Earlier this month, Enviance, in partnership with GreenBiz Group and Qualtrics, invited students and staff of the recently announced “Sustainable Sixteen” schools to submit supplementary materials demonstrating why their school deserves to advance to the next round of Enviance’s Second Annual Environmental March Madness (#EnviroU) Tournament.
Now that EUEC 2013 has wrapped, we wanted to share with you some revealing feedback from the show
floor. We surveyed the environmental professionals at the show about how regulation and sustainability issues are affecting their companies and organizations – and wound up with some surprising results.
We’re proud to announce the call for entries has opened for our second annual Environmental
March Madness (#EnviroU) tournament! The tournament is designed to recognize colleges and universities that are making sustainability a priority in the classroom and on campus.
For most companies, legacy systems for reporting on environmental impact can be cumbersome, slow, and error-ridden. Moving to an electronic reporting system can mitigate these issues, but that transition is a significant and daunting task, and with requirements and reporting systems differing drastically on a state by state basis, it can be difficult to glean best practices and standards.
Today, 175 countries around the world join Enviance in celebrating the 42nd annual Earth Day, a holiday that has helped garner support for pieces of environmental legislation like the Clean Water Act and Clean Air Act.
It was great to see those of you who were able to make it out to the EUEC conference in Phoenix this week. As you may have noticed, we conducted an environmental survey addressing controversial topics ranging from readiness to report carbon emissions to reactions about cap and trade regulation.
If you are visiting our blog, you are probably well aware of the existing and ever changing environmental regulations companies from all sizes and verticals need to comply with nowadays. You are probably also aware that many companies are still failing to understand the importance in determining their environmental impact to their corporate value and cost to operations. Left uncalculated and ignored, these risks place a company in jeopardy of extreme financial loss and devaluation.