Posts tagged fossil fuels
Ask an Advocate Anything: Kendra Ulrich, Stand.earth

Stand.earth targets companies like Carnival Corporation with high-profile, hard-hitting campaigns. Kendra Ulrich walks us through her group’s most recent action.

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What Does it Mean to be a “Good Corporate Citizen” in 2019?

From the mail room to the C-Suite, companies are actively rethinking their own role in tackling big challenges. Here’s why everything is changing, and why that’s a good thing.

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Ask an Advocate Anything: John Hocevar, Greenpeace

John Hocevar, Greenpeace’s Ocean Campaigns Director, says a “perfect storm” of trends is poised to unleash a surge of action on marine debris.

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Guest Blog | Shareowners to Companies: Take Action on Climate!

According to the latest Proxy Preview, a comprehensive overview of the 2016 shareholder season, this may well be the “Year of the Environment”—with a focus on climate.

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Bold Clean Energy Collaboration Needed – More Oregons, Fewer Nevadas

We need bold, cross sectoral leadership among key stakeholders willing to engage one another to tackle our daunting energy challenges.

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Ahead of the Curve: Military Drives Environmental Action

The military is considered a bastion of conservatism by many. But the military’s approach to climate change is anything but conservative; it’s pragmatic.

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BP and Google Leave ALEC: Are Companies Finally Taking Climate Change Seriously?

What does a mass exodus from the controversial American Legislative Exchange Council, or Alec, say about stakeholder engagement and climate campaigns?

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Envisioning a Future with Less Doom and Gloom: Opportunities for the Next Generation of Optimists

When it comes to stories about the fate of the earth, headlines are usually dominated by tales of gloom and doom. 

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The New Retail Regulatory Norm, and What Business Needs to Do About It

Increased globalization and U.S. political dysfunction have accelerated the establishment of a new norm of regulatory action—not regulation by law, but regulation by retail.

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