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10 questions on EVs for the CEO of Portland General Electric

A little over two years ago, Maria Pope took the helm of Oregon utility Portland General Electric, which provides electricity services to close to 900,000 customers across the state.

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6 ways companies can be a ‘force for good’ in their supply chains

“We were forced to work around the clock. We never saw land. They beat us. Whipped us. The company hunted us day and night,” intone Burmese workers in Continue reading 6 ways companies can be a ‘force for good’ in their supply chains

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Can we protect nature by giving it legal rights?

A great blue heron walks slowly on long legs. A loud splash just might signal the presence of an endangered lake sturgeon.

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New York City is using its fleets to fight air pollution

New York City operates over 30,000 city-owned vehicles, the largest municipal fleet in the country.

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Los Angeles city-owned buildings to go 100% carbon free

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti committed all new or substantially rehabilitated buildings owned by the city of Los Angeles to be 100 percent carbon free — and to use less carbon-intensive buildi

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How to make ending factory farming irresistible, delicious and lucrative

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Episode 208: Levi Strauss and corporate philanthropy, how to talk to CFOs

Week in Review

Commentary on this week’s news highlights begins at 4:45.

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