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Big Oil Carbon Pricing Disclosure a Diversion?

By Carol Pierson Holding   One of the more solid tenets of Big Oil dogma has always been that carbon pricing, whether a simple tax or a market-based cap-and-trade system, is terrible and conservatives must stand in unison against it. … Continue reading

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Assigning Corporate Blame for Global Warming Now Possible

By Carol Pierson Holding   Three recent headlines offer disturbing news to climate advocates. Together, they show catastrophic aggression from the fossil fuel producers.   First, Huffington Post reported on predictions from the International Energy Agency (IEA) that the U.S. … Continue reading

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Ikea’s UK Solar Is Boon For U.S. Brand

By Carol Pierson Holding   Ikea’s announcement that it would sell solar panel solutions in its UK stores was startling for any number of reasons. Ikea may be a leader in renewable energy for its own operations, with over half … Continue reading

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March Data Madness for CSRHub

By Bahar Gidwani   CSRHub recently extended the historic data available to its subscribers back to 2008.  Our users can now study the month to month change in sustainability performance for thousands of companies from December 2008 to the present. … Continue reading

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Apartheid a Model for Climate Change?

By Carol Pierson Holding   How many of us remember the “Crying Indian” from the early 70s? In that public service ad, a Native American (played by an Italian-American actor) canoes down a gorgeous stream, encountering floating trash, smokestacks and … Continue reading

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