By Maxwell Roe Business Development, Clean Power USA
Over the last several years, I have realized that there has been a compelling shift in the minds of investors in our business.
Historically, most investors wanted to know the numbers. What would be the return on their investment and how soon would it happen? But more and more, I meet people who are asking about impact, not just dollars.
The momentum of that sea change hit home this spring when we met new investors, a couple. They were mission-driven. They wanted their money to have a measurable impact on the world.
Company States Crops Can Be Grown to Mitigate Climate Change; Commits to Carbon Neutral Footprint across its Operations by 2021
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 1, 2015 /3BL Media/ – As agriculture and farmers around the world work to mitigate and adapt to the complex challenges posed by climate change, Monsanto Company today announced plans to make its operations carbon neutral by 2021 through a unique program targeted across its seed and crop protection operations, as well as through collaboration with farmers.
By Eva Dienel, Associate Director, Communications, BSR
In her plenary address at the BSR Conference 2013, former President of Ireland Mary Robinson used the words of Martin Luther King, Jr. to describe the climate challenge. She called it “the fierce urgency of now.”
“We are running out of time on this issue,” she said. “We all have to do much more than we have been doing.”
On Monday, March 31st, I published a blog post on a concept video around OceansAdvocacy, proposing a web-based communications infrastructure to support advocates from all walks of life, but not representing any organizations they might be affiliated with, if they choose to do so. The advocacy landscape is highl
Addison is pleased to highlight our recent collaboration with CDP with the release of its North America brochure. The document showcases CDP’s impact on driving environmental disclosure in the U.S. and Canada, as well as the programs and services they provide to companies in the region.
Recently the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a study that used its strongest language yet indicating human behavior is the leading cause of global warming. For most of us who follow climate news closely, this isn’t really a surprise.