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California Companies in BICEP Coalition Urge Prop. 23 “No” Vote

Ballot Measure Would Cost Jobs, Investment; Risk California’s Market Lead in One of 21st Century’s Great Emerging Industries
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California-based Levi Strauss & Co., eBay Inc., Symantec, Clif Bar & Company and The North Face – all internationally known brand names – today urged California voters to reject the Proposition 23 ballot initiative. They said it would effectively kill the state’s landmark air pollution and clean energy law – and with it the kind of technological innovation opportunities that create many jobs.

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California-based Levi Strauss & Co., eBay Inc., Symantec, Clif Bar & Company and The North Face – all internationally known brand names – today urged California voters to reject the Proposition 23 ballot initiative. They said it would effectively kill the state’s landmark air pollution and clean energy law – and with it the kind of technological innovation opportunities that create many jobs.

Carbon Salary Survey 2010

Take part in the second annual Carbon Salary Survey
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Acre have partnered with the specialist consultancy Acona to release the 2010 Carbon Salary Survey.  Now in it's second year, the survey aims to plot the developing climate change and carbon job markets including;  job functions, salaries and job satisfaction levels amongst other key indices.

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Acre have partnered with the specialist consultancy Acona to release the 2010 Carbon Salary Survey.  Now in it's second year, the survey aims to plot the developing climate change and carbon job markets including;  job functions, salaries and job satisfaction levels amongst other key indices.

Nancy Sutley and Sam Napolitano Speak at Carbon TradeEx America

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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) Chicago/London/Washington -  September 17, 2010 - With 10 days to go, Carbon TradeEx America is poised to become the largest North American gathering for the environmental markets (REC, Carbon, So2, Nox, CMD, CCS) .

Why Your Lunch Matters to More Than Just Your Stomach

Did you know: The food companies scored by Climate Counts pulled in over $253.7 billion dollars last year? Or that these eleven companies have over a million employees?
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Video ReportAlert: Highlights Coca-Cola Enterprises CRS Report 2009

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CorporateRegister.com, 3BL Media and Elaine Cohen of Beyond Business present highlights from Coca-Cola Enterprise's (CCE) Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report released in June 2010. The full report can be viewed at crs.cokecce.com or www.corporateregister.com. Highlights include: 1) Energy conservation and climate change, 2) Water stewardship 3) Sustainable packaging and recycling, 4) Product portfolio/balanced and active lifestyle and 5) Diverse and inclusive culture.

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CorporateRegister.com, 3BL Media and Elaine Cohen of Beyond Business present highlights from Coca-Cola Enterprise's (CCE) Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report released in June 2010. The full report can be viewed at crs.cokecce.com or www.corporateregister.com. Highlights include: 1) Energy conservation and climate change, 2) Water stewardship 3) Sustainable packaging and recycling, 4) Product portfolio/balanced and active lifestyle and 5) Diverse and inclusive culture.

Ceres Conference 2010: 3BL Media's Bill Baue interviews Paul Scott, Managing Director at Corporate Register

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3BL Media's Bill Baue interviews Paul Scott, Managing Director at Corporate Register while attending the Ceres 2010 Conference, Roadmap for a Sustainable Future, on May 5-6, 2010 in Boston, MA.

Ceres, a leading coalition of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies to address sustainability challenges such as climate change, and 3BL Media, a leading CSR and sustainability communications company, have partnered to raise awareness about organization' efforts and progress around sustainability and corporate social responsibility issues.

Boston-based Ceres has been working for 21 years to integrate climate change and other global sustainability challenges into business and investor practices worldwide. Ceres developed the Ceres Principles in 1989 to serve as a code of environmental conduct for companies. It also developed the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), now the de-facto international standard for corporate reporting on social and environmental practices. Earlier this year, Ceres released  "The 21st Century Corporation: Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability," a vision and practical roadmap for integrating sustainability into the DNA of companies. The Roadmap is designed to provide a comprehensive platform for sustainable business strategy and for accelerating best practices and performance across entire business models – from the board room, to operations, to supply chains.

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3BL Media's Bill Baue interviews Paul Scott, Managing Director at Corporate Register while attending the Ceres 2010 Conference, Roadmap for a Sustainable Future, on May 5-6, 2010 in Boston, MA.

