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Schneider Electric WEBINAR | Last Chance, Last Call: How to Align Corporate Environment Objectives With Climate Science

Save the date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 11am EST/4pm GMT
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Don’t miss this stimulating discussion about corporate climate action with WWF and HP!

What is the conversation about?

  • Science-Based Targets (SBTs), which can help align corporate environmental objectives with climate science.

Who has joined SBTs?

  • There are more than 300 companies! Is yours on the list?

If not, why don’t you let them know about this new trend in corporate sustainability?

WEBINAR | Schneider Electric to Host Deep-Dive Discussion About Science-Based Targets with WWF and HP

Save the date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 11am EST/4pm GMT
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What are Science-Based targets?

Science-based targets provide companies with a clearly defined pathway to future-proof growth by specifying how much and how quickly they need to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.

Today more than 300 companies have committed to setting targets in line with climate science under the Science-Based Targets Initiative.

According to CDP, nearly 1,200 companies aim to have set SBTs in line with the goals of the Paris Agreement by 2019.

Consumers in China Widely Support Upcoming Ivory Ban, but Awareness Is Low, Largest-ever Ivory Consumer Survey Finds

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BEIJING, December 12, 2017 /3BL Media/ - As a landmark ban on domestic elephant ivory trade comes into effect in China at the end of this month, TRAFFIC and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) surveys found that the ban has widespread support from a majority of consumers surveyed and that it is likely to substantially reduce ivory purchase. However, many citizens are unaware of the upcoming ban. 

First-of-its-kind Tech Challenge Spurs Innovations to Fight Human Wildlife Conflict

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November 1, 2017 /3BL Media/ - World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and WILDLABS awarded over $65,000 to the winners of the organizations’ first-ever international Human Wildlife Conflict Tech Challenge. British conservation technologist Alasdair Davies and the Dutch team of Laurens de Groot and Tim van Dam will receive nearly $35,000 to further develop and field test their solution for human-wildlife conflict.

Loss of Great Plains Grasslands Puts Critical Ecosystems at Risk

2.5 Million Acres Converted to Cropland Between 2015 and 2016
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WASHINGTON, October 24, 2017 /3BL Media/ - The Great Plains lost about 2.5 million acres of previously intact grassland to crop production between 2015 and 2016, according to a new report from World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Across the US and Canada, the loss of grasslands undermines soil health and degrades water quality for downstream communities, while threatening iconic species, including songbirds and water-associated birds, and is driving the decline in the region’s native pollinators.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Announces 2017 Russell E. Train Fellowship Winners

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September 26, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Today, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) announced the recipients of the 2017 Russell E. Train Fellowship. Funded by WWF’s Russell E. Train Education for Nature Program (EFN), Train Fellows pursue their graduate degrees in conservation-related fields anywhere in the world and then return to their home countries to conduct their research.

Carlsberg Group Commits to Halve Water Usage at its Breweries by 2030

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Water is essential to society, and to making beer. However, today it is not managed optimally in too many areas of the world, and water scarcity is a major concern.

The Carlsberg Group’s vision for a better tomorrow is a world in which zero water is wasted.

In pursuit of this vision, Carlsberg has developed bold targets – including halving water usage at its breweries by 2030. Carlsberg will also form partnerships to safeguard shared water resources in high-risk areas around selected breweries, identified together with WWF.

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Domtar Sustainability Monthly Minute - May 2017

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Ever wonder what a responsibly managed forest looks like? Take a tour of the independently certified forests that supply Domtar's manufacturing base with a source of sustainable wood fiber. These lands in New Hampshire and South Carolina are just two examples of forests we source from to help make the products you rely on every day.

GM Drives Demand for Sustainable Natural Rubber

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Through an automotive industry-first commitment to sourcing sustainable natural rubber in its tires, General Motors is helping drive the industry toward net-zero deforestation and uphold human and labor rights. The company will develop a set of purchasing requirements, with the intent that the entire automotive industry will join in the movement and together help transform the rubber supply chain.

Touring Domtar's Sustainably-Managed Forests

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The seed of what would become Arbor Day was planted when pioneer Julius Sterling Morton moved from Detroit to the Nebraska territory in 1854. A nature lover, Morton began planting trees, shrubs and flowers in the treeless plain around his Nebraska home.

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