In an op-ed for the Sacramento Bee, Jonah Smith, Sustainability Manager at MillerCoors and Nelson Switzer, Chief Sustainability Officer at Nestlé Waters North America share how they are working with 20 leading environmental organizations and food and beverage companies to protect California’s water supply.
In the heart of Silicon Valley, Antea Group’s San Jose team serves clients primarily in the technology (from electronics hardware to software and social media) and transportation industries (property and fuel from rail to roads). We help these clients to enable healthier, safer, and more environmentally responsible facilities, as well as design and produce more environmentally and financially efficient products.
Locally the Oakland office serves the Bay Area technology community with expertise in health and safety and due diligence. We also support the rail industry on a national level with environmental planning and permitting as well as incident response.
Environmental Leaders, Fortune 500 Companies Announce Collaborative Investments to Protect California’s Water Future
SACRAMENTO, Calif., October 13, 2016 /3BL Media/ - As California enters its sixth year of record-breaking drought, twenty leading organizations today announced their collaborative support for critical projects designed to protect California’s water future. Together the groups form the California Water Action Collaborative (CWAC).
The Sacramento office has strong capabilities in environmental liability management, health and safety consulting, environmental compliance, and EHS information and knowledge management. Our experience is deeply rooted in environmental investigation and remediation projects. However, during the past few years, with the addition of new staff with new skill sets and cross-training existing staff, we have been very successful expanding our expertise into compliance auditing and program development, industrial hygiene sampling, and iEHS support.
The Long Beach office is one of the largest Antea Group offices in the United States. With more than 20 consulting professionals ranging from Staff Geologists and Engineers to Consultants and Senior Consultants, the Long Beach office has, combined, more than 300 years of consulting experience and 6 professional registrations, including Professional Geologists (P.G.), Professional Engineers (P.E.), and Certified Environmental Managers (C.E.M.). Our experience is broad and deep, and we work on projects for many of the firm's biggest clients.
SANTA CLARA, Calif., October 4, 2016 /3BL Media/ – The California Diversity Council is pleased to recognize the 2016 Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology on October 13th at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara. This award is presented to honor women who are breaking barriers in the technology field and setting high standards for themselves and others. The theme of this year’s dinner is “Women in Tech: Inventors, Innovators, and Entrepreneurs.”
Strawberries. Small, red, and a little spotty. They taste great and they’re a healthy treat, but they’re not really of any consequence. Or are they?
A lot of us buy and eat food without ever thinking about the technology and people that have gone into putting it in our kitchen cupboards. If you’re a fan of Dreyer’s strawberry ice cream like I am, you may enjoy the flavor without realizing the work that’s gone into producing the ingredients.
Of course it hasn’t occurred to you — you’re distracted by holding a tub of ice cream! Your understandable concern is whether to drop a few scoops into a bowl or get fancy and opt for a cone.
So how does that perfect strawberry get into your dish?
Costa Mesa, Calif., September 19, 2016 /3BL Media/ - The California Diversity Council will host the 2016 Orange County Multicultural Leadership Roundtable on October 11, 2016 at Orange Coast College. This half-day event brings together a diverse group of executives to speak about their experiences as individuals of color in the workplace. Through this opportunity, attendees will have the opportunity to learn and encourage one another for future workplace interaction.
More than $4.4 million in additional donations benefit local nonprofits and residents to support children and families
ANAHEIM, Calif., September 2, 2016 /3BL Media/ – The Disneyland Resort has been proud to call the city of Anaheim home for more than 60 years. To celebrate our 60th Diamond Anniversary, and thank residents in Anaheim and across Southern California, Disneyland Resort created several new programs designed to positively impact children and families today and for many years to come.