At the 2011 CGI Annual Meeting, Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the world had entered into a new "age of participation." Technological innovations–especially social media and other digital networks–are fueling this transformati
Donnel Baird, founder of BlocPower, shares how clean energy retrofits in community buildings in inner cities will not only lower energy costs, but decrease carbon emissions and create “green jobs” for unemployed workers.Read More about Securing the Clean Energy Futures of America's Inner Cities
The Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) Cities program works in an aligned partnership with the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group – a network of 59 large and engaged cities from around the world committed to implementing meaningful and sustainable climate-related policies and programs locally that will help address climate change globally. New York City released its first benchmarking...Read More about Analyzing New York City’s Energy Usage
The Clinton Climate Initiative has recently unveiled the Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) Small Business Model as a means of bringing its energy-based employee benefits to small companies in Arkansas. One such company is Powers of...Read More about CCI HEAL Small Business Program CEO Takes the Benefits of Retrofitting Into His Own Home
In Little Rock, Arkansas, the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) operates the Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) program, which helps local businesses and their employees reduce their energy use and related utility expenses. In July, Alan Hope, president and CEO of Powers of Arkansas, Inc., became the first...Read More about CCI HEAL Small Business Profile: Alan Hope, CEO, Powers of Arkansas, Inc.