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Corporate Knights released its 2023 Global 100 List, ranking the world’s most sustainable companies along 25 indicators, out of 6,000 public companies with revenues of over $1 billion. CEF Members in the Global 100 include: Schneider Electric (#7), Alphabet (#26), Ecolab (#30), Unilever (#38), HP (#39), Cisco (#48), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (#67), and Apple (#73). MORE » MORE 2 »
Participated in creating new guidance to advance the quantification and sharing of logistics emissions. Created in partnership with Smart Freight Centre, WBCSD, and dozens of companies, the guidance is designed to enable companies to better understand and track their logistics emissions on a granular operational level and to quantify the footprint of end-to-end logistics emissions, from supplier to final customer. MORE »
Announced a partnership for Qcells to supply Microsoft with more than 2.5 GW of solar panels and engineering, procurement, and construction services to selected solar projects Microsoft has contracted for through power purchase agreements. This will bring more renewable energy to the U.S. grid, while supporting the domestic supply chain, through Qcells’s investments in a complete U.S. solar supply chain. This alliance is the first time a company procuring energy is working directly with a solar supplier to adopt clean energy on a large scale. MORE»