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Greening News, Greening of Corporation, Greenwashing – Accountability Central

Every company seems to be going green, looking at the flow of “green” news from Corporate America.  Looking to the European Union, it appears that the trend may be more pronounced among continental and UK-based corporations.  A growing number of investors are interested in the greening practices, programs and policies of corporations; for an increasing number of investors these factors may be significant in their investment (or divestment) decision-making.

There is dramatically rising interest in corporate sector greening as well among important stakeholders – employees (and prospective employees), suppliers, business partners, customers, lenders, regulators, and others.  One of the key questions raised by stakeholders is:  Is this [greening] initiative by the company substantive or is it just PR?  The answers matter!  In this section of Accountability Central the editors bring you news, research and insights, commentary and opinion, and identify key players and stakeholders to help you understand better the greening of corporations and the business sector.

News & Updates

April 11, 2018 NYU Turns to Community in Effort to Make Campus Greener

Source: Washington Square News

The Office of Sustainability has launched a new online forum for students to share their ideas on how to make NYU’s New York Campus one of the greener.

April 2, 2018 Falling renewables costs are chilling news for fossil fuel industries - BNEF

Source: Steel News

The "spectacular" ongoing cost reduction of renewables technologies such as wind, solar and batteries is threatening the dominance of fossil fuels in the global energy mix, a new analysis by Bloomberg New Energy Finance suggests....

April 2, 2018 Union Of Concerned Scientists: Electric Car Can Save Average Driver $770 A Year

Source: CleanTechnica

This EV story about the Union of Concerned Scientists Study was first published by Gas2. The Union of Concerned Scientists has released a new study that finds it is cheaper to drive an EV than a conventional car — about...

Research & Insights

November 6, 2017 Top 10 countries most attractive to renewable energy

Source: China Daily

China continues to be the world's most favorable market for renewable energy development and investment, according to a new study.

October 19, 2017 Regreening the Planet Could Impact Carbon Levels as Much as Ending Oil Use

Source: Futurism.com

A new study suggests that a concerted effort at regreening the planet could be just as impactful as completely ending our reliance on oil as a source of fuel. This natural climate solution would include such initiatives as...

July 12, 2017 Who's Searching for Electric Cars? Take a Look at the Trends

Source: Save on Energy

For more than a decade, electric cars have been slowly growing in popularity throughout the United States. As prices continue to fall and the state and federal governments continue to provide incentives in the form of tax breaks,...

Commentary & Opinion

July 31, 2017 Swapping cars for bikes, not diesel for electric, is the best route to clean air

Source: The Guardian

he government’s air quality plan may make our air more breathable in the long run but it fails to tackle some of the biggest issues facing cities and towns in the UK, and more people on bikes are a huge part of the answer.

October 14, 2016 Too Many Energy Discussions Ignore Prices

Source: Forbes

Far too often, articles about energy policy fail to mention prices. Not only do many renewable energy advocates ignore the question, but it sometimes seems as if prices for the output from large scale wind and solar...

October 13, 2016 US energy emissions fall to 25-year low

Source: Climate Change News

Mild weather, booming renewable energy and massive declines in coal consumption contribute to falling greenhouse gas pollution


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