The world of business doesn’t seem so eco-friendly, but new entrepreneurs who put the environment first can change that. From linking up with organizations like ISO20400.org to sourcing materials from ethical suppliers, there are plenty of ways that entrepreneurs can go the extra mile to become ECOpreneurs.
COP26 presentation Hosted by Josh Jacobs and featuring Shaun McCarthy. Leading on Embodied Carbon, scope 3
Josh Jacobs from the USA and Shaun McCarthy from the UK talk about carbon , net zero and scope 3 telling us all what we need to know when considering reducing our carbon emmissions.
A Boston-area startup hopes to revolutionize how plastic bags and packaging film are recycled. Since loose bags and film jam up the equipment at recycling facilities, Obaggo proposes densifying them into convenient disks in the comfort of your kitchen.
An article on why New York State is introducing the Deforestation – Free Procurement Act
To address changes in consumer demand, companies are trying feverishly to incorporate sustainable practices into their products and supply chain practices. Learn how practitioners can make this a reality for their brands.
As the director of codes and standards at UL, Josh Jacobs helps develop and track global environmental codes, standards and purchasing programs. He has spoken on sustainable building and procurement across five continents. He has worked with procurement staff around the world on making their purchases more environmentally friendly. UL sits down with Dana Schneider (Empire State Realty Trust), Drew Shula (Verdical Group), Joseph Marfi (Turner Construction), Shawn Jang (Bisagni Environmental Enterprise), and Shaun McCarthy (Supply Chain Sustainability School) for an in-depth discussion about carbon emissions related topics and what’s being done globally to tackle carbon emissions.
Whitepaper based on interviews with state CPOs (California and Minnesota) and state and city program leaders – focus on engaging stakeholders and expanding participation in and support of sustainable procurement.
Whitepaper based on insights shared by sustainable procurement leaders from leading global companies, focused on making the right arguments to win more resources for your program.
AIM-PROGRESS – Another good example of industry collaboration to manage human rights issues in supply chains. Modern Slavery is too complex to manage it on your own: C.O.L.L.A.B.O.R.A.T.E!