We are excited to share an updated agenda for Pathways to Impact, complete with speakers, facilitators and new pre-event activities. We'll hear from Tata Group, Coca-Cola, General Motors, Ingersoll Rand, Monsanto, Nasdaq, Deloitte, JP Morgan, Bloomberg, IBM and more! Partners from Impact 2030, ACCO, CDP, Corporate Eco Forum, and others will bring topical expertise related to employee engagement, ratings & rankings and the circular economy. And Yale University faculty
Andrew Mangan at Better Business, Better World: Mainstreaming the Circular Economy from Daniel Kietzer on Vimeo. US BCSD Executive Director Andy Mangan presented the Materials Marketplace platform at the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation's "Better Business, Better World: Mainstreaming the Circular Economy" event on May 16, 2016. Watch Andy's presentation in the recording above, courtesy of the USCCF. Andy makes a "call for action" at the end of
General Motors is turning its employees’ recycled water bottles into a new life: noise-reducing fabric insulation that covers the Chevrolet Equinox engine. The bottles – collected from five of its Michigan facilities – are also being turned into air filtration components and insulation in coats for the homeless community. Given its drive to zero waste, all of GM’s global facilities recycle their water bottles. However, the bottles collected at the five locations
Sandusky, Ohio - April 4, 2017: Ohio EPA Director Craig W. Butler today announced the launch of a new online platform that allows continuous reuse of products and materials that might otherwise be destined for disposal in landfills. Through the cloud-based Ohio Materials Marketplace, traditional and non-traditional industrial waste streams are matched with new product and revenue opportunities, ultimately enabling the culture shift to a circular, closed-loop economy. “With
Pilot Project Implemented In The US By 23 Leading Companies Reveals Promising Opportunities To Eliminate Industrial Waste
NEW REPORT DETAILS EARLY RESULTS AND OUTLINES A PATH FORWARD FOR A NATIONAL-SCALE MATERIALS MARKETPLACE Today, the U.S. Business Council for Sustainable Development (US BCSD), Corporate Eco Forum (CEF) and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) announced the results of a groundbreaking company-led “waste-matching” initiative. The project sought to assess the feasibility of a national “Materials Marketplace” to match traditional and non-traditional industrial waste streams with new
The pilot project report launch for the US Materials Marketplace was featured in GreenBiz today. Click here to read the full article.