Embarking on a Greener Path: Three Steps for CIOs Beginning Their Sustainability Journey

By Jim Kalogiros, Vice President, Secure Power Canada Considering Canada’s commitment to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050—measuring, reporting, and managing a company’s sustainability performance is necessary to drive employee retention, enhance corporate reputation and contribute to business success. However, to track progress against the enterprise’s goals and determine where improvements can be made, Chief Sustainability Officers […]

Three Ways Corporate Leaders Can Step Up Climate Action 

by Adrian Thomas, Canada Country President, Schneider Electric We recognize the global signals of climate change: rising sea levels, extreme temperatures, wildfires and floods. With these impacts becoming more persistent, when will we collectively accept the current state of climate change is a crisis that we must resolve now?  Canada has pledged commitments to cut greenhouse gas […]

Modernizing Bottle Bills: Saving the Environment and the Economy

by Elizabeth Balkan, Director of Reloop North America The Northeast region is warming faster than global average temperatures. This means rising sea levels, rising temperatures, and danger not only to the environment but to longtime industries unique to the region such as its world-renown lobster trade. The region could achieve major environmental and economic benefits if it dealt more effectively with an […]