Tag: sustainability

Green Pinstripes: Wharton School of Business Dean Thomas Robertson Talks About Sustainability | OnEarth

Stroll through practically any business school in the country — or any of the fast-multiplying U.S.-style B-schools overseas — and there can be little doubt that an MBA remains a hot commodity. With the start of classes now upon us,…

Winning the Sustainability Battle, Losing the Carbon War? | GreenBiz

0inShare In establishing the Carbon War Room, Richard Branson, the British-born media and aviation billionaire, explicitly treats the threat of catastrophic climate change as one similar to the threat posed by a world war. Taking this metaphor a step further,…

Coca-Cola Decides to Gulp Down the Rest of Honest Tea | GreenBiz

Honest Tea, the fast-growing 13-year-old vendor of organic teas, first attracted the attention of Coca-Cola back in 2008, when the fizzy drinks giant took a 40 percent stake in the green-minded startup. Today, CEO Seth Goldman announced that Honest Tea…

Inside GRI’s Efforts to Boost CSR Reporting in the States | GreenBiz

0 inShare   Federal efforts to require companies to report on environmental impacts and other sustainability measures in their financial filings have all but stalled, victims of the recession and a loss of momentum for federal climate policy. But while…

BSR 2010: The Push to Merge Financial and Sustainability Reporting | GreenBiz

0inShare For all the attention flowing into greener corporate practices, there’s scant agreement about how best to document these efforts. Standalone sustainability reports have become de rigueur for most multinationals, pressure is growing to integrate environmental and sustainability practices into…

PHOTOS: Greening the US Open | OnEarth

via onearth.org You might think the biggest sporting event in the country is the World Series or the Super Bowl. But by head count, neither comes close to the US Open tennis tournament, when 700,000 guests flood into the Billie…

Can China Go Green? | BusinessWeek

Beijing has big plans to curb pollution and start a cleantech industry. But the global recession and looming trade frictions will test its resolve China’s unprecedented growth in recent years has come at a terrible price. Two-thirds of its rivers…