Roger Ballentine and Adam Pener photo: shutterstock/DutchScenery Maybe it’s time for corporate sustainability to get a bit more boring. Rightfully so, bold commitments by leading companies to 100 percent renewable energy or zero waste garner headlines. But the durability (or perhaps the sustainability) of sustainability comes from business practices that reduce environmental impacts while saving […]
Utility Dive recently quoted Roger on the growing trend of large corporate consumers demanding sustainable electricity choices. Read more on how Puget Sound and Omaha have tackled the latest wave of green tariff negotiations.
Green Strategies worked with Change the Pallet to write this blog post for ICLEI USA on how cities can make significant reductions in transportation emissions by directing suppliers to ship on sustainable, lightweight corrugated pallets. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2phWwei
“The cycle of disruptive energy is accelerating, says Roger Ballentine of Green Strategies. The barbarians are coming, but they’re not always who you might think.” Read more at: The Barbarians are at the Gate. Please Show them In.