Climate positive, carbon neutral, carbon negative: What do they mean?

A quick guide to understanding popular sustainability jargon. In the same week that the state of Hawaii announced it intends to be carbon neutral by 2045, the Swedish restaurant chain Max Burger introduced what it claims to be the first-ever “climate-positive” burger–which just as accurately, could be described as “carbon negative.” You would be forgiven,…

LEGO Now Runs on 100% Clean Energy — Getting Rid of Plastic Is Next

With 100% clean energy, an attempt to avoid oil-based plastic, and a campaign on climate action, it seems the brand is staying true to its motto: building a better tomorrow Written by Meghan Werft and published in Global Citizen the 17th of 2017 Danish toymaker LEGO announced Wednesday that they are three years ahead of schedule on their…

Why Salesforce Cleaned Up Its Carbon Footprint 33 Years Sooner Than Promised

The company pledged to offset all its emissions by 2050. Turns out it was easier than anticipated. Article written by BEN PAYNTER and published in FastCompany the 2nd of May 2017 Along with the nifty products and services that companies love to tout as their main output, what most businesses are really great at is generating greenhouse gasses…