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Five Ways To Reduce Your Household Emissions

Our homes played a significant role in our lives during 2020, and it seems that the trend is continuing into 2021. Although it has been a challenging year for many, some positives were derived from it. Many of us have transitioned into working from our homes, acquiring new hobbies, and revisiting old ones, spending quality time with ourselves and our immediate families, connecting with mother nature...

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How Has COVID-19 Changed the Way We Think About Corporate Emissions?

Over the next year, I suspect many firms will have some employees return to the office, but I think there will be a portion of office jobs that will permanently telecommute. Both employers and employees have discovered that it is possible to be productive at home, and that the time saved from commuting is a valuable resource.

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A Balanced Approach

Life is about balance. Our fight against climate change must also be balanced. At ClimeCo, we balance our investments on all types of projects that mitigate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. From sequestering carbon with nature-based solutions (NBS) like grassland preservation, reforestation, and mangrove re-establishment, to destroying it at manufacturing sites...

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Blog Archive

August ’20 | A New Approach to Mitigating Future Emissions
July ’20 |
Financial Due Diligence: Evaluating Environmental Opportunities and Risks
June ’20 |
A New Tool For Rangeland Trusts
May ’20 |
Motivation Can Mean So Much More
April ’20 | Restoring the Earth Together
March ’20 |
How to be Green for St Patrick’s Day & Easter
February ’20 | Moving Forward with Net-Zero
January ’20 |
Catching The Wave
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 | California Offsets: Unfortunate Choices & Struggle to Define “Direct Environmental Benefits in the State” | Derek Six