Over the past few years, the global sustainability movement has influenced how corporations are looking at their energy spend and taking steps to lower their carbon footprint.
Veolia, along with its partners The Water Council and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, just launched a nationwide competition to highlight social innovations focused on sustainable solutions to water issues.
The shift to the circular economy requires companies to rethink more than just their use of renewable energy, toxic chemicals, and resource footprint to capitalize on the benefits the circular economy offers.
[Editor's Note: In partnership with Ecova, we are hosting a business-only delegation tour to Seattle on November 9-10 to explore cutting-edge solutions to eradicate waste using a circular economy model.
Recently, I had the opportunity to chat with Andrew Singer, Vice President, National Accounts, Constellation. Constellation works with companies to help them meet their sustainability goals, applying their expertise to help create a more sustainable world.
American companies understand that strengthening individuals, communities, and ecosystems around the globe is good for business.