Leading with Science in the water sector to encourage and inspire the next generation of engineers
Rod Cashe is a civil engineering discipline lead and senior project manager with Tetra Tech. He leads teams of engineers and other technical staff in various offices in Florida, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Rod’s more than 30 years of experience includes civil and site engineering projects for various public and private facilities. He has provided stormwater management planning, engineering design, and hydrologic and hydraulic modeling for citywide infrastructure and regional stormwater management facilities.
Suntory is a global leader in consumer-packaged goods, producing and distributing a uniquely diverse portfolio of beverages, premium spirits, beer, wine, and wellness products all over the world. Their mission is to create harmony with people and nature therefore limiting our environmental impacts.
DENVER, February 18, 2021 /3BL Media/ -- VF Corporation (NYSE: VFC), one of the world’s largest apparel, footwear and accessories companies, today announced it has fully allocated the net proceeds from its inaugural green bond issued last year, which totaled approximately €493 million.
More than 50 countries around the world have joined a coalition that pledges to protect at least 30% of the world’s land and ocean by 2030.
The High Ambition Coalition (HAC) for Nature and People, co-chaired by the UK, France and Costa Rica, aims to get a global agreement this year at the Convention on Biodiversity’s COP15.
The HAC launched this week at the One Planet Summit, hosted by the French president Emmanuel Macron, in a bid to halt biodiversity loss and species extinction, protect vital ecosystems and promote a global deal for nature and people.
Decarbonization could deliver sustainability benefits beyond mitigating climate change – but only if we take an integrated approach to balance overlapping, sometimes conflicting, goals
The tiny city cowers in the shadow of an enormous tidal wave labelled “COVID-19”. Looming behind is a series of progressively larger tsunamis: “Recession”, “Climate change” and, finally, filling half the frame, “Biodiversity collapse”. This much-copied image by Canadian cartoonist Graeme MacKay is a potent reminder that however bad our immediate troubles are, there is worse to come.
International Paper is a proud supporter of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the work it is leading to restore critical forestland in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil. In this article published by WWF, get an inside look at how one team member of Copaíba-a well-regarded forest restoration organization in Brazil - is connecting people locally to make the work of WWF, International Paper and other supporters a reality.