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Why Bain is going beyond net zero

Bain and Company, one of the world’s largest consulting firms, is the first company to set a Carbon Integrity Platinum Claim, going beyond...

How fashion giants are tackling water risks in cotton supply chains

This is the second of a four-part series taking a closer look at how 72 companies in four industries — beverage, apparel, food...

Walmart funds almost 1 gigawatt in new U.S. solar power

Walmart is funding almost two dozen new community solar projects and three long-term purchase agreements that will add almost 1 gigawatt of zero-carbon...

Unilever threatens to quit trade associations that block climate policy

Unilever is threatening to walk away from any trade association that doesn’t align its policy positions with the Paris Agreement goal of keeping...

How to avoid backlash for telling your sustainability story

As I write this, I’m fresh off this year’s GreenBiz conference where I participated in two panel discussions on sustainability communications. Amid all...

The week in climate policy: 5 updates you need to know

Court pauses SEC’s climate-disclosure rule, the DOE publishes the positive economic impact of its loan programs office, and more. Source link

Criteria for High-Quality Carbon Dioxide Removal

The Criteria for High-Quality Carbon Dioxide Removal provides a set of science-based benchmarks for the development of carbon dioxide removal projects that can...

Why Bayer and the Gates Foundation are using CRISPR to reduce food’s climate impact

CRISPR gene editing technology is beginning to deliver on a promise to quickly create crops with traits that withstand a changing climate, resist...

This week in climate policy: 4 stories you should follow

A bill to repeal the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund moves forward in the U.S. Congress, 16 states sue to block the Biden administration’s...

Amazon, Google and Microsoft signal growing interest in nuclear, geothermal power

The push to commercialize artificial intelligence is swelling the electricity demands of the three biggest cloud computing companies — Amazon, Google and Microsoft...

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