In Indonesia illegal logging and forest degradation destroy nearly 1 million hectares of forest each year, endangering indigenous species, threatening livelihoods, and contributing to harmful greenhouse gas emissions.
The Katingan Project was created in 2008, as a multi-party collaborative effort to reduce tropical forest degradation in the district of Katingan in the Indonesian part of Borneo.
The Empire State Building announced today that its energy efficiency program is saving $2.3 million for the second year in a row – beyond expectations.Read More about Retrofitting the World's Most Iconic Office Building
At 6,500 miles, Los Angeles has the largest network of streets and roads and the second largest number of street lights – 210,000 – to light the way. In 2009, the City of Los Angeles teamed up with the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) to find out how much those lights were costing the City - and our climate.Read More about Greening Our Planet, One Bulb at a Time
There are more than 900,000 buildings in New York City alone. These structures, both historic and contemporary, literally define a city like New York. Landmarks like the Empire State Building...Read More about How the Empire State Building is Redefining Sustainability and Supporting the Economy In New York City
Four years ago, L’Oréal, renewed a commitment to adopt a model of sustainable development that was good for the environment, good for people, and good for business. L’Oréal developed a 10-year plan to reduce its environmental impact...Read More about Case Study: HEAL Works with L’Oreal to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions