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Danish Energy Company Reduces Emissions Faster Than Science Demands

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DONG Energy announces that its target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 96% by 2023 is now officially approved by the Science Based Target initiative as aligned with climate science. The target is significantly more ambitious than what is required by the Paris Agreement.

New In-Depth Technology Review Supporting Cement Sector in Further Mitigating Its CO2 Emissions

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Geneva, June 22, 2017 - The World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)’s Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI) published a report focusing on the availability of the latest technologies and the need to scale up research and development that can help the cement industry mitigate its greenhouse gas emissions.

Caterpillar Inc.: Building Better

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For more than 90 years, Caterpillar’s business has been about building better — better lives, better communities and, ultimately, a better world. Click here to learn more in the 2016 Sustainability Report.

Republic Services Recognized with Recycler of the Year Award in Oregon

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CORVALLIS, Ore., June 16, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Republic Services is pleased to announce that the Oregon Recycling Association has recognized the Pacific Region Compost (PRC) facility with the Recycler of the Year Award. The Award was presented last week at the Association’s annual conference in Gleneden Beach, Ore.

NRG Energy's Commitment to the UN Sustainable Development Goals

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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal set of goals, targets and indicators that United Nations member states – and, increasingly, businesses – are expected to use to frame agendas and policies surrounding development.

NRG's core business most closely aligns with:

Goal 7: Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy

Goal 13: Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

Why Leading Businesses Today are Focusing on Climate Resiliency

It's time to Re-imagine sustainability
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Climate change has the potential to slow our economic growth in the coming decades as temperature changes could reduce incomes globally by roughly 23 percent by 2100.

Caterpillar 2016 Sustainability Report | Letter from Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby

Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby highlights examples of how we’re building better through natural infrastructure, circular economy practices and energy access, as well as our sustainability practices within the company.
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Caterpillar CEO Jim Umpleby highlights examples of how we’re building better through natural infrastructure, circular economy practices and energy access, as well as our sustainability practices within the company. 

For more than 90 years, caterpillar has been building better: better lives, better communities and, ultimately, a better world. Our customers use our equipment to develop infrastructure, energy and natural resource assets that improve living standards and make sustainable progress possible around the world.

Carlsberg to Achieve Zero Carbon Emissions at Its Breweries by 2030 as Part of Industry-Leading Sustainability Ambitions

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COPENHAGEN, Denmark, June 13, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The Carlsberg Group has committed to eliminating carbon emissions and halving water usage at its breweries by 2030 as part of its new sustainability programme – Together Towards ZERO. An intermediate step includes the exclusive use of renewable electricity at its breweries by 2022.

Water's New Normal

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Cindy Wallis-Lage, President of Black & Veatch’s water business, discusses the importance of industry collaboration for more sustainable water systems. Adapting to climate change, exploring integrated planning and engaging with ratepayers are just some of the ways water leaders are evolving in their "new normal."

Enabling a Science-Driven Supply Chain

by Lara Birkes, Vice President, Chief Sustainability Officer, HPE
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Existing systems and technologies that power our supply chains are evolving at a highly accelerated rate. When we think manufacturing, our minds recall the revolutionary Ford assembly line, or the Toyota production system a century later. Now, we are already at the next overhaul of not only transforming manufacturing, but also our entire supply chain. As the amount of data available for collection increases exponentially, technology is advancing our ability to compile, analyze, and learn from this data at a deeper level than ever before.

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