February 28, 2015

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Falling Oil Prices Don’t Give Clean-Energy Stocks the All-Clear

Oil’s Decline Could Slow a Transition to Alternative Energy

New Customer-Centric Supply Chain Metrics

The Net Promoter Score is based on the premise that a company’s customers can be divided into three categories: Promoters, Passives, and Detractors.

Companies with the Best CSR Reputations Named

The 2014 CSR RepTrak Study provides a business case for embedding CSR and sustainability principles into corporate strategy and operations.

That looming utility death spiral? Don't count on it

How will the incumbent energy utilities' bottom lines fare in the face of big renewable energy market shifts?

2015: the year of sustainable development

The year 2015 will be our generation’s greatest opportunity to move the world toward sustainable development.

No More Faking It: Companies Ditch Green Credits, Clean Up Instead

As skepticism mounts about whether RECs achieve their claimed environmental benefits, are quietly scaling back their involvement.

Is the Lima deal a travesty of global climate justice?

Poorer countries likely to reject agreement in Paris next year if onus falls on them rather than those largely responsible for global warming

3 Ways Green Building Saves Money

In an article on LinkedIn, Schoenecker outlines three ways green building saves money.

‘Tis the Season for Workplace Giving

The holidays are here (just about), and that means that seasonal giving campaigns are cranking into high gear.....

UN climate change talks: what do NGOs think about the Lima Accord?

An agreement was finally reached in Lima’s climate talks late last night. But what do NGOs think about what was achieved?



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