Why Companies Are Buying Renewable Energy

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Corporate organizations are among the biggest buyers of renewable energy. According to PricewaterhouseCoopers’ June 2016 survey, an estimated 72 percent of companies are actively buying renewable energy. The survey also found that around 63 percent of companies “have become more inclined to purchase in the last six months.” Approximately 85 percent of companies that made a previous acquisition planned to increase their renewable energy purchases in the following 18 months.

How Companies Can Ensure Responsible Sourcing

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‘Responsible sourcing’ refers to companies’ commitment to promote ethical standards and social responsibility when dealing with suppliers. When a product or service is considered responsibly sourced, it means that it was manufactured with attention to health and safety, human rights, and ethical and environmental principles. For instance, it is expected that the workers who manufacture a responsibly sourced product have been working under fair labor practices, and that the product was not made from conflict resources (natural resources that fund violence and armed conflict).

Case Studies in Water Sustainability

Water sustainability is vital. Water is essential for the production and maintenance of almost everything that people produce and consume, from food to machinery. Modern industries, though, tend to observe water-intensive production processes. For instance, producing a kilogram of cotton—the world’s primary clothing material—requires 7,000-29,000 liters of water.

ADEC Innovations is Your Partner for Better CDP Performance

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CDP performance is one of the key indicators of a sustainable business, helping calculate the impact companies have on climate change. Investors and customers consider a business’ CDP performance to be one piece of concrete proof of its sustainability.

Why Should Companies Voluntarily Participate in Carbon Cap and Trade?

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Voluntary participation in carbon cap and trade is one of those things that is worthwhile to do even though not everyone is doing it, and it does require some effort. There are direct and indirect financial rewards for companies that do so. Ontario’s cap and trade program was implemented July 1, 2016.

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