Episode 98: Cali's chemicals law, RMI and BSR share their wisdom
In this week's episode, companies back Cali’s chemicals labeling law; Home Depot constructs a chemicals policy; RMI at 35 and BSR at 25, examined.
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Week in Review
First, a report from the 25th BSR Conference. Then, tune in around 23:10 for a weekly roundup of news.
1. P&G, SC Johnson back California chemicals labeling law
An in-depth look at stories changing the game for business and sustainability.
1. What Rocky Mountain Institute has learned at 35 (34:35)
Two pieces this week, "RMI @ 35: A conversation with Amory Lovins," and "High aspirations: What's next for Rocky Mountain Institute," celebrate the organization's simple, profound mission: To create market-driven change in energy systems. Here's what has changed since Amory and Hunter Lovins, RMI's co-founders, created the institute that influenced organizations from corporations to the Pentagon to see renewables as a serious strategy.
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