For Hank Cauley, senior vice president for CI’s Center for Environmental Leadership in Business, the path to conservation began with a groundbreaking cookstove.
When Walmart wants to make a change, other companies have to follow suit.
In the next 15-20 years, the world will need 30% more water, 45% more energy and 50% more food.
Staff suggestions will help the company reduce energy use by 30% and water use by 20% by the year 2020.
The enormous, complex challenges facing us today make one thing certain: no one can solve them alone.
We all need water, but the fact remains that businesses are responsible for the lion’s share of daily freshwater use.
Recent commitments to phase out shark fin products are turning the tide for conservation of these magnificent ocean predators.
All of us vote — with our dollars. But without the right information, how can we decide who to vote for?
Marielle Canter Weikel is currently attending World Water Week — the leading annual meeting on freshwater issues — in Stockholm.
After a recent trip to Cambodia’s Tonle Sap watershed with CI staff, Frits van Paasschen, president and CEO of Starwood