Can you label your carbon footprint like calories? Read this amazing piece about Allbirds before you do anything else…




The corporate world is aware of the costs of climate climate and they are aware of what needs to be done:

  • slash carbon in energy-intensive industries, in operations, in transportation, and in buildings
  • buy lots of renewable energy
  • reduce waste, particularly in critical sectors such as food and agriculture
  • expand the use of circular business models that minimize resource use
  • embed climate change metrics in corporate systems and key performance indicators
  • empower suppliers, customers and employees to drive change
  • rethink their investments and business models

Even as Trump announced in May 2017 that he would withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement, dozens of states and Puerto Rico formed the US Climate Alliance vowing to uphold the US end of the Agreement. In April 2018, the business community, through its coalition, We Are Still In launched its We Are Taking Action campaign to encourage local, state and private sector leaders to take action to address climate change.

In February, 2021, as the United States returned to the Paris Climate Agreement under Biden, elected officials joined the business and nonprofit community to launch  “America Is All In.” This coalition aims to collaborate with the federal government on the fight against climate change. Led by Mike Bloomberg, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Climate Ambition and Solutions, Washington Governor Jay Inslee, Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles, Common Spirit Health CEO Lloyd Dean and climate champions across the country, the coalition is working to cut U.S. emissions in half by 2030* and reach net zero emissions by 2050, while guarding against the impacts of climate disruption.

GM announced, in February 2021, that it would only produce electric vehicles after 2035, putting serious wind into the Biden administration’s sails.



    More than 1,200 global companies are adopting carbon pricing. Microsoft instituted their fee on carbon in 2012 and has since reduced emissions by more than 9.6 million metric tons.


    The transport sector accounts for 23% of gas emissions, and businesses own over half of all vehicles on the road. Lead the transition to electric.


    The Solar Community Initiative program works with corporations to provide discounts to employees on home solar. Expand your company benefits and perks to encourage climate conscious incentives.


    The San Francisco-based Bank of the West is withdrawing support for companies and business activities that are “detrimental to our environment and our health.” Instead, invest time and energy where it will have positive impacts.


    440 companies are taking science-based climate action and 122 companies have approved science-based targets. Make a commitment now.


    Studies show that for every US $1 spent to mitigate risks, US $4 is saved on recovery costs. Time to assess climate risks and plan.



How governments and businesses can supercharge decarbonisation

Taking the necessary action to stay within 1.5 °C is in essence neither a technology, nor an economic challenge. It's a leadership challenge. To enhance and deliver on the pledges made at COP26, immediate steps…

Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor 2022

Companies around the world are increasingly alert to the climate emergency, facing calls from a growing range of stakeholders to take responsibility for the environmental impact of their activities. Most large companies now have public…

Plastic Waste Makers Index

Find out which companies hold the fate of the world’s single-use plastic crisis in their hands and ask them to change.

America Is All In

AMERICA IS ALL IN is the most expansive coalition of leaders ever assembled in support of climate action in the United States.

Decarbonizing Space Heating with Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source heat pumps (ASHPs) are powered by electricity, using well-established technology to move heat from outdoor air to indoor air. When powered by zero-carbon electricity, ASHPs provide space heating with almost no greenhouse gas…

Modelling for Sustainable Development: New decisions for a new age

This book provides a detailed overview of models used in designing projects and policies that integrate sustainable development considerations and objectives.

Water: A human and business priority

Water is the lifeblood of humanity. With it, communities thrive. But, when the supply and demand of fresh water are misaligned, the delicate environmental, social, and financial ecosystems on which we all rely are at…

12 books on how climate change is transforming businesses and the global economy

The significant transformations required to meet the challenges posed by climate change are, from another perspective, fabulous opportunities. Inventors, entrepreneurs, and business strategists recognized this fact many years ago. Their activities have since been chronicled…

Major companies join new alliance to accelerate transition to electric vehicles

Ceres announces the launch of a new alliance to help companies accelerate the transition to electric vehicles, a key component of tackling the climate crisis.

Measuring Stakeholder Capitalism: World’s Largest Companies Support Developing Core Set of Universal ESG Disclosures

140 of the world’s largest companies support effort to develop a core set of common metrics and disclosures on non-financial factors to their investors and other stakeholders.

UN-convened Net-Zero Asset Owner Alliance

We are an international group of institutional investors delivering on a bold commitment to transition our investment portfolios to net-zero GHG emissions by 2050.


