Our friends at Environmental Leader have recently released their Q2 2011 Environmental & Energy Data Book. Here’s how they describe the document on their website:
The book supplies busy executives and research teams with a collection of charts presenting environmental, sustainability and energy-related data on a quarterly basis. Our goal is to make the job of gathering essential information and metrics a bit easier for corporate decision-makers.
Data topics include Energy, Facilities, Sustainability & Strategy, Management Systems & Reporting, Carbon Costs & Markets, Marketing & Public Opinion, Transportation & Supply Chain, Emissions and Waste & Recycling.
Here’s a link to the download form. Enjoy!
Hi all – this is from Stephen Jannise, who writes a blog on the software industry. He is hosting a survey on how a vendor”s efforts to go green can influence corporate purchasing decisions.
This survey coincides with an article he has written about five companies that are greening their supply chains. In the article, he discusses the efforts of IBM, Whole Foods, Wal-Mart, Patagonia, and Pepsi to reduce their respective impacts on the environment. He also asks whether they should be doing more, what are the real motivations behind a greener supply chain, and whether consumers are aware of these efforts.
Please click here to visit his survey as well as read his article.