Economy & Business

"California Law Tests Company Responses to Carbon Costs"

"LOS BANOS, Calif. — The Morning Star Company’s three plants in California emit roughly 200,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere each year — about the same amount as the Pacific Island nation of Palau — as they turn tomatoes into ketchup, spaghetti sauce and juice used by millions of consumers around the world."

Source: NY Times, 12/26/2012

"Power Company Loses Some of Its Appetite for Coal"

"WASHINGTON — Coal took another serious hit Wednesday — in the heart of coal country. American Electric Power, or A.E.P., the nation’s biggest consumer of coal, announced that it would shut its coal-burning boilers at the Big Sandy electric power plant near Louisa, Ky., a 1,100-megawatt facility that since the early 1960s has been burning coal that was mined locally."

Source: NY Times, 12/20/2012
April 22, 2013 to April 24, 2013

Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) 2013

Organized by the World Ocean Council (WOC), the Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) is a unique global platform in Washington, DC, for the international ocean business community to advance leadership and collaboration in developing industry-driven solutions to ocean sustainability challenges. “Oceans 2050 – The Ocean Business Community and Sustainable Seas” is the theme for SOS 2013.

"Too Big to Flood? Megacities Face Future of Major Storm Risk"

"As economic activity and populations continue to expand in coastal urban areas, particularly in Asia, hundreds of trillions of dollars of infrastructure, industrial and office buildings, and homes are increasingly at risk from intensifying storms and rising sea levels."

Source: YaleE360, 12/18/2012

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