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Your guide to reducing emissions throughout your supply chain

What produces 5.5 times more greenhouse gas emissions than your company’s own operations? Unfortunately, it’s your supply chain. But there is some good news—you have considerable influence over those emissions. By making your supply chain more sustainable, you can extend your…

Greener Horizons Vancouver: How sustainability leaders are building credibility with third party verification 

Credibility within the sustainability space is increasingly becoming an important discussion topic for businesses. Several global institutions are finding a receptive audience when it comes to trusted carbon disclosure standards, alignment with global targets or other third party verification standards. The expertise and organizational resources required to meet them, however, can seem daunting.

Greener Horizons Toronto: Measuring the benefits of an integrated sustainability plan

Members of Toronto’s sustainability community recently met at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for Bullfrog Power’s Greener Horizons panel discussion: Measuring an integrated sustainability plan. The panel, moderated by Leor Rotchild, Executive Director of CBSR, included Gabriela Polanco-Sorto, Associate Director, Corporate Responsibility, LoyaltyOne; Andrew Bowerbank, Global Director of Sustainable Building Services, EllisDon; and Margaret McKellar, Senior Marketing Manager of Innovation, Corby Spirit and Wine.

Greener Horizons: How sustainability can lead the smart cities revolution

Background Smart cities combine new and emerging technologies with a vision of more efficient and, proponents claim, more sustainable urban environments. Sustainability is often seen as a by-product of smart city technology—instead of being the driving force behind smart cities.…

Speaking the language of risk: climate change and the future of business

In an increasingly carbon-constrained economy, it is clear that an organization’s environmental, social and financial performance is dependent on climate action. The development of a thorough and goal-oriented sustainability program, one that integrates climate change impacts into risk management and takes into account the key role of private and public stakeholders, is critical to successful planning.

Speaking the language of risk: climate change and the future of business

Impacting almost every industry, climate risk now includes an organization’s direct environmental impact, reputation and brand risks, financial risks—and even the risk of being unprepared for the realities of the emerging carbon-constrained economy. The good news is that more businesses…