2021 Tracking Progress Annual Report

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The Climate Collaborative’s Tracking Progress Update assesses how companies are progressing on the climate action commitments they have made through the Climate Collaborative. This annual report summarizes the results of our Tracking Progress Survey conducted in summer 2021. Our hope is that the information gathered and shared will help inform the work of the Collaborative and our broader community as we work together to find and activate solutions to the climate crisis.

The Tracking Progress Survey also provides an opportunity to gain insight into broader industry trends specific to climate engagement. For the past two years, we have included questions focused on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Insights from Blue Apron on their Food Waste Reduction Journey

Hannah Koski, August 23, 2021

1200px-Blue_Apron_logo.svg.pngAn estimated 35% of food in the United States goes unsold or uneaten, the vast majority of which becomes food waste at significant environmental cost, while at the same time as many as 42 million people experience hunger. The potential environmental and social impacts of tackling food loss and waste are myriad, but for the business and sustainability leaders looking to take it on, the how-to isn’t always simple. Here’s how we at Blue Apron got started:

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Join your fellow businesses in the #Call4ClimateNOW Campaign at This Critical Moment

With the recent release of the powerful IPCC report, there is no longer any doubt about the unavoidable impact of our changing climate.  Inside Climate News summarizes the report explaining that “This summer’s extremes are only a mild preview of the decades ahead” and “no part of the planet will be spared”. But perhaps the report’s most powerful finding is that we still have a small window of opportunity to act to stop things from getting even worse. As Laurence Tubiana, one of the architects of the Paris Agreement said this week in response to the UN IPCC Report: 'Scientists did their job, it is time for leaders to do theirs.'

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