Reduce Food Waste With Processing and Packaging Solutions

By Yuriy Berlizov | Vice President, Technical Support Tetra Pak U.S. and Canada

It’s not hard to make the case for why tackling food loss and food waste is important to sustainability. About one-third of food produced globally never gets consumed. And food waste accounts for about 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.

VERGE 22: The Leading Climate Tech Event


VERGE 22 is the leading climate tech event accelerating solutions to the most pressing challenges of our time.

Join more than 4,000 leaders — from business, government, solution providers and startups — working together to address the climate crisis across six strategic areas: clean energy, sustainable transportation, carbon removal, regenerative food systems, net-zero buildings and the startup ecosystem.

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Driving Accountability in the Race Against Climate Change


For stakeholders to assess and compare the risks and opportunities of companies operating amid intensifying threats of climate change, there must be measures of accountability underpinned by transparent, standardized reporting.

The Exponential Innovation Potential of Circular, Social Purpose Businesses

By Coro Strandberg

Society has started the long march toward living in harmony with nature’s realities. There is no other way forward. And where goes society, so goes the economy.

Chemours' Chief Sustainability Officer, Sheryl Telford, on What It Takes to Reach Their Net Zero Goals

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Jim Giles, Carbon Analyst at GreenBiz, interviewed Sheryl Telford, Chief Sustainability Officer and Vice President of Environmental Health and Safety at Chemours on the company’s ambitious 2030 commitment to achieving a 60% absolute reduction in scope 1 and scope 2 emissions on a path to net zero by 2050, and how the industry can come together to reach net zero targets.

This video was originally published on GreenBiz.

Recyclability vs Recycling Infrastructure: How to Engage Stakeholders and Align Solutions

Date/Time: January 18, 2022 (1-2PM ET / 10-11AM PT)
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Companies are innovating at an unprecedented speed to offer products that are more sustainable and provide greater value to customers. For businesses to be truly sustainable, they must look beyond the immediate use of products and understand the full lifecycle of their impact. Considering how innovations will be received by existing and future infrastructure is the key to designing for the future.

How COVID Has Affected Our Priorities

By Pedro Gonçalves

The COVID-19 pandemic reprioritized all aspects of our lives. We’re spending more time at home –– and when we venture out of the home, we are seeking experiences that feel safe. We’re more concerned than ever about our impact on the environment — and changing our habits because of it. We’re focusing on our health — and taking more control over what that looks like.

Boost the Sustainability of Your Manufacturing Operations

By Sasha Ilyukhin

As businesses invest in improvements to the sustainability profile of their products, they’re looking at all aspects of the value chain — from material sourcing to packaging and end-of-life. While each of these areas is important, brands can sometimes overlook a key opportunity within their manufacturing operations to reduce climate impact. And the conclusions from the recent COP26 meetings have made it even more clear that brands have a key role to play in innovations that usher in climate solutions.

By Sea, Land and Air: Decarbonizing Transportation and Logistics

By Jessica Kipp, Global Head, Supply Chain Logistics Operations HP Inc.

This article is sponsored by HP.

Supply chain disruptions — spurred by COVID-19 shutdowns and exacerbated by severe capacity and labor shortages — are being felt in every industry, across every sector, and in every geography throughout the world. Consumers are frustrated, businesses are scrambling, and economies are struggling as producers, manufacturers, logistics providers, governments and others work to untangle the bottlenecks choking global commerce.

WSP's Tom Lewis on Adopting an Integrated Approach to Sustainability Targets

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This video is sponsored by WSP.

Jim Giles, Carbon Analyst at GreenBiz, interviewed Tom Lewis, Senior Executive of Climate, Resilience and Sustainability at WSP USA, during VERGE 21 (October 25-28, 2021). View archived videos from the conference here:


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