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3Degrees Congratulates Green Power Leadership Award-Winning ClientsPerspective
San Francisco — September 23, 2013 — Today several of our clients were honored with 2013 Green Power Leadership Awards by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. We applaud their efforts and thank them for choosing to partner with 3Degrees.Share this post:
3Degrees Awarded Sixth Green Power Supplier of the Year AwardPress Release
San Francisco — September 23, 2013 — 3Degrees announced today that it received a 2013 Green Power Supplier of the Year Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The annual awards recognize the country’s leading green power suppliers for their commitment and contribution to helping advance the development of the nation’s voluntary green power market. EPA presented the award to 3Degrees at an event held in conjunction with the 2013 Renewable Energy Markets Conference in Austin, Texas, on September 23, 2013.Share this post:
The Best Businesses for Workers, and the Perks They Offer3Degrees In The News
Every year, B Lab—the Pennsylviania organization behind the quickly growing B Corp certification program—releases a list of the best businesses for the world, based on how well they score in B Lab's impact assessment tool. Only the top 10% of businesses that qualify for B Corp certification are chosen.
Since 2007, companies that want to make money and still do good in the world have had the opportunity to become Certified B Corporations, a status that indicates they have met a rigorous set of standards laid out by B Lab.
The assessment examines performance in three main categories: environment, workers, and community. In the last few week, B Lab has been releasing individual lists of the top performers in each category, and this week comes the 79 companies that made the "Best for the Workers List." (All listed also meet B Corp's basic environmental and community standards.) Here are some of the top scorers...Share this post:
Insufficient Funds: Nature's Budget Exhausted for the YearPerspective
On August 20th we hit Earth Overshoot Day, the approximate date humanity’s demand on nature exceeded what Earth could renew in a year. Nowhere is our overspending more evident than in the impacts of climate change.Share this post: