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Governance Archives - CREtech Climate

daryn August 24, 2022

It’s true that my co-workers were not happy when I broke the news four years ago that one of the two restaurant-size coffee machines in the office kitchen had to go. One machine went mostly unused, and together the two consumed 1 percent of the total energy used annually by the building. One percent may not sound like much, but our goal was net zero — getting our build...

Lauren July 11, 2022

References to "ESG"—or environmental, social and governance factors—are everywhere you look these days. What does ESG mean, and why does it matter? Recent economic, public health and social justice crises have intensified the already surging interest in ESG.

Lauren July 06, 2022

Measurabl is pleased to announce that it is now an ESG Solution Partner for ECORE – the ESG-Circle of Real Estate, an emerging European initiative for environmental, social, and governance (ESG) compliance in real estate portfolios. 

Lauren December 20, 2021

The way we talk about what’s possible in the clean energy transition has changed dramatically in the last few years, and in no year more so than 2021. Six years ago, around the time of the Paris Agreement, the standard narrative went something like this:

Lauren August 11, 2021

WAKE FOREST, N.C., August 11, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Women in Climate Tech, a group empowering the voices of women and non-binary professionals in climate tech, announced today a global team of talent selected to embed equity into climate-related financial disclosures.

Researchers created a global dataset of job footprints in 50 countries and used a model to investigate how trying to meet the Paris Agreement global climate target of staying well below 2°C would affect energy sector jobs. They found that action to reach said target would increase net jobs by about 8 million by 2050, primarily due to gains in the solar and wind industries...

brandonlin July 26, 2021

A Philadelphia business professor is running for U.S. Senate to fight climate change.

Eric Orts, a newcomer to politics who has taught for 30 years at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, will focus his Democratic primary campaign on the climate crisis. He says he’s running to win but also hop...

brandonlin July 26, 2021

The city has installed a biogas upgrading facility at a solid waste management site, which will allow it to take the raw biogas produced from processing green bin organics.

brandonlin July 25, 2021

In recently published progress reports on adapting to climate change (272 page / 8.85MB PDF) and 

brandonlin July 20, 2021

OAKLEY, Utah — The mountain spring that pioneers used to water their hayfields and that filled people’s taps flowed reliably into the old cowboy town of Oakley for decades. So when it dwindled to a trickle in this year’s scorching drought, officials took drastic action to preserve their water: They stopped building.