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What Are Sustainable Development Goals and How Can You Assess Their Impact?

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a popular topic worldwide, and you’ve probably seen organizations displaying their SDG contributions with these colorful icons. How are they justifying their SDG claims? How can you feel confident when purchasing credits, and what are the levels of assurance for SDG claims? What tools do professionals use to analyze their projects?

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Experiencing COP26

I had the honor of attending the Conference of Parties 26th (COP26) meeting in Glasgow, UK, on behalf of ClimeCo. Upon arrival, I was pleasantly surprised to see how Glasgow had wholly transformed to facilitate the arrival of over 30,000 participants.

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Responsible Plastic Management Step 1: Plastic Footprinting

It is indisputable that plastics have made their way into every aspect of our lives, and they’re here to stay. While plastics play an important role and offer many benefits, there is growing concern over the waste accumulating in landfills, rivers and oceans, and the stomachs of animals and marine life.

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What Are The Key Takeaways From The IPCC AR6 Report?

The 2021 IPCC's report is in - here's what you should know: Amidst a year devastated by extreme weather, the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) delivered its sixth assessment report (AR6). The AR6 comes in time to be fresh on the minds of the climate leaders meeting this week at Climate Week NYC.

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The Role of Net-Zero in Corporate Strategy

The Paris Agreement signed in 2015 ushered in a new era in corporate strategy. This new era is one where companies and investors play a fundamental role in addressing the key issue of our time - climate change. In our lifetime, the corporate sector has increasingly experienced the impact of climate risk – both physical and transitional.

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Blog Archive

April ’21 | A Story About Circular Restoration | Chris Parker
March ’21 |
A Chat About Sustainability | Kendall Bedford
February ’21 |
Creating Carbon Offsets – It Starts With A Methodology | David Priddy
January ’21 | Five Ways To Reduce Your Household Emissions | Danielle A. Pingitore
October ’20 |
How Has COVID-19 Changed the Way We Think About Corporate Emissions | Derek Six
September ’20 |
A Balanced Approach | William Flederbach
August ’20 |
A New Approach to Mitigating Future Emissions | David Priddy
July ’20 |
Financial Due Diligence: Evaluating Environmental Opportunities and Risks | Derek Six
June ’20 |
A New Tool For Rangeland Trusts | David Priddy
May ’20 |
Motivation Can Mean So Much More | Nancy Marshall
April ’20 | Restoring the Earth Together | Taylor Marshall
March ’20 |
How to be Green for St Patrick’s Day & Easter | Nancy Marshall
February ’20 | Moving Forward with Net-Zero | Zach Harmer & Nancy Marshall
January ’20 |
Catching The Wave | Nancy Marshall
November ’19
| Challenge Accepted | Quin Pompi
October ’19
| Making a Difference Today for a Better World Tomorrow | Nancy Marshall
September ’19
| Carbon Consciousness & The Live Music Experience | Danielle A. Pingitore
August ’19 | The New Age (Old) Question: What does it mean to be “Carbon Neutral”? | Andy Kruger
July ’19 | Making Connections that Create Environmental Balance | William Flederbach
June ’19 | “The Individual” in the Context of Global Emissions | Jessica Campbell
May ’19 | Land Degradation and Our Future | Kendall Bedford
March ’19 | Beyond the Trees | Quin Pompi
January ’19 | More Than Grassland | Lauren Mechak
November ’18 | USEPA’s Proposed Reversal of the Once In, Always In Policy – Does This Make Sense? | Gary Yoder
October ’18 | Harvesting Hidden Value from Your Industrial Plant Site | David Priddy
September ’18 | Who Knew Seeing The World Was Good For Your Soul But Bad For The Environment | Dan Linsky
August ’18 |  The Climate Change Quagmire | Andy Kruger
June ’18 | CA Offsets: Unfortunate Choices & Struggle to Define “Direct Environmental Benefits in the State” | Derek Six