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Building a green business: Lessons from sustainability start-ups

By Harry Bowcott , Philipp Ernst and Others

Green tech and climate technology companies are rapidly altering the competitive landscape. With sustainability now a business imperative, incumbents need to move quickly—or risk being left behind.



A healthy environment is more than a nice goal—it’s crucial for our business and the beautiful destinations you visit. Our goal is to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2040, and we are setting clear targets along the way.


Major Technology Companies To Provide Nearly $1 Billion Building Market Demand For CO2 Removal

By Felicia Jackson Photo: Saul Loeb , Getty Images

Stripe, with funding from Alphabet, Meta, Shopify and McKinsey, has launched Frontier, which plans on investing $925 million in carbon removal technologies over the coming decade. Opening the opportunity to the market, tens of thousands of companies already using Stripe Climate can automatically direct a fraction of their revenue on Stripe toward these carbon removal technologies.


What Is the Electrified Economy and Why Should Businesses Care?

As energy transitions to 100% clean electricity, energy users that go all-in on electricity can meet emissions targets, cut costs and climate proof their operations. Learn how to prepare for an electrified economy.


You’ve heard Bitcoin fuels the climate crisis,but did you know a software code change could clean it up?

And it’s quickly surpassing more countries, according to the University of Cambridge. Unless its price is decoupled from its energy use, Bitcoin will drive devastating climate impacts.


Statement by Martin J. Gruenberg, Acting Chairman, FDIC Board of Directors On the Request for Comment on the Statement of Principles for Climate-Related Financial Risk Management for Large Financial Institutions

Today, the FDIC Board approved a proposed Statement of Principles for Climate-Related Financial Risk Management for Large Financial Institutions (Statement of Principles). The proposed Statement of Principles provides a high-level framework for the safe and sound management of financial institutions’ exposures to climate-related financial risks, consistent with the risk management framework described in existing FDIC rules and guidance.1 The proposed Statement of Principles will be published in the Federal Register for public comment.


Most Climate Action 100+ Companies Are Failing on Emissions

By Alastair Marsh

An investor alliance with a combined $68 trillion of assets has issued a damning report about the world’s biggest polluters, revealing that less than one-fifth have actually mapped out a meaningful path toward net-zero emissions.


ESG Reporting: How Transparent Are You?

By Jim Wetekamp Photo: Burst , Pexels

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is working on a new rule that will require U.S.-listed companies to provide investors with detailed disclosures on how climate change could affect their business. Europe recently announced new requirements on how banks report environmental risks and carbon targets.


How Corporate Collaboration Can Slow the Flow of Microplastics into the Environment

By Roya Sabri

At this year’s Consumer Technology Association conference, Samsung — maker of phones, laptops, refrigerators and more — announced a lineup of sustainability initiatives for its home appliances. Among the initiatives was a collaboration with outdoor clothing retailer Patagonia. That may seem like an unexpected collaboration, Mark Newton, head of corporate sustainability at Samsung Electronics America, told TriplePundit, but when it comes to tackling microplastics, he said it makes perfect sense.


Google to Cut Food Waste at Facilities through Sourcing Changes, Kitchen Improvements

By Austin Tannenbaum

Search engine giant Google announced plans to reduce food waste at its facilities earlier this week spanning the entire lifecycle of food served at Google, from where it’s produced to how it’s consumed and what is done with leftovers.