Supplier News

  1. Alliance To End Plastic Waste Joins Project STOP To Help Tackle Plastic Waste In The Environment In Indonesia
    9/23/2019

    The Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW) today announced a partnership with Project STOP to further scale up the development of more sustainable and circular waste management systems in Indonesia

  2. Clean Air Fund Launched To Address Global Air Pollution Crisis
    9/23/2019

    The Clean Air Fund, a new philanthropic initiative, has launched to address the global outdoor air pollution crisis that is responsible for 4.2 million deaths worldwide – more deaths than from malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/Aids combined

  3. Nokia Steps Up Commitments To Limit Global Warming To 1.5°C
    9/23/2019

    Rajeev Suri, President and CEO of Nokia, recently announces the company’s commitment to reset its science-based emission reduction targets in line with the goal to limit average rises in temperatures to 1.5°C

  4. World Water Quality Alliance Launched To Tackle Global Water Crisis
    9/23/2019

    With growing concern about the worsening global freshwater crisis, UN agencies, research institutions and space agencies this week launched the World Water Quality Alliance, which brings together a wide range of expertise in fields of water quality science, technology innovation, governance and diplomacy to seek solutions

  5. EPA And Ohio Propose Steubenville Area Now Meets Federal Air Quality Standard For Sulfur Dioxide
    9/20/2019

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Ohio EPA announced their proposal to formally redesignate the Ohio portion of the Steubenville area to attainment of the most recent federal air quality standard for sulfur dioxide

  6. Duke Energy Will Seek To Renew Nuclear Plant Licenses To Support Its Carbon Reduction Goals
    9/19/2019

    Duke Energy (NYSE: DUK) announced today it will seek to renew the operating licenses of the 11 reactors it operates at six nuclear stations in the Carolinas for an additional 20 years

  7. Descartes Labs Launches Initiative To Monitor And Manage Methane Data Across The Permian Basin In Support Of New Mexico Governor’s Sustainability Goals
    9/19/2019

    The 2030 Governor’s Energy and Environmental Technology Summit - As part of the New Mexico Governor’s 2030 Summit, Descartes Labs announced today the development of a methane-detection model designed to help New Mexico better monitor harmful emissions as a means of implementing a strategic mitigation policy

  8. Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Offers Lower-Carbon Option For Natural Gas Utilities
    9/18/2019

    An interconnection guidance document released this week outlines the ways that renewable natural gas (RNG) can be effectively incorporated into local natural gas systems – to reduce carbon emissions, support local economic development, and utilize local supply resources

  9. Heating Oil Industry Commits To Net-Zero Emissions By 2050
    9/18/2019

    The Northeast's heating oil industry has resolved to achieve net-zero carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2050

  10. Charlotte Water Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions With Renewable Diesel
    9/17/2019

    Charlotte Water, the largest public water and wastewater utility in the Southeast, is expanding its commitment to environmental sustainability with a pilot project to run dozens of its vehicles on cleaner-burning renewable diesel produced by Renewable Energy Group (REG)