Over the last few years Alaska Airlines has become the most profitable airline in the United States while simultaneously topping the charts in fuel sustainability and other environmental initiatives. Is what’s good for the environment what’s best for the bottom line? If so, why are other major carriers not following suit?
Animal agriculture is not only one of the biggest contributors to climate change, but also potentially one of its biggest victims.
Starbucks implements proactive climate change strategy both as contributor to and sufferer of global warming.
Climate change is poised to halve the arable land available to grow coffee by 2050; meanwhile, demand for coffee in the United States continues to grow rapidly. In 30 years, will Starbucks have enough coffee beans to meet demand? What actions is the company taking to mitigate supply risk and to help slow down the impact of climate change globally?
Trouble in energy paradise as Norway’s Statoil tries to balance sustainability and profitability in the face of climate change.
Copper is essential for developing countries. Copper mining also generates substantial amounts of greenhouse gas emissions. Is it fair for developing countries to tax carbon? This article will explore this question through Codelco, the world’s largest copper producer.
Tesla faces an operational challenge as ominous as the climate change it hopes to curtail. Will this influential electric car company innovate away from it's looming financial issues or be stomped out by big-auto?
Will consumers be able to 'taste the feeling' if The Coca-Cola Company cannot find freshwater? The company is in an interesting predicament as it figures out how to confront climate change, while also realizing that it can in some ways benefit from its harmful impact on our planet.
As climate change becomes an increasingly important problem, the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) has a significant role to play in both the hedging of agriculture prices and the trading of carbon emissions credits going forward.
When it comes to developing new technologies to meet upcoming emission regulations, there's a need for speed.