News  -  March 8, 2021

Rayonier captured 5.7 million tons of CO2

March 8, 2021

Rayonier announced March 1 that in 2019 its timberland assets sequestered an estimated 5.7 million tons of CO2 equivalents from the atmosphere, after accounting for carbon emitted through operations and carbon removed to customers through harvest more

News  -  March 8, 2021

Mastercard issues $600 million sustainability bond

March 8, 2021

Mastercard announced March 3 that it successfully priced a $600 million Sustainability Bond that will fund projects in carbon reduction, supporting environmental choices for customers and fostering inclusive more

News  -  March 8, 2021

City of Santa Monica creates zero-emissions delivery zone

March 8, 2021

The City of Santa Monica announced on Feb. 25 that it deployed a zero-emissions delivery zone within a one-square mile voluntary area by partnering with tech and delivery companies and community organizations. more

Research  -  March 5, 2021

SED Pulse Survey: COVID-19's Impact on Sustainability Goals and Workplace Restart

Type: Research Study
Date Published: 3/5/2021
Source: Smart Energy Decisions

March 5, 2021

What effect has COVID-19 had on sustainability plans? And when will energy, sustainability, and facility executives return to their offices? Smart Energy Decisions fielded a Pulse survey to find more

Columns  -  March 8, 2021 - By Catherine Paquette, Cisco

EnergyOps: Reducing Cisco’s energy use and greenhouse gas emissions

March 8, 2021 - By Catherine Paquette, Cisco

Within Cisco’s direct operations, the main source of emissions is the energy required to operate labs and data centers. Catherine Paquette of Cisco explains in this column how the unique approach of the company's Global Energy Management and Sustainability (GEMS) team has driven progress toward achieving their Scope 1 and 2 GHG reduction goals. more

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