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Is Sustainable Business Making a Difference?

Is Sustainable Business Making a Difference?

By Joel Makower, Chairman and Executive editor of GreenBiz Group. In the world of sustainable business, there is a tried-and-true litany of reasons why companies take proactive measures. You hear them recited at conferences and read them in books and articles, as ...

Materiality Matters: Sustainability Standards for the Form 10-K

Materiality Matters: Sustainability Standards for the Form 10-K

By Jean Rogers, Founder and Executive Director, the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB). Materiality: what does it mean in relation to sustainability, and how can an improved understanding of it change how companies manage and investors invest? To create next-generation sustainability standards for ...

Zipcar Sale a Watershed Moment? I Beg to Differ

Zipcar Sale a Watershed Moment? I Beg to Differ

By Lee Broughton, Head of Corporate Sustainability, Enterprise Holdings. TheCityFix.com website – a highly respected online resource for sustainable transport news, research and “best practice” solutions – recently suggested that the just-announced acquisition of Zipcar represents a watershed moment for car sharing.  I beg to differ. Don’t get ...

Why Bold Sustainability Targets Make Good Business Sense

Why Bold Sustainability Targets Make Good Business Sense

By Teri Shanahan, Vice President of Sustainability, International Paper. Trees are International Paper’s primary raw material, so sustaining healthy, abundant forests is critical to our business success and we have been doing this for more than 100 years.  Growing trees is ...

Fortran Forward: Imagining Tomorrow’s Sustainability Innovations

Fortran Forward: Imagining Tomorrow’s Sustainability Innovations

By Mitch Jackson, VP for Environmental Affairs & Sustainability at FedEx. Show me someone who predicts the future and I’ll show you someone who’s generally correct some of the time, but specifically wrong all of the time When I was in college, my ...

The Power of 1 Trillion: Mobilizing Global Companies to Value Natural Capital

The Power of 1 Trillion: Mobilizing Global Companies to Value Natural Capital

On September 23rd, the Corporate Eco Forum announced a major new commitment to action at the Clinton Global Initiative: "The Power of 1 Trillion: Mobilizing Global Companies to Value Natural Capital." As CEF Chair P.J. Simmons describes in this video, ...

Lessons from the Amazon Rainforest

Lessons from the Amazon Rainforest

Earlier this year, ten outstanding leaders from CEF member companies were chosen from a highly competitive field of over 150 applicants from around the world to embark on a life-changing sustainability leadership development program in the Amazon Rainforest this summer with world-renowned ecologist Dr. ...

Insights from the Edge of the Earth: CEF in Antarctica

Insights from the Edge of the Earth: CEF in Antarctica

CEF delegates to Antarctica Janet Morris and Darren McGann share highlights from their journey and reflect on how the experience has impacted them. Last month, Janet Morris of HP and Darren McGann of KPMG returned from the 2041 group’s “Leadership on the Edge” Antarctica expedition.  ...

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