I’ve never run a marathon, but I imagine it would be a very praise-worthy experience.
First, you sign up, feeling that initial rush of “wow, I’m actually doing this” adrenaline. That's followed by everyone's favorite part: telling people. You’re instantly flooded with responses like “Good for you!” and “You’re such an inspiration!”. But then, the glory starts to fade and you realize it’s time for the hard work. Months of training, time and dedication (and probably pain) are needed before you can cross the finish line.
Energy efficiency is a proven cost-effective, simple and quick method to reducing energy costs and GHG emissions in a building. But energy efficiency can be a lengthy and resource-constraining process, especially when dealing with a portfolio of buildings or engaging suppliers on energy efficiency.
A webinar with Rachit Kansal, Rocky Mountain Institute.
Procuring renewable energy has become a proven and popular strategy for corporates in meeting their sustainability goals. However, the corporate procurement market is growing in size and complexity as a variety of companies are engaging with it. What are the procurement options available in the market and how can you leverage them to achieve your goals?
Establishing an accurate baseline and quantifying scope 3 emissions is a critical step in meeting both supply chain energy reduction goals and partner goals. But it can be challenging to translate that internal goal into supplier action.
Hundreds of cities, states and companies have committed to meet the climate targets outlined in the Paris agreement. But in order for these targets to be effective, they must be developed using standardized methods that are “science-based”.
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