Ceres, a leading coalition of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies to address sustainability challenges such as climate change, and 3BL Media, a leading CSR and sustainability communications company, have partnered to raise awareness about organization' efforts and progress around sustainability and corporate social responsibility issues.

Boston-based Ceres has been working for 21 years to integrate climate change and other global sustainability challenges into business and investor practices worldwide. Ceres developed the Ceres Principles in 1989 to serve as a code of environmental conduct for companies. It also developed the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), now the de-facto international standard for corporate reporting on social and environmental practices. Earlier this year, Ceres released  "The 21st Century Corporation: Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability," a vision and practical roadmap for integrating sustainability into the DNA of companies. The Roadmap is designed to provide a comprehensive platform for sustainable business strategy and for accelerating best practices and performance across entire business models – from the board room, to operations, to supply chains.

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Ceres Conference 2010: 3BL Media's Bill Baue interviews Mindy Lubber, President at CERES

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3BL Media's Bill Baue interviews Mindy Lubber, President at CERES while attending the Ceres 2010 Conference, Roadmap for a Sustainable Future, on May 5-6, 2010 in Boston, MA.

Ceres, a leading coalition of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies to address sustainability challenges such as climate change, and 3BL Media, a leading CSR and sustainability communications company, have partnered to raise awareness about organization' efforts and progress around sustainability and corporate social responsibility issues.

Boston-based Ceres has been working for 21 years to integrate climate change and other global sustainability challenges into business and investor practices worldwide. Ceres developed the Ceres Principles in 1989 to serve as a code of environmental conduct for companies. It also developed the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), now the de-facto international standard for corporate reporting on social and environmental practices. Earlier this year, Ceres released  "The 21st Century Corporation: Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability ," a vision and practical roadmap for integrating sustainability into the DNA of companies. The Roadmap is designed to provide a comprehensive platform for sustainable business strategy and for accelerating best practices and performance across entire business models – from the board room, to operations, to supply chains. 

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3BL Media's Bill Baue interviews Mindy Lubber, President at CERES while attending the Ceres 2010 Conference, Roadmap for a Sustainable Future, on May 5-6, 2010 in Boston, MA.

Ceres, a leading coalition of investors, environmental organizations and other public interest groups working with companies to address sustainability challenges such as climate change, and 3BL Media, a leading CSR and sustainability communications company, have partnered to raise awareness about organization' efforts and progress around sustainability and corporate social responsibility issues.

Boston-based Ceres has been working for 21 years to integrate climate change and other global sustainability challenges into business and investor practices worldwide. Ceres developed the Ceres Principles in 1989 to serve as a code of environmental conduct for companies. It also developed the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), now the de-facto international standard for corporate reporting on social and environmental practices. Earlier this year, Ceres released  "The 21st Century Corporation: Ceres Roadmap for Sustainability ," a vision and practical roadmap for integrating sustainability into the DNA of companies. The Roadmap is designed to provide a comprehensive platform for sustainable business strategy and for accelerating best practices and performance across entire business models – from the board room, to operations, to supply chains. 

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Climate Counts Explains the Importance of Green Business on NBC

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Industry Innovators Find an Audience in Philly - Take a look at the Executive Director of Climate Counts explain the importance of green business on NBC

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Industry Innovators Find an Audience in Philly - Take a look at the Executive Director of Climate Counts explain the importance of green business on NBC

Roadmap for a Sustainable Future - Ceres Conference 2010

One Month Left for Early Registration Rates -- Save $100 by Registering Now!
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For 20 years, Ceres has brought together companies, investors, environmentalists and other stakeholders to integrate sustainable solutions into business strategy and build long-term shareholder value. At the Ceres Conference 2010: Roadmap for a Sustainable Future, we will again bring these partners together to examine and define the key issues and solutions for achieving a sustainable future.

When:  May 5 - 6, 2010

Where: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel | Boston, MA

Click here to register

 

Press Release

For 20 years, Ceres has brought together companies, investors, environmentalists and other stakeholders to integrate sustainable solutions into business strategy and build long-term shareholder value. At the Ceres Conference 2010: Roadmap for a Sustainable Future, we will again bring these partners together to examine and define the key issues and solutions for achieving a sustainable future.

When:  May 5 - 6, 2010

Where: Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel | Boston, MA

Click here to register

 

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