Sustainability insights for companies, financial institutions, regulators and thought leaders.

The 2010 Green Rankings reveal how greenhouse gas emissions and water use contribute an average of 70% of the total environmental impact of companies.

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US and global companies are driving environmental innovation and efficiency changes, rather than waiting for Government to act.

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A Trucost study for PRI and UNEP found that the environmental damage caused by some of the world's largest companies costs the global economy more than $2 trillion worldwide.

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New clean-fuel economics have the potential to see off the old fossil fuel economy - if given a chance.

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Trucost explains why a hybrid approach of input output modeling and life cycle analysis provides the best of both worlds when it comes to measuring supply chain emissions.

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Local authorities to be made responsible for emissions from schools under the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC).

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Why? Because the world, countries and regions have failed to achieve a target to reduce the rate of biodiversity loss by 2010, the International Year of Biodiversity. In fact, we are losing biodiversity faster than ever before. Angela Cropper of the UN Environment Programme highlighted a major barrier to progress at the first Global Business of Biodiversity Symposium on Tuesday:

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Paul Druckman, chairman of executive board at The Prince's Accounting for Sustainability Project, comments on what makes a good sustainability report.

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Trucost advises investors to relatively underweight companies which have larger environmental impacts per unit of output than the average for their sector.

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The addition of corporate identification would help to facilitate a greater understanding of the associated risks and opportunities posed on companies by climate change.

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Trucost data helps CalPERS measure and manage the environmental risk of their portfolios whilst still maintaining expected financial returns.

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UK Government pushes for corporate carbon disclosure to drive reduction among biggest UK companies.

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