The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation today announced a new initiative to help realize a more sustainable future for plastics. Funded by Brian Sheth and Adria Sheth’s Sangreal Foundation, the initiative will identify opportunities to reduce the environmental footprint of plastics, while helping businesses make their plastics value chain more sustainable.
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Launched at the World Economic Forum in Davos in 2018, the Coalition aims to help companies in the capital equipment sector transition to a circular
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NRG Energy, Inc. is an integrated power company, dual headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey and Houston, Texas. NRG brings the power of energy to its customers by producing and selling electricity and related products and services in competitive markets in the U.S.
Our business sits at the intersection of disruptive trends – rapid urbanization, e-commerce growth and technological innovation – that are fundamentally shifting markets and everyday life.
Region can cut carbon emissions by 120 million tons, according to new report from U.S. Chamber Foundation