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Sponsored: Balancing parent company messaging with local CSR needs can be challenging. Here are some tips our energy company would like to share about sustainability reporting.
April 22, 2020 by Romain Reboux
Take the case study of decision-makers in the energy industry facing two major uncertainties: oil price volatility and climate change.
October 10, 2019 by Tom Carver
The reason? "The cloud runs on electricity," Flynn explains.“Really what we’ve known is businesses need to lead," he said
March 7, 2017 by Lauren Hepler
The company will buy enough wind power to power one data center, which is enough to satisfy the needs of 70,000 families.
July 21, 2014 by Sustainable Business
In this exclusive for GreenBiz, Covalence EthicalQuote rings up the companies and industries that grabbed headlines in 2013, for better or worse.
December 23, 2013 by Nikki Gloudeman
Cloud computing could redefine the way we think about business ethics and sustainability. Here's how the cloud could affect two of our biggest sustainability challenges: climate change and human rights.
April 11, 2012 by Dunstan Allison-Hope
In the newest campaign against the social network's new data center in Oregon, Greenpeace has created a short animation mocking the company's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg.
September 16, 2010 by Matthew Wheeland
Climate Corps fellows investigating energy efficiency opportunities at FedEx data centers are finding a lot to like about the new Energy Star Data Center label. But with the label still in its infancy, the fellows are also finding some shortcomings that could be easily fixed.
July 15, 2010 by Megan Chavez and Ryan Campbell
The kickoff to IBM's third-annual Pulse expo showcased how the company has its eyes on making the world's cities connected, automated and efficient, through hardware and software innovations and new partnerships with Johnson Controls and Ricoh.
February 22, 2010 by Matthew Wheeland
<a href='http://bacardilimited.com/'>Bacardi Ltd.</a>, the world's largest privately held spirits company, cut greenhouse gas emissions 9.2 percent in the last fiscal year by increasing efficiencies and the use of renewable energy, while <a href='http://www.us.kpmg.com/'>KPMG LLP</a> shrank its carbon footprint in the U.S. by reducing air travel, use of electricity and waste.
February 22, 2010 by GreenBiz Editors
What happens when green business meets cleantech? When those companies are like Best Buy, Autodesk and Serious Materials, you get firms that align their products and services with efforts to foster sustainability -- and in some cases guide the marketplace toward broader and deeper adoption of environmentally responsible practices.
February 4, 2010 by Leslie Guevarra
The British Computer Society is warning that the imminent Carbon Reduction Commitment scheme will create perverse incentives that could penalize the most efficient data center operators and drive more IT services offshore.
February 3, 2010 by Cath Everett
Investment portfolios around the world are filled with "hidden risks" because their managers do not consider climate change when making investment decisions -- largely because asset owners aren't asking them to.
January 6, 2010 by ClimateBiz Staff
There's wide hope that world leaders can significantly advance a global commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and minimize changes to our climate. With such a commitment and the right technology tools, a clean and prosperous future can be well within our reach.
December 8, 2009 by Rob Bernard
A combination of data center energy efficiency, renewable energy and promotion of more environmentally friendly behavior will be used to cut eBay’s greenhouse gas emissions by 15 percent by 2012.
September 22, 2009 by ClimateBiz Staff
Manufacturing and technology company Emerson opened its new $50 million state-of-the-art global data center today -- a 35,000-square-foot facility that's expected to be 31 percent more energy efficient than a standard facility.
July 27, 2009 by GreenerComputing Staff
Sun Microsystems cut the ribbon on its largest green IT project, a revamped and consolidated datacenter that is expected to slash electricity costs by $1 million a year, reduce CO2 emissions by 11,000 metric tons annually, shrink the company's carbon footprint by 6 percent and save 675,000 gallons of water each year.
January 28, 2009 by GreenerComputing Staff