Matchmaker: How Company Goals Influence your Renewable Energy Path

There are many different options to incorporate renewable energy into your company’s operations. Renewable Energy Credits are frequently cited as a gateway to renewable energy use. Watch our recording as we discuss how company goals can be crafted and used to optimize the match between a company’s strategy and maximized environmental impacts. 

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Crops, Cattle, and Climate: Potential Solutions to Agriculture's Potent Pollutants

Reducing the potent short-lived climate pollutants (SLCPs) related to agriculture represents a major opportunity area for natural product companies to reduce their climate impacts. Join us as we dive deeper into the world of SLCPs with the New Zealand Ministry for Primary Industries and Lotus Foods. 

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Put your Policy Where Your Mouth Is: How Food Waste Policy Can Help Solve Climate Change and Help Your Business

Join the Climate Collaborative's December webinar as we examine the intersection of food waste policy and business practices at the national, regional, state, and municipal levels. Learn how businesses can be involved in shaping new policies and designing the industry response these policies inspire!

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Leveraging EPA’s SmartWay Program to Improve Your Distribution Emissions

For companies who don’t own the means of distribution, making a significant dent in their product’s transportation emissions can be a difficult task. The Climate Collaborative’s November training (webinar format) will explore how a prominent national program – EPA’s SmartWay— can support natural product companies to help identify the transportation providers that represent efficient and environmentally friendly transportation profiles.

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Consumers are Key: Engaging End Consumers to Mitigate Climate

Consumers are Key: Engaging End Consumers to Mitigate Climate will introduce attendees to speakers from market research firm NMI, Seventh Generation, and Dr. Bronner’s to reveal the inner workings of consumer purchasing trends and company strategies and tactics to engage them in their good climate work.

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SFTA Partner Webinar: GHG Inventory 101 Training

Tracking, reporting and managing sources of climate pollution, known as greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) are essential as the impacts of climate change become increasingly apparent and severe. The first step to managing emissions is to conduct a GHG inventory or carbon footprint. This 1-hour introductory webinar began with the basics of GHG accounting and highlight the data, tools and resources available, and the steps you need to take to complete a GHG inventory for the first time. The webinar introduced Good Company’s web-based training program and GHG calculator.

 

Yin and Yang: Understanding and Conveying Advantages of your Sustainable Product Packaging

In the natural product industry, few discussions can be more technical than that of product packaging. Yet developing a fluency in sustainable packaging is critical to help drive sustainable, climate-friendly packaging design within companies, and the ability to convey sustainable design choices and advantages to consumers. These two points –packaging fluency and related consumer engagement— drive the Climate Collaborative’s September webinar.

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Webinar: The Tenant's Triumph - How to Improve Energy Signatures of Leased Facilities

When you don’t own your roof, walls, or HVAC system, how can you improve energy efficiency or invest in renewables? The Tenant’s Triumph examines this question through the lenses of behavioral techniques and technical steps companies can employ. 

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Webinar: Potent Pollutants: Mitigating the Power of Methane, Black Carbon and Hydrofluorocarbons

Potent Pollutants breaks open the topic of SLCPs in this webinar, explaining what they are, their impacts, and how they are generated – especially in the natural products sector. This introduction will prepare attendees for future programming that will continue to dive deeper into additional categories of SLCP emissions, including agriculture, waste, and more. 

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Katharine Hayhoe at Climate Day 2018

Katharine Hayhoe at Climate Day 2018.