE, Calif., Oct. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SCS Global Services (SCS) has independently verified Fruit of the Loom's 2012 North American carbon footprint. This footprint will serve as the baseline against which the multinational apparel company will measure success toward reaching its 2015 goal of reducing electricity-related greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 40%.  

Putting Sustainability Data in Context

Article

By Tim Woodall

Many companies have been publicly reporting on sustainability metrics for more than 20 years, and others are just getting started. As the practice is maturing and becoming more commonplace, stakeholders are beginning to ask, “Are these metrics really measuring sustainability?”

Hewlett Packard Sets Climate Targets for Suppliers

Article

Hewlett Packard (HP) is embarking on one of the more elusive aspects of corporate sustainability - getting suppliers in line.

HP announced it is setting greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets for first-tier supply chain partners involved in manufacturing and transporting products. The goal is for a 20% cut in GHG by 2020 (from 2010 levels).

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