Harvard Business Review (HBR) has published its annual global ranking of the 100 best-performing CEOs, with Pablo Isla of the Spanish fashion retail giant Inditex topping the list for the second year in a row. Following behind Isla in the #2 and #3 spots are Jensen Huang of NVIDIA and Bernard Arnault of LVMH. They’re joined by newcomers to the top 5 this year, François-Henri Pinault of Kering (#4) and Elmar Degenhart of the German automaker Continental (#5). Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has climbed to the #6 spot, up from #12 in 2017.
UPS has been leading sustainable fleet innovations for decades. Learn about our latest investments in alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles, and how this rolling laboratory is helping advance our environmental goals. To learn more about UPS’s sustainability efforts, visit http://bit.ly/2xsX2L1
Conserving energy is good for the planet, its people and businesses
SEATTLE, October 22, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Boeing will share a suite of energy-conservation promotional tools to help the International Aerospace Environmental Group – an aerospace nonprofit created to share innovative environmental solutions with the industry – engage their employees to reduce energy consumption to mark National Energy Awareness Month.
HOUSTON, October 22, 2018 /3BL Media/ – Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA), together with ENGIE Resources, today announced that they have signed a renewable energy agreement through which ENGIE will supply over 50 percent of the energy needed for NWNA’s manufacturing and distribution facilities in Texas. With this agreement, NWNA operations in Travis, McLennan, Dallas, and Harris counties will be supplied by renewable wind energy from the Midway Wind Farm in San Patricio County, Texas, supporting Nestlé’s global goal to transition to 100 percent renewable energy use in its operations.
By Jess Brooks, Chief Development Officer, Sunwealth
The existing extractive energy economy isn’t working. Our dependence on coal, oil and gas contributes to global warming, the physical destruction of communities and pollution-related health issues which impact all of us – and disproportionately affect low-income people and communities of color. It’s not sustainable. And it’s fundamentally unjust.
By Murray Rosenblith, co-Manager, New Alternatives Fund
A recent article in Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicts that two-thirds of the world’s power will be generated by renewable resources by the year 2050. This projection is based on the continuing growth of new renewable power generation projects, primarily wind and solar, over the next thirty-plus years. Conditions have certainly changed since New Alternatives Fund entered the investment world in September 1982.
The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that 25%-30% of energy wasted in the home is due to inefficient windows. So clearly, when buying a new home or upgrading your current home, selecting the ideal set of windows is an important part of the decision.
Sustainable Operations is one of the dimensions of our business strategy focused on improving environmental and community outcomes from activities at NRG’s generating assets. We are working to improve efficiency and reduce emissions from generation assets, and in the process, reducing our water use and waste generation to ensure productivity and value for our stakeholders. Sustainable Operations include safety, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and carbon capture, utilization and storage, other air emissions, water, by-products and biodiversity.