Code REDD will be hosting a workshop on REDD+ at North America's largest conference on carbon markets and climate change policy
Code REDD will present a workshop on “Recent Developments in the REDD+ Voluntary Market and Opportunities for Integrating REDD+ into California’s Climate Policies” at the Navigating the American Carbon World Conference in San Francisco on March 26th.
America's First Symposium on Global Warming and the Vital Role of REDD+
Earth Day 2013 brought together corporate leaders, policymakers, and climate change experts for the first ever symposium on global warming and the role of REDD+. The event was hosted by Wildlife Works, and co-sponsored by CSRwire and Code REDD.
Corporate sustainability partners enable projects that install thousands of households water filters
NativeEnergy’s Clean Water Campaign is improving the lives of thousands by installing water filters in homes across Kenya, Ghana, and other communities. Simple, proven household Hydraid water filters eliminate 90-99% of bacteria and parasites while eliminating the common practice of burning unsustainably harvested firewood to boil dirty water. Carbon reductions deliver additional value to address corporate greenhouse gas emissions goals.
CHICAGO, Feb. 27, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Boeing [NYSE: BA] has received a Climate Leadership Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in recognition of its success in managing and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Manmade carbon pollution is driving global climate change. Many companies, investors and governments at all levels have embraced this fact and are finding ways to reduce their own emissions and gird long-term business strategy in the process. Bloomberg News's twice-weekly Carbon & Climate column delivers updates from the intersection of climate change and business. http://go.bloomberg.com/special-reports/report/where-climate-means-business/
Twenty-nine major, publicly traded companies have reported their internal prices on carbon pollution to CDP, the environmental data organization. The numbers, which range from $6 to $60 per metric ton, estimate both the risk and the potential business opportunity for proactive action by the companies. Prices were listed from companies in all sectors, including energy, utilities, airlines, technology and the financial industry.
Early buyers keep innovative Help Build® carbon offset projects on track to reach goal of 20,000 lives changed by the end of 2014
BURLINGTON, VT, November 25, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Through NativeEnergy’s Clean Water Campaign, National Geographic Expeditions, REVERB, and artists that work with REVERB have provided essential upfront funding for the installation of Hydraid® biosand filters in households lacking access to clean water. The Clean Water Campaign, using NativeEnergy’s Help Build™ project model, installs water filters in Kenya, Ghana, and Honduras with communities in Ethiopia and India under review for subsequent projects.