Explore the Path of Enterprises' Green Development from International Perspective
November 19, 2015 /3BL Media/ - On October 22, 2015, The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) convened the “Sustainable Development and Business Practices – 2015 Green Supply Chain Forum” jointly with Tianjin Green Supply Chain Center (TGCC), China Environmental United Certification Center (CEC), Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) in Tianjin.
In the US, over 94% of raw chicken is sold to consumers via retail channels in packaging designed to extend freshness, enhance marketing appeal and reduce food safety concerns--in China, less than 5% of fresh poultry is sold packaged.
2015 Green Supply Chain Forum in Tianjin, China Jointly Convened by TGCC, CEC, IPE and TSC
BEIJING, October 7, 2015 /3BL Media/ - The Tianjin Green Supply Chain Center (TGCC), China Environmental United Certification Center (CEC), Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) and The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) will jointly convene “Sustainable Development and Business Practices – 2015 Green Supply Chain Forum” on October 22, 2015 in Tianjin, China.
It has been a good week for the environment—China will implement a landmark national cap-and-trade program, and Shell abandoned its plans to drill in the Arctic.
Climate experts have always said that there are two primary factors that will determine the future health of our planet—China’s continued reliance on coal and other dirty energy sources, and achieving price parity for renewables so that investment in fossil fuel drilling, production, and distribution becomes infeasible and unprofitable. Fortunately, two momentous announcements were made this week that indicate progress on both fronts.
MCLEAN, Virginia and HUAIROU, China, September 24, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Convening governments, Associates and industry peers, Mars, Incorporated held the grand opening of the Global Food Safety Center in Huairou China on September 24, 2015. A pioneering, $15 million facility, the Mars Global Food Safety Center aims to raise global food safety standards through pre-competitive research and training.
The summit discussed efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions by both countries.
Recently, Southern California was the focal point of worldwide efforts to combat global warming. Climate change negotiators from the United States and China met in Los Angeles to announce joint actions by cities, states and provinces in the two countries to cut greenhouse gas emissions.