Two Steps Forward

Keep it simple for effective messaging

In this video, the Environmental Defense Fund uses the simple concept of a lever to tell the complex story of business influence on supply chains. Read more →

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Newlight and Vinmar bet on carbon-negative plastic

Newlight's AirCarbon has won business from Dell and Sprint. Now Vinmar is making a 20 billion pound bet on carbon-based plastic. Read more →

Tom Di Liberto: Plan for extreme weather but be optimistic

"America's Science Idol" DiLibertosays data tools are available to provide a fairly accurate picture of what extremeweather events will happen in the future. He's ameteorologist with the Famine Early Warning System, which forecasts flooding and droughts in the developing world,Along with working to mitigate climate change, Di Liberto suggests that businesses plan around a future of extreme weather, using data to figure out where it will occur. Read more →

How She Leads: Kathleen Shaver, Cisco

She helped Mattel win the respect of Greenpeace. Now the policy expert is zeroing in on the complex high-tech supply chain. Read more →

Get noticed: How to communicate your CSR story with purpose

Leading with purpose is key. AT&T, Disney and Hershey have demonstrated another powerful approach that works. Read more →

4 myths about climate change and investment risk

Battered coastlines and dried-out crops are just symbols of a far-reaching problem that transcends regulations and markets. Read more →

How the Navy will save $6 million a year on energy at one air station

"ESPC projects" may sound wonky, but they can unlock big annual savings without big upfront costs. Read more →

A road map to introduce clean energy in developing nations

Trust and changing the professional climate are essential to establishing new systems in any region. Read more →

How to turn sustainability into a billion-dollar business

First, learn what it means to become the next Apple instead of the next Kodak. Read more →