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How to Address 6 Overlooked EHS Risks for Lower-Risk Facilities


EHS managers of lower-risk facilities understand that, while compliance is a must, their highest priority is ensuring employees work in a safe, comfortable and protected environment. But as companies focus their attention on expanding locally and globally, some EHS risks can be unknown or overlooked.

A Living Room Chat with Conservative Party MP Michael Chong

“Just Because I’m Conservative Doesn’t Mean I’m Anti-Environment.”

Supported in part by GreenPAC and MaRS Discovery District

The Toronto Sustainability Speaker Series (TSSS) and GreenPAC are thrilled to announce that on October 13th we will welcome Conservative MP Michael Chong for a living room chat. Michael has been the Conservative MP for Wellington-Halton Hills since 2004 and he is currently running for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada.

Nestlé Waters North America Pushes Regional Collaborative Action as Vital to Global Climate Change Success

Press Release

STAMFORD, Conn., September 20, 2016 /3BL Media/ – While the recent International Paris Climate Agreement was groundbreaking in the effort to combat climate change, regional implementation and sharing of experience and results will be the key to success, according to Nelson Switzer, chief sustainability officer of Nestlé Waters North America.

GRI and UN Global Compact partner to shape the future of SDG-reporting

Press Release

NEW YORK, September 19, 2016/3BL Media/ - Today, GRI and the United Nations Global Compact will launch SDG Leadership through Reporting, a new initiative to promote and advance corporate reporting on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The two organizations will work together to develop a list of disclosures for tracking business contributions to the SDGs and they will release a publication on SDG-reporting. SDG Leadership through Reporting is one of four new initiatives to be announced by the UN Global Compact.

Ecocentricity Blog: Shake, Rattle and Roll


The show was covering earthquakes in the continental U.S. state most prone to experience them. Any guesses which state that is? Go right ahead and take a stab at it.

I’ve never sat and watched an entire episode of 60 Minutes. It’s never been a show that’s caught my attention, but I hear good things. I just happen to turn elsewhere for news and information.

Ecocentricity Blog: What's a Nimby?


I don’t know who first mentioned the acronym to me, but I thought it was brilliant when I heard it. Way better than YOLO or FOMO. That’s “you only live once” and “fear of missing out” for the readers out there who are wise enough to spend their time on better things than keeping up with the latest hip acronyms.

Carnival Corporation Issues 2015 Sustainability Report, Continues Strong Commitment to Environment and Safety

World’s largest leisure travel company today released 2015 sustainability report detailing progress made in environmental, safety, employee and social areas
Press Release

MIAMI, August 4, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK), the world’s largest leisure travel company, today released its 2015 sustainability report detailing the  progress made in 2015 against its 2020 sustainability performance goals. The report’s details show the company is on track to meet its goals in the next four years, with sustainability efforts highlighted across its 10 cruise line brands.

Just Energy Solar | 3 Countries Working Towards Global Sustainability

As featured on the Just Energy Solar Blog

Climate change has become a hot topic among politicians and organizations globally.

Ecocentricity Blog: Telling the Story of Climate Change


These stories are tragically real, regardless of the cause. But with climate change looming as the probable cause, or at least a probable contributor, it means that more stories like these are likely coming.

Fantasy novels captivate me. I could have said, “I like fantasy novels,” but that wouldn’t quite have been right. Rather, a good fantasy novel will entertain me for hours at a time, distract me from work, and even show up in my dreams. Once again, I readily admit how much of a nerd I am.


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