There are two kinds of greenwashing—the kind that’s mostly used to mislead consumers and the kind that’s mostly used to fool investors (and regulators). Here's how you can identify and avoid greenwashing companies: https://hubs.ly/H0XnnND0
Iceland recently turned on the world's biggest machine, which is capable of sucking 4,000 tonnes of carbon out of the air every year. The captured carbon is injected into the ground to be mineralized. via @guardian: https://hubs.ly/H0Xk3CW0
Bitvore, the leading provider of AI-driven intelligence for third-party risk management, today announced availability of a new Cellenus Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) dataset targeting the municipal bond market.
"The @shippingics, which represents more than 80% of the world’s merchant fleet, submitted a plan to the industry’s global regulator for a charge on carbon dioxide emitted by vessels." via @BloombergQuint:
"The @WhiteHouse on Thursday said it is targeting 20% lower #aviation emissions by 2030, as airlines facing pressure to lower their carbon footprint promised to use more sustainable aviation fuel." via @CNBC: https://hubs.ly/H0X3QdQ0