Ski Resorts from 24 States Join 40 Other Large Businesses in Call for U.S. Policies That Capture Economic Opportunities of Addressing Climate Change
BOSTON, May 29, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Today, 108 ski areas from around the United States joined with 40 other businesses, Ceres and its BICEP (Business for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy) in signing the Climate Declaration, which calls upon federal policymakers to seize the American economic opportunity of addressing climate change.
At Ceres Conference, seven more businesses, including GM, sign BICEP’s ‘Climate Declaration,’ asserting that policy action on climate change presents an American economic opportunity
SAN FRANCISCO, May 1, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Seven more U.S. businesses, including iconic U.S. automaker General Motors, have signed the Climate Declaration, a statement from Ceres and its BICEP (Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy) coalition that urges federal policymakers to take action on climate change, asserting that a bold response to the climate challenge is “one of America’s greatest economic opportunities of the 21st century.”
There are so many issues affecting the planet that every day needs to be treated as Earth Day, and everyone needs to be part of the solution. To have a sustainable future, we’re going to need to change everything from the way we do business and the technology we use, to the food we eat and the homes we live in.
Starbucks, Intel, Levi Strauss & Co., others sign ”Climate Declaration,” highlighting the American economic opportunity of responding to climate change
WASHINGTON , Apr 10, 2013 /3BL Media/ – As the President unveils his budget for the coming year, 33 major U.S. companies, including eBay Inc., Nike and Limited Brands signed a “Climate Declaration,” urging federal policymakers to take action on climate change, asserting that a bold response to the climate challenge is one of the greatest American economic opportunities of the 21st century.
Ben & Jerry’s, Seventh Generation, Timberland, Among Others Applaud Strong RGGI Emissions Cap
BOSTON, Feb. 7, 2013 /3BL Media/ - Ceres and its business network BICEP (Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy) today announced their support for the new tightened cap on carbon dioxide emissions for regional power producers in Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island and Vermont.
Sustainble IT Leader Commits to Clean Energy Action and Advocacy
BOSTON, December 13, 2012 /3BL Media/ - BICEP (Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy) today announced that CA Technologies has joined the BICEP coalition to advocate for innovative climate and clean energy policies.
BICEP Announces Support for Michigan Renewable Energy Amendment
BOSTON, October 15, 2012 /3BL Media/ – Three weeks before Election Day, BICEP (Business for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy) today announced its support for Michigan’s Proposal 3, which would require at least 25 percent of the state’s electricity to come from renewable energy sources by 2025.
BICEP Companies and Major Consumer Brands Tout Economic Benefits of Wind Power and the Production Tax Credit
(3BL Media) Boston, MA – September 18, 2012 – Today, 19 companies, including major consumer brands and several Fortune 500 firms, wrote to Congressional leaders encouraging them to extend the Production Tax Credit (PTC), a key provision supporting renewable energy.
BICEP’s First Sports Franchise, a Low-Carbon and Clean Energy Innovator, Highlights the Business Case for Strong Policy Among Major Sports Teams
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Portland, OR - June 29 - The Portland Trail Blazers today became the first professional sports franchise to stand up publicly for comprehensive energy and climate policies in the U.S. by joining BICEP - Business for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy - a coalition of consumer brands organized by Boston-based Ceres.
As part of our Green Watching campaign, we’re supporting our friends at 350.org and their “The Chamber Doesn’t Speak for Me” campaign. We’re asking Gap -- which owns Old Navy, Banana Republic, has 134,000 employees, generates over $14 billion in revenue and is one of our 25 policy standouts -- if the U.S. Chamber represents the company’s own leadership position on climate action.