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White Paper Published By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 02, 2016
Read this editorial to learn about the challenges and opportunities ahead for energy companies, and find out how utilities can use analytics to improve satisfaction by gaining insight into consumption and billing patterns—as well as the products and services that interest customers most.
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ibm, analytics, energy, utilities, customer experience
    
IBM
White Paper Published By: Lucid     Published Date: Oct 23, 2016
In this eBook Lucid and Urjanet define 8 essential steps to centralizing building data so you can discover new insights and implement changes that drive results. We believe the heart of intelligent buildings is data. Let us show you how to discover it and utilize it for success.
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carbon finance, carbon management, data centers, ehs, energy procurement
    
Lucid
White Paper Published By: I.H.S.     Published Date: Nov 06, 2015
Since its first publication in 2003, over 50 distinct countries have adopted the Globally Harmonized System (GHS). Most recently in the United States, OSHA has adopted GHS making the first significant change to its Hazard Communication Standard in nearly 30 years. As the GHS wave continues and more countries adopt it, one thing has become clear: each implementation has its own unique flavor. Companies are therefore challenged with understanding the nuances and implications. What is truly harmonized? What is different? What are the implications for my Safety Data Sheets and Labels? The following series of Questions and Answers compiled by IHS experts aims to provide some pragmatic guidance on some of the most important aspects of GHS variations and common issues around the globe.
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ehs, policy and law, reporting, supply chain, sustainability
    
I.H.S.
White Paper Published By: University of Colorado Boulder     Published Date: Jul 23, 2014
This guide details the ways in which the University of Colorado-Boulder’s online sustainability management non-credit certificate programs can help you learn how to evaluate, plan, enact, and gain support for green practices in your organization. It also explores the increasing demand for sustainability professionals and their essential job functions.
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sustainability careers, hidden employment potential, boulder, colorado, university of colorado
    
University of Colorado Boulder
White Paper Published By: Measurabl     Published Date: Sep 18, 2014
The annual survey conducted by the Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark (GRESB) has emerged as the de facto standard for how the commercial real estate industry discloses sustainability performance. This paper will explore the demand for benchmarks like GRESB, how they affect the commercial real estate industry, and what stakeholders can expect in the near future.
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sustainability report, real estate, policy and law, reporting, sustainability
    
Measurabl
White Paper Published By: Edison Energy     Published Date: Jul 13, 2016
Edison Energy recently published the results of its market insights study "The New Energy Future - Challenges and Opportunities in Corporate Energy Management". This research highlights the challenges facing large energy users, including increasing complexity and cost, greater volatility, rapidly evolving technology choices and increasing environmental concerns. This white paper provides insights into how large users of energy should be thinking about the changing role of energy use throughout their enterprises and how to prepare their organizations for an energy future that offers more choices and opportunities for lowering costs while meeting reliability and sustainability goals.
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carbon finance, carbon management, data centers, ehs, energy procurement
    
Edison Energy
White Paper Published By: LRQA     Published Date: Apr 27, 2016
Developed with the input from over 200 representatives from over 23 countries, the new Scope 2 Guidance standardizes how corporations measure emissions from purchased or acquired electricity, steam, heat, and cooling (called “scope 2 emissions”). This paper explains: · Changes for companies on reporting their GHG emissions · Direct versus indirect GHG emissions · Location-based and market-based emissions · Common mistakes to avoid
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carbon finance, carbon management, ehs, energy procurement, emissions
    
LRQA
White Paper Published By: Ecova     Published Date: Jan 30, 2016
The rapid maturation of the waste management industry has created a considerable opportunity for large enterprises and multi-site businesses to achieve significant bottom-line savings. In some cases, companies have even turned what was formerly a cost of doing business into a new revenue stream. Multi-site businesses have long been hamstrung by a waste management industry marked by geographic, service-level, and cost fragmentation. Many companies have left the responsibility of selecting and managing waste haulers to site managers. In addition to their existing responsibilities, these managers have been forced to select between a convoluted mix of major national, regional, and small local haulers, each with different pickup price schemes, rate increase schedules, recycling programs, service levels and reporting ability. The resulting site-to-site disparity has created an expensive management burden, often resulting in unchecked levels of service and costs. Click here to Download a PDF
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carbon finance, ehs, policy and law, recycling, reporting
    
Ecova
White Paper Published By: Sphera     Published Date: Oct 17, 2016
Leaders at large enterprises know that gathering and disseminating information about environmental, health, and safety performance can lead directly to improved financial performance. Smart companies use a standardized, enterprise-wide environmental management information system (EMIS) to manage their environmental and sustainability information. An EMIS helps them accurately set goals and track what is happening at every level of the organization in a timely manner. Putting an EMIS into place means looking ahead by as much as five, 10 or even 15 years. This report will help companies follow the steps that will increase their likelihood of success down the road.
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carbon finance, carbon management, data centers, ehs, energy procurement
    
Sphera
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