By The Guardian on June 22, 2012
New analysis shows the world emitted a record 31.8bn tonnes of carbon from energy consumption in 2010.
By Silvio Marcacci on February 18, 2012
Ten global energy and climate “megaforces” are doubling the costs of environmental impacts on businesses every 14 years, equal 40 percent of average profits, and could significantly affect corporate growth by 2030, says KPMG International.
Category: Business Operation, Climate Change, Corporate Social Responsibility, Infrastructure | Tags: biodiversity, Business plan, Climate Change, deforestation, Energy security, Financial statements, KPMG, sustainability, Urbanization, Water scarcity | 2
By Allison Leahy on February 18, 2012
The SFMTA’s 2011 Bicycle Count Report indicates a 71% increase increase in ridership in San Francisco and with an e-bike share program rolling out this year, the city may soon have the highest per-capita bicycle use in North America.
Category: Climate Change, people, Transportation | Tags: bicycle, bike, bike advocacy, bike safety, green transportation, public space, san francisco, san francisco bike count report, sf, sf bike coalition, sfmta, urban planning | 3
By Timothy Hurst on January 19, 2012
Masdar Carbon is moving ahead with a carbon capture and sequestration facility that will capture nearly 1 million tons of CO2 annually in Abu Dhabi.
By The Guardian on December 21, 2011
Europe’s most senior court is expected to rule on Wednesday that airlines based outside the continent should have to pay for their carbon emissions on flights to or from EU member states.