CDP has been putting critical environmental data at the heart of business decisions since 2002. Their latest report, based upon the growing demand for climate-related information was released in 2018. Understanding that inadequate information can…

Coalition seeks to engage business in climate action

Numerous international organizations announced plans yesterday to work in tandem for "business-nature" solutions to climate change. The Business for Nature coalition, composed of 13 organizations, promises to solidify a business-oriented approach to climate change in…

New Climate Advocacy Group Has CEO Pedigree

The CEO Climate Dialogue brings together a number of major companies as part of a coalition that aims to push the climate discussion forward. It comes as chatter around climate change is heating up.

World Business Council for Sustainable Development

WBCSD is a global, CEO-led organization of over 200 leading businesses working together to accelerate the transition to a sustainable world. We help make our member companies more successful and sustainable by focusing on the…

The Climate Group

The Climate Group works internationally with leading businesses, states and regions to deliver a world of net zero greenhouse gas emissions and greater prosperity for all. We are at the forefront of ambitious climate action.…


E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs) is a national, nonpartisan group of business leaders, investors, and professionals from every sector of the economy who, in partnership with the NRDC, advocate for smart policies that are good for the…

Climate Path

ClimatePath helps organizations of all sizes develop innovative strategies for conservation and impact reduction, performs assessments of employee engagement with CSR activities, plan for a future of growing affluence and constrained resources, and connect to…

Cool Effect

We are a nonprofit dedicated to reducing carbon emissions around the world by helping businesses, universities, organizations, and individuals support projects that are verifiably reducing greenhouse gas emissions. We are here to help your organization,…

Climate Policy Tracker

Find the most relevant climate policies and search based on industry or geography. The tracker currently covers policies in 8 countries plus the EU.

Certified B Corporations

B Lab is a nonprofit organization that serves a global movement of people using business as a force for goodTM. Its vision is that one day all companies compete not only to be the best…

We Are Still In

Mayors, governors, and business leaders first began signing the We Are Still In declaration in June 2017 as a promise to world leaders that Americans would not retreat from the global pact to reduce emissions…

Mind the Store-Take Action on Toxic chemicals

Who’s Minding the Store? — Our third annual retailer report card ranks 40 top retailers on their actions on toxic chemicals. Some companies, including Apple, Target, Walmart and Ikea, earned top marks.


Building a green business: Lessons from sustainability start-ups

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…

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…

Most Climate Action 100+ Companies Are Failing on Emissions

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?

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…

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

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…

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

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…

Here’s what Super Bowl ads say about climate change

Toyota debuted its hybrid Prius for the first time at the Super Bowl in 2005, calling it “good news for planet Earth.” In 2006, there were two Super Bowl ads for new hybrids: one for…

Climate Pledges of Amazon, Google, Walmart, Others Found to Have Low Integrity

The Corporate Climate Responsibility Monitor, a collaboration between sustainability research institute New Climate Institute and climate policy advocate Carbon Market Watch that evaluates the transparency and integrity of companies’ climate pledges, released an analysis today…

Google bans ads on content, including YouTube videos, with false claims about climate change.

Google said it will no longer display advertisements on YouTube videos and other content that promote inaccurate claims about climate change.

Big Business Is Bankrolling an Effort to Kill the Democratic Climate Bill

The trade group that represents Apple, Walmart, Nike, and dozens of other companies is trying to kneecap the U.S.’s final chance to meet its 2025 climate goals.

API targets climate legislation with Facebook ad blitz

Two lobbying groups for the oil and gas industry have bombarded Facebook with hundreds of ads opposing climate legislation in Congress that have been viewed 23 million times. The American Petroleum Institute and the American…

Walmart calls for “strong climate policy now,” backs campaign to kill strong climate policy

In a new post on LinkedIn, Walmart's Chief Sustainability Officer, Kathleen McLaughlin, underscored the company's commitment to addressing climate change. But McLaughlin noted, correctly, that "even the most ambitious voluntary individual and collective actions are…

Microsoft tweets concern for Ida victims while funding climate deniers in Congress

The world's second-largest company is still bankrolling climate deniers' re-election campaigns, and defending the practice.

Maine Will Make Companies Pay for Recycling. Here’s How It Works.

The law aims to take the cost burden of recycling away from taxpayers. One environmental advocate said the change could be “transformative.”

