Posts Tagged ‘EPA’

Climate change science for nonscientists

Last week I attended the Climate Leadership Conference convened by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and three climate change centric Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). Among the many benefits of …

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Wells Fargo Recognized by EPA as a Leader in Climate Change

There’s so much history in Washington, D.C. You have the monuments, the architecture, and of course all of the events that have helped to shape our country. I’m proud to say that Wells Fargo just made a little bit of…

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Spreading solar across the states

Wells Fargo, Grid Alternatives, and Habitat for Humanity have struck an accord once again, delivering clean, affordable energy to people who need it most. Many of you have been following the work we’ve done together with Grid Alternatives, an Oakland…

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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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Economic and environmental savings: one small step at a time

Environmental Forum readers, hopefully you’re already familiar with Joanne Lasnier, who helps lead our San Francisco Green Team and is a regular guest blogger on issues ranging from wetland conservation to organics and plastics. Inspired by our Green Teams in…

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Preserving our wetlands

Wholesale Marketing E-Business Consultant, guest blogger, and Green Team member Joanne Lasnier is back with another post! This time, she shares why wetlands are important and what you can do to help preserve this unique ecosystem. (—KVT) It’s a 10-minute…

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Joining with the UC Davis Energy Efficiency Center

As we continue to find new technologies being developed in our communities across the country, America continues to be the frontier for innovation. Many of these technological advancements are related to energy efficiency and the “built environment”—think lighting, windows, landscape,…

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The air we breathe

I am very pleased to present a guest post from my friend, Anthony Bernheim, who I consider to be a force in the world of air quality and the built environment. In his over 25 years of work on integrated…

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ESG Notes, Vol. 10

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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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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