Posts Tagged ‘emissions’

$270K in savings and counting

Dear Environmental Forum Readers, hopefully you saw our post from earlier this year about one of the many ways we’re helping colleges and universities. In a follow-up to that post, we wanted to share a story by Affuembey Enow Affuembey….

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Death, taxes … and climate change?

With a bounty of shale gas underground, coal in the mountain tops and an economy needing a boost, tax and climate change policy are likely to be closely linked going forward. As always, there will not be a single solution…

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How would you respond to these environmental questions?

Environmental Forum readers, you may have seen our Sept. 13 announcement about being included in Carbon Disclosure Projects’s (CDP) Carbon Performance Leadership Index. The index recognizes companies for excellence in carbon disclosure reporting as well as greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions…

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Stay "green" away from home

The summer travel season is a time to unplug from the real world but it doesn’t mean you have to come unplugged! With online and mobile banking, it’s easy to keep track and manage household bills and track your money…

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Envision Charlotte, powered by Smart Energy Now®

I am excited to introduce you to a Vincent Davis, the Director of the Smart Energy Now® Community Partnership at Duke Energy. Wells Fargo has had the opportunity to work with Vincent’s team at Duke Energy through Envision Charlotte, a…

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ESG Notes, Vol. 8

Environmental Forum readers, here is the latest version of our ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) Notes compiled each week by Adam Berkowitz. If you have any questions or comments about Nelson Capital’s ESG notes, please leave them for Adam below or…

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Earth Hour 2011

With a flip of a switch you can join us and millions of people worldwide in Earth Hour 2011, a united call to action on climate change. To participate, simply turn off your non-essential lights on Saturday, March 26, 2011,…

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The giving trees

We talk a lot about saving paper, turning off paper statements and not printing ATM receipts — all of which are positive things. We also point out how all these actions can help reduce greenhouse gases* (GHG) and prevent fraud….

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7% GHG reduction

Good news! We reduced our greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) by seven percent in 2009! With this initial reduction, we’re on our way to achieving our GHG reduction goal of 20 percent below 2008 levels by 2018. It’s a goal that’s…

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(Y)Our GHGs

When you think about sources of human-related greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), what are some of the first things that come to mind? Naturally, you’d say trucks, planes, and cars (Lions, and tigers, and bears! Oh my!) — and yes, those…

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