Episode 77: Fleets drive fuel standards; activist businesses rise
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Week in Review
Tune in around 10:20 for a weekly roundup of news.
An in-depth look at three stories changing the game for green business.
The future of fuel rests in buyer's hands (31:45)
Lauren Hepler reports how UPS, Amazon, Walmart and Pepsico are working with nonprofit BSR to help fleet owners grow the market for low-carbon or electric industrial vehicles in "Pepsico, Walmart and setting a standard for sustainable fleets."
Rise of the Minutemen (50:09)
Companies are speaking out against Trump's removal of "minutiae" environmental regulations. Mike Hower investigates their reasons in "Brand advocacy vs. activism: Swinging the pendulum on climate policy."
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