Startup inks $65M deal to help Air Force make ‘sustainable’ jet fuel on bases

Air Company lands up-to $65 million deal to help the U.S. Air Force capture CO2 and turn it into "sustainable" aviation fuel on-base.

We have a golden opportunity to act on ocean sustainability

The good news is that fishers, scientists and policymakers are more united now than ever around steps needed to protect our ocean and secure our blue future.

Office of Sustainability Initiatives holds winter scavenger hunt

University of St. Thomas students participated in the Office of Sustainability Initiatives’ Winter Scavenger Hunt despite the cold temperatures on Thursday, Feb. 16.

Forget About ‘Too Big To Fail’, Now There’s ‘Too Big To Try’

The early stages of market deployment of new solutions doesn’t immediately require hundreds of millions of dollars. And unfortunately, deep pocketed institutional investors — despite strategic goals to invest into those solutions — can’t write checks smaller than hundreds of millions of dollars.


/PRNewswire/ -- Persefoni, a global leader in climate data disclosure and management, today announced the appointment of Kristina Wyatt as the company's Deputy...
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Targus® Earns Bronze EcoVadis Sustainability Rating and Offsets 625 Tons of CO2 Emissions by Planting 11,408 Trees in Treekly Challenge

/PRNewswire/ -- Targus®, the number one laptop case brand in the U.S. and Canada* and a leader in laptop cases and mobile computing accessories, announced that...

Putting Together a Measure of Sustainability

With companies now publishing sustainability reports annually, you may wonder how these reports are put together. The word sustainability is popping up everywhere these days it seems. Companies are constantly releasing information on how they plan to be more sustainable. These plans are mainly released in the forms of reports, and there’s now a whole industry focused […]

Improving Sustainability and Reducing Cost in Oil and Gas Industry

People around the world use gasoline for transportation every day. For consumers and businesses, the most noticeable thing about each fill-up is its fluctuating price, but they often know little about the complex process of extracting crude oil and refining it into motor fuel. For example, few are aware that crude oil only accounts for one-tenth of what is extracted at the typical well site. The other 90% is toxic wastewater.

Opinion: Rethinking sustainability for global food assistance programs

In this opinion piece, Abigail Conrad, Ph.D., with Results for Development discusses the need for donors and governments to create long-term plans for supplemental food assistance.

CMA seeks feedback on draft sustainability guidelines

The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has published draft guidelines clarifying when the agency will permit sustainability agreements between competitors, signalling a more permissive approach to climate change initiatives.