What flies and spits fire at the same time? That’s right: airplanes. Aircraft are major emitters of greenhouse gasses and reducing these emissions poses a challenge to airlines, regulators, and manufacturers. How will Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer react to this […]
Climate change will put athletes’ health at risk and compromise the commercial viability of the Olympics as a major sporting event. What is the Olympic Movement doing about it?
With rising transportation costs and increased regulation, how can Southwest decrease its carbon footprint and create a sustainable business?
Blackcomb Whistler illustrates what adaptation strategies ski area operators can employ to react to recent climate change developments
Global warming is putting real pressure on coffee production – so Starbucks, the largest coffee retailer, is taking steps to adapt and curb its contributions to climate change.
While the mighty almond may be packed with protein and nutrition the average almond is also quite thirsty for our precious water resources, consuming 1.1 gallons of water for a single nut (2). As the tides rise, dwindling water supplies in California compete with the continued thirst for precious water resources by these delicious and nutritious treats. But, can California continue to balance the fight between its dwindling water supply and almonds hydration needs? The Almond Board of California and Paramount Farms, owner of Wonderful Pistachios & Almonds LLC, claim the industry has taken aggressive action towards bringing sustainability in almond production to the next level.
New shipping routes open as Arctic ice caps recede due to climate change.
Has Coca-Cola taken measurable steps toward becoming a more sustainable business, or have they simply greenwashed their real environmental impact?
Climate change will affect our drinking water supply. This presents a huge financial opportunity, but it comes with moral hazard.
Greenland welcomes the Mackerel and says goodbye to the shrimp. What does the warming of the world’s oceans mean for a country where fishing accounts for 91% of exports?