As Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) has been increasingly adopted as an analytical tool by corporations, organizations, and public agencies, there’s been a parallel rise in research into how LCA is done and how its utility for sustainability assessment and decision-making can be improved.
With ever-increasing interest in sustainability, companies serving both consumer and B-to-B markets often find it beneficial to highlight an attribute of a product, process, or piece of packaging that sounds good from a sustainability perspective.
We’re tremendously proud of Nathan and his accomplishment, and as part of our congratulations, asked him a few questions about his experience and how he sees it influencing his work going forward.
Recent Black Lives Matter protests and the disproportionate impact of the coronavirus pandemic on minority populations have heightened societal awareness of systemic inequalities.
Organizations seeking to reduce their environmental impact typically implement a range of different actions. They may focus on reducing emissions from employee commuting by encouraging carpooling, cycling, or (depending on pandemic conditions) use of public transportation or working from home.
Dr. Claire A. Nelson, the newest member of EarthShift Global’s Technical Advisory Board, spent three decades with the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), a Washington, DC-based financial institution that lends to 26 member countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Literally translated, ikebana can mean “giving life to flowers.” But it is far more than that.
The Covid-19 pandemic is giving us all a good lesson in the importance of contributing to one’s community.
Many of you know that my journey into sustainability started with an environmental illness. Some of you know that, after 15 years of apparently being cured, I am now beset with an autoimmune disease.