Google, Cisco share first place on Greenpeace’s 2013 Cool IT list

 

On The Brink

Climate change as real business risk
By Michael Kramer

Politicians might debate them, but the risks of climate change and their potential impact on businesses are all too real.

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How to prevent the natural resources economic bubble 
By Nathan Havey

Climate change and natural resources have begun moving into the realm of financial risk that companies need to understand and appropriately value.

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Making the Sustainability Business Case: A Step by Step Framework to Increase the ROI of your Sustainability Initiatives
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May 2, 2013

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Packing Up

What will it take to change packaging recycling in the U.S.?
By Jonathan Bardelline

Both sides in the extended producer responsibility debate want changes made to how recycling works in the U.S., but don’t agree on how to do it.

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Exit Interview: Kevin Hagen, REI
By Joel Makower

CSR director tells GreenBiz what he learned during his tenure, and the importance of recognizing incremental improvement over time.…Read More

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GreenBiz Focus on Buildings

Google, Cisco share first place on Greenpeace’s 2013 Cool IT list
By Heather Clancy

Despite some big gains, most high-tech companies still lag on clean power adoption and political advocacy for clean energy policies.…Read More

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