Opinion: The SEC must require companies to disclose their risk from climate change

In July 1934, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s first chairman addressed the National Press Club. In the perilous wake of the Great Crash of 1929, he was there to reassure American families, policymakers and businesses that the…

The ESG Imperative: 7 Factors for Finance Leaders to Consider

The pressure on organizations to meet environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria is more widespread than most finance leaders might realize — 85% of investors considered ESG factors in their investments in 2020. Recent Gartner…

5 ways businesses can be more aggressive about climate change

This Earth Day, President Biden will bring together government leaders from around the world for a climate summit aimed at accelerating efforts to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. It's expected that the president…

Executives Call for Deep Emission Cuts to Combat Climate Change

 More than 300 businesses, including Google, McDonalds and Walmart, are pushing the Biden administration to nearly double the United States’ target for cuts to planet-warming emissions ahead of an April 22 global summit on climate…

FedEx On the Road to Become Carbon-Neutral by 2040

FedEx recently announced it will be carbon-neutral by 2040, nearly ten years earlier than what is required by the Paris climate accords. This initiative is impressive given FedEx’s enormous transportation footprint with 84,000 vehicles globally. Also,…

Plastic Bank Celebrates Stopping Its 1 Billionth Bottle of Ocean-Bound Plastic, Partnership With SC Johnson Accounts for Half of the Total

Plastic Bank®, a social enterprise revolutionizing the global supply chain for recycled ocean-bound plastic, announced today it has reached the significant milestone of stopping 1 billion plastic bottles from entering the world’s oceans. Plastic Bank’s…

D&O Price Increases Sting in a Hardening Market. Adopting ESG Best Practices Can Reduce the Pain

Alphabet, Google’s parent company, made headlines last fall when it committed to spending $310 million over the next decade on corporate diversity programs as part of a settlement for a series of shareholder lawsuits over…

How ‘Net-Zero’ Targets Disguise Climate Inaction

Japan is doing it. China is doing it. Shell Oil is even doing it. They are all promising to be carbon neutral or net-zero by 2050 (China says 2060, and promises "Peak Carbon" by 2030).…

From the Rooftops, Big Box Stores Are Embracing Solar

Target and Walmart are trying to out-green each other in proving to customers they are environmentally responsible businesses.

Amazon boss Jeff Bezos makes carbon neutral pledge on eve of worker protests

His pledge came ahead of mass climate change protests which hundreds of the Amazon's staff will take part in.

Delta Does (and Does Not) Ditch Plastic; Why It’s All Good

As the urgency of climate action comes into sharper focus, airlines have found themselves on the front lines of the battle over carbon emissions. They have also become a bellwether for innovative solutions.

Nine Things Companies Can Do To Protect Nature At Scale

Protecting the environment should be a no-brainer for business leaders. Why? Environmental business strategies aren’t just good for the environment, they’re good for business results too. These strategies lower costs and improve companies’ bottom lines.…

Shop responsibly and sustainably

DoneGood was created with a simple mission: to make it quick, easy, and affordable to use our purchasing power for good.

3 things companies can do to push global climate action

To address climate change, business leaders will need more supportive policies from governments. Here are a few ways business leaders can inspire national climate action.

Develop a project

Established in 2003 by WWF, Gold Standard sets the benchmark for climate initiatives which move us towards meeting the ambition of the Paris Agreement and achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). They certify projects…

Start-Ups Hoping to Fight Climate Change Struggle as Other Tech Firms Cash In

With the money he made selling his last start-up to Google, Matt Rogers has been investing in companies that are trying to fight climate change.

Donate excess food on these apps

Food Cowboy, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, MealConnect (Feeding America) are making it easy to donate and reduce food waste, a leading cause of climate change.

Start using biodegradable mushroom-based packaging

This versatile packaging is made from mycelium and is completely biodegradable. Their website shows a variety of materials.

Plant a vertical forest

Line balconies and roofs to create an urban canopy, like this skyscraper in Toronto.

Label products with How2Recycle

It’s the only standardized label to offer comprehensive instructions on packaging recyclability. LEGO, Colgate Palmolive and Aldi will all begin to use it.

Power the Internet with Renewable Energy

Data center operations account for two percent of all U.S. electricity use. The Future of Internet Power aims for 100 percent renewable energy and members include Adobe, Bank of America, and eBay.

3 things businesses can do to win the climate change fight

There are roughly 100 companies directly responsible for CO2 emissions, outlined in the Carbon Majors report. Others in the utility and transportation sectors are indirectly responsible for carbon emissions. The good news is that more…

Measure, manage, disclose

Better disclosure leads to greater action. CDP and Climate Disclosure Standards Board help companies set and reach climate goals by facilitating data measurement.

Say it with a logo

Budweiser’s 100% renewable electricity symbol aims to start conversations about climate change. And, they are encouraging other brands to use the symbol on any product made using 100% renewable electricity.