Monthly Archives: September 2016

How To Evolve Your Sustainability Reporting Process

Reporting sustainability metrics is becoming a widely accepted practice. Regulatory agencies are requiring the reporting of EHS performance data, and more customers, partners, investors, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) than ever are requesting that same data. There are numerous benefits to having all the information about metrics in hand. Companies that have consistent, comprehensive data demonstrate […]

Big Banks are Going Green, Environmentally Speaking

The Bank of America says it has plans to be carbon neutral. To do that, it says that it will work to reduce location-based greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent, energy use by 40 percent, and water use by 45 percent in its operations across the globe by 2020. In addition, Bank of America says […]

Energy Efficiency in Hospitals

Introduction Energy consumption in hospitals is witnessed in bulk as they are the centers that operate continuously without fail. Hospitals consume energy in various ways to provide different services. With such large energy consumption background, they are the centers possessing great potential for energy savings. An estimate is made that countries like Germany and Netherlands […]