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Are you ready to tackle your Science Based Targets (SBT) progress? WSPUSA experts Jordan Chamberlain and Julie Sinistore cover the basics of how life cycle assessment (LCA) can be used to inform SBT setting and progress tracking at the American Center for Life Cycle Assessment webinar, “LCA and Science Based Targets.” Register for the April 15th session: https://lnkd.in/d_9nGRw
Empowering Employees to Break Through Isolation and Join Forces in Achieving their Professional Goals
March 30, 2021 /3BL Media/ - With many of us working remotely for several months now, the current situation is causing a continuous strain on employees and makes it difficult to implement DE&I measures as effectively as before. It is becoming increasingly clear that times like these are calling for additional measures that ensure employees are heard and supported in a way that acknowledges their concerns.
On March 24, Emily Wasley, corporate climate resilience practice leader at WSP USA, will join a panel of experts for the upcoming Resilience Exchange session to discuss the topic, Impact Investing for Resilience.
From interactive sessions to inspiring presentations to networking, here’s a list of EHS and sustainability conferences you don’t want to miss in 2021.
Staying on top of the latest environment, health and safety, and sustainability (EHS&S) news, trends, and innovations is essential for EHS&S professionals like you who strive to continually improve your company’s processes and programs.
by Ebony Perkins, Investor and Community Relations Manager at Self-Help Credit Union
Can women really have it all?
Women have made much progress in the last century. They gained the right to vote, currently earn a higher percentage of college degrees than male counterparts, and represent more than half of the American workforce. Despite their strides, women have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic’s economic effects, and their progress is in jeopardy.
WWF describes specific actions companies, investors, and insurers can take today to help maintain a profitable and socially responsible business model in an era of rapid change
WASHINGTON, November 17, 2020 /3BL Media/ – A new practical guide from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) illustrates steps businesses can take to help maintain profitability and social license to operate in a climate-insecure future.
As people around the globe continue to deal with the impact of our current crisis, it’s understandable that the 50th anniversary of Earth Day isn’t making as much front-page news. However, I’d argue that it’s critical for business decision makers to accelerate the move toward more sustainable practices, even now. This move has already started to take shape, with many people working from home and many businesses shifting from physical to digital overnight.
Shared challenges and solutions across critical infrastructure show industries have more in common than they think
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., December 17 2019 /3BL Media/– Their customers are varied and their business models distinct. But leaders in seemingly separate markets -- from power and water utilities to commercial and industrial companies – have more in common than they think, in a time when customers are demanding clean resources, cost-efficient delivery and, above all else, reliability.
Are water utilities exploring holistic alternative approaches to program planning, organizational capacity, service delivery and financing?
In an era when climate change, organizational capacity constraints, funding challenges and limited public support continue to test the resilience of a community's stormwater system, images of flooded neighborhoods and arterial streets turned into rivers highlight the urgency for a strategic vision and alternative approaches to stormwater management service delivery. The critical question is whether leaders and managers are exploring holistic alternative approaches that address program planning, organizational capacity, service delivery mechanisms and financing.
Cybersecurity remains an increasing concern and investment priority for organizations across the globe. Worldwide spending on security-related hardware, software, and services is forecast to reach $133.7 billion in 2022, 45 percent greater than the $92.1 billion forecast for 2018, according to tech analyst firm IDC. IDC MarketScape recognized Booz Allen’s work in cybersecurity by positioning the company as a Leader in U.S. Incident Response in its September 2018 report.