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10 Companies Take Lead to Make Climate-Related Financial Disclosures

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – Although climate change poses serious economic risks, many investors lack clear information about which companies are most exposed to the risks and which are best prepared to counter them. According to Michael Bloomberg, without risk disclosure, it is difficult to correctly price the financial impacts of climate change.

The Importance of Flood Risk Management In California’s Central Valley

(3BL Media/JustMeans) The Central Valley is California’s heartland, a 400- mile long place full of farmland. It has some of the fastest growing cities within our most populous state, and two of them, Stockton and Sacramento, are vulnerable to major flood events.

Las Vegas Sands Practices Sustainability as a Global Resort Chain

(3BL/JustMeans) - Can a global resort chain practice sustainability? Las Vegas Sands' (LVS) ECO360 sustainability strategy proves that the answer can be a resounding, “yes.”

E&Y Releases Climate Change and Sustainability Services Survey

Interview with John DeRose, Ernst & Young

“Is your nonfinancial performance revealing the true value of your business to investors?”

Carnival Corporation Proves a Cruise Ship Can Be More Environmentally Sustainable

(3BL/JustMeans) Carnival Corporation is a cruise company that bills itself as the world’s largest leisure travel company. It is also a company that puts a premium on sustainability, as shown by the progress it has made towards sustainability performance goals it set in 2015. The 10 goals are all specifically designed to reduce the company’s environmental footprint.

Companies Save Billions by Going Green

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – The Paris climate agreement in 2015 sent a clear message to markets and businesses worldwide: a low-carbon future cannot be denied. While it was a wake-up call for some companies, for many others it was an affirmation that cleaner growth was not only possible, but also good for their bottom line.

Green Building Helps the Environment While Saving Money

(3BL Media/Just Means) Green building is a trend that is on the upswing. The number of global builders that have at least 60 percent of their projects certified green will double from 2015 to 2018, predicts the World Green Building Trends. By 2023, commercial building owners and managers will have invested an estimated $960 billion globally on making their existing built infrastructure green.

Carlsberg Aims To Produce Beer With Renewable Energy

(3BL Media/JustMeans) — When someone takes a swig from their favorite beer, they may not realize that brewing beer is an energy intensive process. But brewing companies that want to reduce their carbon emissions are well aware of the issue.

That's why Carlsberg Group, a global brewer headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, has set the lofty goal of powering its breweries with only renewable energy by 2022. 

Subaru of America Helps Reduce Landfill Waste Generated In National Parks

Waste is a bigger problem in national parks than many Americans realize. The National Park Service (NPS) manages over 100 million pounds of waste across the country. Much of that waste is generated by the more than 300 million people who visit national parks annually. Over half (59 percent) of Americans who responded to a survey are not aware of the waste management challenges facing the national parks.

70% Of The World Could Run Entirely On Renewable Energy by 2050

(3BL Media/Justmeans) – By 2050, there’s every possibility that 139 countries – including the UK, US, China and other major economies – could run entirely on energy created by wind, water and solar! That’s according to new research by scientists from Stanford University.

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