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2021: Thinking Long Term, Acting Short Term

By Ryan Anderson Sustainability Strategy, Communications, and Outreach Specialist, CvCC 2020 proved that companies can no longer plan for global pandemics and climate change as unlikely or distant scenarios. Many companies accounted for a pandemic in their risk calculations, but less prepared for it across

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Laggards, Followers, and Leaders in the Climate Change Effort

By Diane Cherry, Sr Energy Consultant, CvCC Principal, Diane Cherry Consulting As 2021 gets started and we are on the cusp of a new Biden administration, our energy future will look decidedly different. President-elect Biden has broad authority to set energy policy through executive departments

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Agriculture and Innovation: A New Age of Agriculture

  By Natalie Kra Sustainable Agriculture Intern at Amata Green Food is ubiquitous; it connects people across the world, and it is something that each and every person on this planet depends upon. As our population continues to grow and exert deleterious pressure on our

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Ending Racial Inequality Could Add $5 Trillion to U.S. GDP

  By James Byrne ESG, Responsible Investing and Business Sustainability Content writer Citi Group recently published an eye-opening report on racial inequality in the U.S. The bank’s report, outlines four main racial gaps that confront many Black Americans: wages, education, housing and investment. Citi concludes

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