Why London’s green Olympics might be outpaced in 2016

Why London’s green Olympics might be outpaced in 2016

Editor’s Note: To learn more about the role of technology systems in developing campuses and cities, check out VERGE@Greenbuild, November 12-13, in San Francisco.

Planners in London set out to create “the world’s first truly sustainable Olympic and Paralympic Games,” and it is shaping up as the greenest Olympics ever — at least until 2016, when Olympic host city Rio de Janeiro hopes to take the gold medal for being green. Sigue leyendo

Coca-Cola Uses Energy Efficiency to Earn Best Carbon Trust Score

Coca-Cola Uses Energy Efficiency to Earn Best Carbon Trust Score

In the run-up to COP17, kicking off in two weeks in South Africa, a number of organizations have been taking the pulse of just how well progress is being made in large-scale reductions of carbon emissions and other impacts.

The Carbon Disclosure Project today released its latest Water Disclosure Project findings, PwC justtook stock of airlines’ transparency, and the Carbon War Room is preparing to announce the winners of its second Gigaton Awards. Sigue leyendo