Lifecycle Energy
Blog | November 27, 2017 by Elizabeth Schroeder
Attention shoppers: Do you ever think about the amount of energy that is required to produce, transport, and dispose of the items you buy? How does the amount of energy used before you purchase the product—and after you get rid of the item—compare to the amount expended during the time you own it? Energy is needed to create, transport, use, and dispose of most products. Lifecycle energy is the amount of energy consumed throughout the full lifecycle of a product—which is important to keep in mind as we aim to make sustainable purchasing decisions.  More
Carbon Footprint Solutions
Solution | January 1, 2019 by
According to the World Economic Forum, climate change represents the greatest risk facing the world today. The COP21 agreement, signed by 175 countries on April 22, 2016, demonstrates a broad international consensus that everyone is responsible for working toward a low-carbon future in order to minimize climate change and manage the associated risks. How might climate change affect your business? More