Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer explores the collaboration between the National Geographic Society and The Climate Pledge to fund climate storytelling projects that address global climate change, with an emphasis on the power of storytelling to educate and inspire meaningful outcomes.
Futurum analyst Shelly Kramer explores news of the establishment of a new Office of Environmental Justice as part of the DOJ, with the goal of bringing attention to the disparate effects of climate change on marginalized communities and the imperative to find effective solutions.
Futurum analysts Todd R. Weiss and Shelly Kramer explore Honeywell’s latest moves to further its commitment to fight climate change by adopting broader sustainability and ESG goals, including getting help to continue to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at its facilities around the world.
Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss explores Amazon’s latest global sustainability effort — Alexa, grow a tree. Partnering with environmental charity One Tree Planted provides a clever and easy way for Amazon Alexa users to contribute $1 at a time to plant a critically-needed tree somewhere on the Earth.
Futurum principal analyst Shelly Kramer covers the announcement earlier this week by Amazon and Global Optimism that The Climate Pledge has added an additional 100 signatories and experienced a 600% growth over the last year alone.
Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer covers Amazon’s investments in two sustainable tech companies as part the latest round of funding from The Climate Pledge Fund, a $2 Billion venture capital fund dedicated to supporting promising green tech startups in a variety of industries. She also provides insights on how these investments will impact the climate change fight.
Futurum’s Daniel Newman weighs in on Amazon providing free access to Legal Entity Identifier dataset on the AWS Cloud to help businesses protect investments from climate-change related risks. As organizations the world over rush to embrace ESG efforts, or appear to embrace them, real accountability as it relates to ESG initiatives has been missing. That is what GLEIF and ASDI are looking to change with the Legal Entity Identifier dataset — and that’s a win-win all the way around.
There is understandable animosity between the traditional oil and gas industry and renewables, but a different approach is needed. Here’s why.