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What does it take to green transit? Changing culture is the hardest part, says a leading innovator.
Activist pressure led to a new direction for Europe's PVC industry.
When AGL Energy shifted from coal to renewables, politicians attacked. Here's why firms must engage stakeholders in high-stakes environmental decisions.
By the nature of its business, Canadian insurer, The Co-operators, is acutely aware of climate change impacts. Here's how it helps communities prepare.
The Chilean city of Antofagasta is using participatory design to work with companies and government to create a community people want to live in.
Mining firms, government, and the Chilean community of Calama collaborate to develop a sustainable urban development plan.
Accountants are more than bean counters. At Horizon Utilities, they are leaders on climate change adaptation.
Accountants play a core role in climate change adaptation. They provide analysis to underpin key decisions, adding substance to sustainability discussions.
At TransLink, finance is responsible for sustainability. Sustainability efforts such as climate change adaptation are embedded throughout the organization.
Learn how Frontiers North Adventures, a Canadian travel company, identified the risks and looked for opportunities in the face of climate change.
This Canadian travel company has a two-part climate change adaptation strategy: (1) operational optimization and (2) identification of future opportunities.
Boundaries of the mega-city have come and gone, but Montreal's sustainable community plan (SCP) prompted by the agglomeration demonstrates continuity.
Multi-sector partnerships can help solve complex sustainability issues. This one resolved a decades-long conflict in Canada’s Great Bear Rainforest.
Believing the environment was also a company responsibility, Stonemill Bakehouse president grew the company's own ingredients locally to cut emissions.
Learn how a paper manufacturer reduced GHG emissions by more than 40% – with a two-year payback period on its initiative.
Can companies build global supply chains that are competitive yet sustainable? Unilever, one of the world's leading suppliers of consumer goods, believed so.