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Customers Expect Sustainable Options. How Are You Delivering?


This article is sponsored by Asia Pulp & Paper.

The walls that once existed between businesses, consumers, NGOs and governments are tumbling down in the interest of a shared goal — developing a more sustainable Earth. Within this dynamic structure, each player has a unique role. More than ever, consumers are vocalizing how they expect the institutions they engage with, including the brands they patronize, to collaborate and provide products and services that help promote an eco-friendly way of life.

Global Influencers Publicly Commit to Climate Change Actions

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How many large companies are making meaningful, measurable and public commitments to improve #energyefficiency and #GHG emissions? Find out in this global study of leaders representing over 5,300 large organizations: Accountability for Climate Action: How Corporations Are Tackling #ClimateChange, from Ingersoll Rand and GreenBiz. 


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VERGE Accelerate Announces 14 Finalists for September Fast-Pitch Competition

Startups to Pitch Sustainability Solutions Before Global Audience
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OAKLAND, Calif., August 8, 2016 /3BL Media/ - GreenBiz Group announced today the 14 finalists for the VERGE Accelerate fast-pitch competition, the most innovative early-stage companies offering solutions at the intersection of technology and sustainability. The finalists will present to a globally livestreamed audience at the VERGE 16 conference in Santa Clara, Calif., Sept. 19-22.

How HP is Taking Its Texas Data Centers 100% Renewable

by Laurie Guevara-Stone

One of the largest tech companies in the U.S. soon will power its five Texas data centers with 100 percent renewable energy.

How She Leads: Kathy Gerwig, Kaiser Permanente


How She Leads is a regular feature on GreenBiz spotlighting the career paths of women who have moved into influential roles in sustainable business.

HP Steps Up to Ask Suppliers to Slash Emissions

by Heather Clancy

Hewlett-Packard has measured the greenhouse gas emissions of its supply chain partners since 2008, when it started reporting on their aggregate impact.

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