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Forest Carbon Offsets are Helping to Change the GHG Landscape

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By Scott Eaton, SCS Global Services

Organizations around the world are harnessing the power of the land to sequester carbon dioxide in the fight to mitigate climate change.  Stepped up efforts by environmental non-governmental organizations, private project developers, and municipalities to maintain and enhance healthy forests are delivering direct climate benefits, and in many cases, financial returns as well.

Carbon Offset Projects Come in All Shapes and Sizes

Engage the Chain: An Investor Guide to Engaging the Food Sector on Sustainability Risks

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By Brooke Barton, Senior Director, Ceres 

In April, Greenpeace released video footage showing that a palm oil supplier for major food companies, the Hayel Saeed Anam Group was destroying large swaths of rainforest in Indonesia, despite concerted efforts by industry stakeholders to stop forest destruction in palm oil supply chains. The repercussions for Hayel Saeed Anam Group are still unfolding, but recent history suggests that the outcome may well involve financial consequences.

Designing New Climate Change Solutions, With Inspiration That Is Millions of Years Old

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Eight finalist teams from around the world have been announced for nature-inspired climate change design solutions in the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge, sponsored by the Biomimicry Institute.

Eight winning teams have been named in a biomimicry innovation challenge for nature-inspired climate change solutions.
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Eight finalist teams from around the world have been announced for nature-inspired climate change design solutions in the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge, sponsored by the Biomimicry Institute.

Seeking New Frontiers in Green Energy

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“When I walk along with two others, they may serve me as my teachers.” This famous Confucian saying that hangs in the office of CLP Chief Financial Officer Geert Peeters reflects the hunger for knowledge and experience in his three-decade career in the energy industry.

Whether it is building a power and desalination plant in the middle of a desert in the Middle East, running the finance function of a FTSE-100 company in London, or charting the way forward for CLP’s decarbonisation journey, Geert has never lost his passion for new challenges.

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Ecocentricity Blog: Go West Young Man

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Not hurricanes. Not flooding. Tornadoes are bad news if you run into one, but those fatalities are low too. Lightning strikes don’t hit many people, and blizzards aren’t so bad either. So what else is there?

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Not hurricanes. Not flooding. Tornadoes are bad news if you run into one, but those fatalities are low too. Lightning strikes don’t hit many people, and blizzards aren’t so bad either. So what else is there?

Corporate Sustainability & Consumers: 3 Trends Every Company Needs to Know

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As the realities of climate change become more and more apparent, a commitment to sustainability is no longer just a nice-to-have for the companies of the world.

Antea Group's blog presents 3 consumer trends that demonstrate that sustainability is a growing societal value and a business imperative, especially in the eyes of consumers.

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GreenMoney's Annual Videos Issue on ESG & CSR

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As the award-winning GreenMoney Journal ( http://GreenMoneyJournal.com ) wraps up its 25th Anniversary Year of publishing relevant news on sustainable business and impact investing, we bring you our 3rd Annual All-Videos Issue. We’ve selected films from innovative leaders in the interconnected worlds of Impact Investing, Corporate Responsibility and Environmental Sustainability. I hope you find them as engaging as we do.  - Cliff Feigenbaum, founder/publisher

JetBlue Provides $60,000 in “GreenUp" Grants to Four Eco-Focused Nonprofits

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JetBlue recently wrapped its annual environment-focused campaign which took place during Earth Month. Throughout April, JetBlue provided opportunities for its customers, crewmembers and community to donate, volunteer and engage with nonprofits working to preserve the environment.

Randy Olson: “Don’t Be Such a Scientist”

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but what if the picture is a bar graph with a bunch of statistical notations? It may be worth a thousand words, but only to a handful of people. In the context of climate change, that’s clearly not enough. This week’s guest on Sea Change Radio, is Randy Olson, a marine biology professor turned filmmaker and author whose book “Don’t Be Such A Scientist” makes the case that scientists can and should be better communicators, especially to regular (non-scientist) folk.

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