Posted tagged ‘corporate carbon emissions’

Defending the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) In New Hampshire

April 20, 2012

Clean Air-Cool Planet offered the following testimony before the New Hampshire Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on April 19, 2012.  Testimony before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on HB 1490 - relative to New Hampshire’s regional greenhouse gas initiative cap and trade program for controlling carbon dioxide emissions. April 19, 2012 Roger Stephenson, Clean Air-Cool Planet, 100 Market Street [...]

Helping “The Heartbeat” with an Environmental GPS

November 18, 2010

By Bob Sheppard, CFO and Vice President, Corporate Program One of the things that first attracted me to Clean Air-Cool Planet a decade ago when there were but two employees on the payroll, was the opportunity to work collaboratively with corporate leaders, helping CEOs manage risk. This was an organization whose sole focus is climate [...]

The Future of Carbon “Food-Printing” Begins with Beer!

August 2, 2010

By Julie Munro Climate Fellow, Clean Air-Cool Planet   Julie Munro is working with Claire Roby in Oklahoma on Charting Emissions from Food Services (CHEFS) and Greening Tulsa. A new graduate of American University in Washington, D.C., she was “very active in campaigning for campus sustainability and I helped to establish a community garden, farmers’ [...]

Starting a national conversation – about food!

July 2, 2010

By Julie Munro Climate Fellow, Clean Air-Cool Planet     Julie Munro is working with Claire Roby in Oklahoma on Charting Emissions from Food Services (CHEFS) and Greening Tulsa. A new graduate of American University in Washington, D.C., she was “very active in campaigning for campus sustainability and I helped to establish a community garden, [...]

Conference Board Conference show businesses still keeping the cutting edge on carbon

June 28, 2010

  By Bob Sheppard CFO and Vice President of the Corporate Program, Clean Air-Cool Planet Forward-looking businesses understand that the world is changing and they need to work hard to stay ahead of the curve embracing innovative solutions and tapping into exciting opportunities as they develop. That was the take-away from the recent Corporate Citizenship [...]

American EcoThermal: Improving the Home and Business Carbon Footprint

February 17, 2010

By John Frodyma, Director of Commercial Development American EcoThermal, Inc. I am really excited about participating in the Green Entrepreneurship webinar on Feb 24th.  My talk is going to be all about math and finance, and incentives.  We’re going to talk about tax credits and rebates, accelerated depreciation schedules, and internal rate of return (IRR).  [...]

Support action on climate change policy: Business will benefit

February 2, 2010

By Bob Sheppard, CFO and VP of the Business Program, Clean Air-Cool Planet While there is a great deal of flux in current discussions of federal climate policy, one thing is clear: the interests of businesses demand that businesses be heard. Here’s why the business community should favor action now on climate: The business as [...]

Mohawk Fine Papers Leaves U.S. Chamber Over Climate Policies

November 10, 2009

by George Milner Senior VP – Energy, Environmental, and Government  Affairs, Mohawk Fine Papers There is growing media attention to the number of corporations quitting the U.S. Chamber of Commerce over the group’s stand on climate change. Our company recently made the decision to terminate our membership because we felt the organization was taking an [...]

Business meets Washington, D.C., meets carbon

June 16, 2009

By Bob Sheppard, COO and Manager of the Corporate Program, Clean Air-Cool Planet When Clean Air-Cool Planet came into being the concept of businesses working to reduce their firms’ greenhouse gas emissions was still in the embryonic stages. In those days meetings with corporate executives frequently meant watching their eyes roll back, fidgeting in their [...]


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