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April 2019
Forest protection has been a focus for SC Johnson for generations. Now, the company’s Chairman and CEO, Fisk Johnson, is shining a spotlight on the topic in his ongoing effort to raise awareness of global environmental issues like deforestation and ocean plastic. Johnson recently visited areas impacted by illegal deforestation with longtime partner Conservation International (CI), […]
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  Why Global Citizens Should Care  The UN’s Global Goals address the urgent need to be more environmentally-friendly under several of the goals, including Goal 11 for sustainable cities and communities, Goal 12 for responsible consumption and production, and Goal 14 to protect life below water. Join the movement by taking action here to help […]
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Why Global Citizens Should Care According to the World Bank, up to 80% of the funding needed to achieve the UN’s Global Goals and end extreme poverty is going to need to come from the private sector — and that includes us. Everyday people engaging with our finances, according to experts, is absolutely crucial in […]
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Climate and Sustainable Development expert ClimateCare has won a second Queen’s Award for Enterprise – for ‘exceptional contributions to sustainable development.’ It is one of just six organisations across the UK to win an award in this category. ClimateCare, the number one ranked B Corp in the UK, has reduced carbon emissions by 33 million […]
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Solar panels at a vineyard in Livermore Valley, California. Getty When you think of companies and sectors that need to prepare for the consequences of climate change and environmental issues, the usual suspects are the likes of mining companies, oil and gas groups, electricity generators and carmakers. Not drinks groups. But beer, wine and spirits […]
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Is storage the Holy Grail of the energy transition? Maybe. Certainly, a critical missing link in the quest for decarbonization. If intermittent solar and wind generation can be complemented by competitively priced storage, the power sector can rid itself of its dependency on fossil fuels. Investors, among them utilities, oil majors and private equity, have […]
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Background In 2015, the 193 Member States of the United Nations adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), an ambitious and universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that people everywhere enjoy peace and prosperity. The United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), which operates under the auspices of the UN […]
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Entrepreneur Partners With Athletes Passionate About Their Sport and the World Around Them Written by Alison Klein In ancient Greece the Olympic ceremony was linked to the cult of Zeus, and though athletes were (obviously) mortal, victory immortalized them. We don’t involve Zeus in today’s athletic festivities, but there’s still a sense of awe and admiration elicited […]
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Why Global Citizens Should Care  As climate change intensifies around the world, extreme weather is putting people’s lives and livelihoods at risks, while oceans and forests are changing. Data collected from space can help monitor these changes and inform responses to them. The United Nations’ Global Goal 15 for life on land calls on governments to protect forests […]
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 Smithfield Foods, Inc. and Roeslein Alternative Energy (RAE) have formed a joint venture called Monarch Bioenergy to produce renewable natural gas (RNG) across Smithfield’s hog farms in Missouri. This partnership converts manure collected from Smithfield farms into RNG, while simultaneously delivering ecological services and developing wildlife habitat. Once complete, all Smithfield company-owned finishing farms in Missouri will have […]
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