Partner Webinar: Don’t Be in the Dark Public Lands and Climate Change

Join The Wilderness Society as they share ways that companies can support making federal lands part of a climate change solutions. As part of the webinar, we take a closer look at fossil fuel development on federal lands and the associated emissions from this development, and consider the ways in which our federal public lands should be part of the solution to climate change through the reduction of emissions, ensuring we have large protected landscapes, and supporting renewable energy development in the right places, to help us transition to a clean energy economy.

 

Webinar: Step by Step: The Climate Impact Reporting Journey

Alongside the release of our first Tracking Progress Update, the Climate Collaborative’s April webinar will delve into ways that companies can deepen their metrics and reporting practices.

View or download the slides HERE.

Revving Up: How to Save Big & Reduce Your Transportation Impact

The 2017 Climate Collaborative programming survey showed that transportation is one of the two most challenging commitment area for companies to implement (alongside packaging). Companies have identified connections to partners and solutions providers, as well as case studies, as the most helpful resources in addressing these challenges.  

 

Climate 101 - The Building Blocks of Climate Action for Your Company

Have you been mystified by seeing other companies’ carbon footprints shrink while yours remains the same? Would you like to reduce your company’s climate impacts, but have constrained resources or are not sure where to start?

SFTA’s Climate 101 session is designed to provide attendees with a strong foundational understanding of the nine areas that natural product companies can address to make the most impact on climate change. 

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Climate Day 2018 Livestream

You can watch the Climate Day 2018 livestream here!

Waste Not, Want Not: Tackling Food Waste in Your Company

 Join the Climate Collaborative, Dana Gunders and leading brands and retailers to discuss how businesses are committing to food waste reduction in their supply chains thereby helping reduce climate change impacts while increasing profits.  

All Aboard! How to get your Vendors on the Climate Train

Retailers sit at a unique place in the supply chain and have the ability to engage upstream and downstream, with suppliers and consumers—allowing them to exponentially increase the impact of their climate goals through value chain engagement. Join us as we look at how retailers, distributors, and brands can work together to maximize their climate impacts. 

 

 

A Tale of Three Retailers - Climate Day 2018 Breakout

Retailers face a unique set of challenges when it comes to addressing their primary emissions drivers. In this session, we will explore what the average retailer footprint looks like, and various steps retailers can take to reduce their climate impacts in these areas.

Bring It Together: How Business Can Incorporate and Advocate for Climate-Friendly Agriculture

Responsible carbon management on farms is key to mitigating or helping reverse climate change. Its power is multiplied when encouraged to grow at scale with the support of government policy. Learn more about the intersections of agricultural carbon emissions management, public policy, and the role of business to help it grow.

 

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Webinar: Waste Not, Want Not: Reducing Food Waste in the Supply Chain

Emissions related to food waste from farm to landfill are a significant contributor to climate change. However, food waste is a tricky problem— one where collaborations through the supply chain must be leveraged to obtain impactful results. Join the NRDC, ReFED and Glen's Garden Market to learn more about how food companies combat climate change through food waste reduction! View or download the slides HERE.