Internal Carbon Pricing: Does it Work?

Internal Carbon Pricing: Does it Work?

The fact is, carbon pricing works. At least, that’s the view of Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission, which released a report on the subject just this month. It finds that carbon pricing reduces emissions, using evidence from the experiences in Canada, California and the UK, all the while supporting strong economies. To ‘clear the air’, the Commission […]

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Step inside Project Gigaton at Walmart

Step inside Project Gigaton at Walmart

With the majority of a company’s real environmental impact sitting, not within its direct operations, but along its supply chain, helping suppliers to improve their sustainability performance is key if a business is to show true leadership. Few companies have grasped the mantle in helping supplier companies better than the US retail giant, Walmart, a […]

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Land Use Guidance Could Help Stop Environmental Destruction

Land Use Guidance Could Help Stop Environmental Destruction

The recent assessment made by Forest Trends’ Supply Change project looking at the more than 500 public commitments made by companies to remove forest destruction from their supply chains, made for interesting reading. In summary, the report claimed current disclosure on how companies are getting on in creating deforestation-free products to be “insufficient” with quantifiable […]

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JM Family Enterprises Meets Ambitious Sustainability Goals

JM Family Enterprises Meets Ambitious Sustainability Goals

JM Family Enterprises, ranked No. 21 on Forbes’ list of “America’s Largest Private Companies”, has embarked on an ambitious sustainability strategy. The company manages multiple aspects of its environmental data, from energy and GHG emissions to water and waste. How did JM Family Enterprises’ manage to achieve their ambitious sustainability goals? Engagement: More than 60 […]

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