Volkswagen announced its new strategy for electric mobility. Knowing electric is not always clean, the company has decisions to make regarding its battery supply chain.
Sleigh bells ring, are you listening… Every holiday season, millions of avid skiers and snowboarders eagerly await the start of their favorite winter pastime. As ski resorts prepare for opening weekend, the anticipation for the thrill of laying the first […]
What’s the Beef? Chipotle proudly boasts a unique customer promise: locally sourced, non-GMO, antibiotic-free ingredients wherever possible to fuel a radically simple, affordable menu. This claim’s emotional resonance and the carefully choreographed supply chain which make it possible have […]
The luxury multi-national is sporting sustainability, and their products depend on it.
Climate change will disrupt coffee production across the world… can Starbucks survive?
Climate change is threatening to disrupt the global wine industry supply map. How will wine producers evolve?
The Climate Change Concern for PepsiCo Climate change will have a negative impact on PepsiCo’s value chain in two large ways: the impact of higher temperatures and flooding on agricultural yield and a dwindling fresh water supply. First, climate change […]
Can oil and gas companies adapt their ways of working to the pressure resulting from climate change? Norway’s Statoil thinks the answer is yes!
Fossil-fuel powered mechanized agriculture has led to rapid growth in the food supply and staved off human starvation for over 200 years. Today, climate change, caused by those very fossil fuels, is leading to undernourishment in vulnerable populations. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations is fighting this trend.
Rio Tinto, the second largest diversified mining company in the world, combats different types of climate change risks across its geographically diverse global footprint.