The Big Shift to Energy: Why Energy Management Matters to Businesses

The emergence of an energy-conscious industry has become increasingly popular among various global companies. Over the past decade, significant technological advances have made it possible to develop an efficient and innovative energy management strategy that provides tangible results to organizations worldwide. Read More


Emissions-Reduction Technology Generates Employment, Economic Growth

Investments in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions-reduction technology that were funded, in part, by the Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation from 2011 to 2016 will contribute more than $2.4 billion and add 15,017 person-years of full-time-equivalent employment to the Canadian economy, according to a Conference Board of Canada analysis. Read More

Balmy or Blizzards? US Coasts are Experiencing Opposite Winters

Snow, snow, and more snow. The overabundance of it has dominated the headlines. But while the recent bout of winter weather has painted the middle of the country and East Coast in white, there is only a small area of the U.S. that is truly getting pounded with snow. Yes, that's you, coastal New England. Read More

8 Tips to Engage Employees in Sustainable Manufacturing

Employee engagement is key to any company's sustainability success story. The majority of GM's 220,000 employees around the world support their global manufacturing operations. That's 171 plants from Cairo to Kaiserslautern working to continually reduce their carbon footprint and connect with their communities. Read More


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Alphabet Soup - Selecting and Using Sustainability Reporting Frameworks

Dissect the various sustainability reporting frameworks and evaluate their benefits in order to select and use the best one for your organization.