Ceres - Mobilizing Business Leadership for a Sustainable World
06/21/2016: Statement from Ceres President Mindy Lubber in response to PG&E’s proposal to retire the Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant at the end of its current licenses and replace the plant’s output with a combination of zero-carbon resources, including energy efficiency, renewable energy and energy storage.
06/21/2016: The transportation sector is now the biggest contributor to US carbon dioxide emissions, beating the power sector, which has long-held that dubious distinction since 1979, according to the US Energy Information Agency (EIA).
05/31/2016: At a congressional briefing, executives from Ben & Jerry’s, Clif Bar, Kellogg Company, Mars Incorporated, PepsiCo, Stonyfield and Unilever discussed how climate change is disrupting global food supplies and their own supply chains.
Ceres Blogs and Columns
06/24/2016: Coca-Cola is backing efforts to help restore key watersheds in southern California, signaling a new era in corporate water stewardship, writes Kirsten James, who oversees the California policy program at Ceres.
06/08/2016: The signing of the Paris Agreement has provided a fresh boost of momentum to the Ceres Clean Trillion campaign. Investors are now positioning themselves to capture the opportunities of the low-carbon, clean energy future, and manage the risks of continued reliance on high-carbon energy resources such as coal, oil and gas.
06/06/2016: Annual general meetings are usually a time for reflecting on strategies to increase revenues for the coming year, global energy outlooks, and governance. But last week’s meetings at ExxonMobil and Chevron were different. They represented a watershed moment in combating the threats posed by climate change.