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I’m a Climate Reality Leader

By:  Jennifer Krischer Climate Reality and Al Gore At the end of August of this year, I had the opportunity to join the Climate Reality Project Corps Leadership Training at the Los Angeles Convention Center. What is the Climate Reality

What Obama’s Climate Change Plan Means for Business

President Obama’s speech last week represented a long-awaited and significant step forward for climate change policy in America. The three prongs of Obama’s Climate Change Plan: 1. Cut Carbon Pollution in America 2. Prepare the United States for Climate Change and 3.

Clean greens up our office complex

In late 2012, Clean undertook an effort to calculate the carbon footprint of our office complex – a modern, open-concept building at 99 Pasadena Ave in South Pasadena. Working in conjunction with building management, other tenants and maintenance workers, we

Using GIS to Improve Product-Level Carbon Footprinting

Two studies by Dr. Bob Vos, Clean Agency’s VP of Research and Adjunct Professor of Research in the Spatial Sciences Institute at the University of Southern California, postulate that integrating Geographic Information System (GIS) tools with product-level carbon footprinting efforts could

New article on Environmental Leader – Carbon Footprinting for Products: What Companies Should Know

Carbon Footprinting for products has become an evermore popular endeavor for consumer goods companies seeking to understand the impact of their products on the environment. As the practice has become more popular, new standards have been developed to guide product-level

Los Angeles opens its streets to cyclists for CicLAvia

Often when people think of Los Angeles they picture busy streets, gasoline fumes and honking cars. But for two days a year, downtown Los Angeles closes 6 miles of street to cars and opens it up to cyclists. For anyone

Liz Claiborne

Liz Claiborne

Liz Claiborne, Inc. engaged Clean Agency to conduct the company’s first U.S. carbon footprint, to measure Scope 1, 2 and 3 GHG emissions in accordance with the Greenhouse Gas Protocol. The engagement included project management of data gathering and development of

Global Green USA Unveils Los Angeles City Carbon Index; Clean Agency Supports Launch

LOS ANGELES (February 24, 2011) – Global Green USA, a national environmental non-profit that advocates for climate solutions, unveiled yesterday the beta version of its City Carbon Index globalgreen.org/citycarbonindex  (CCI) – a new Web tool designed to benchmark cities’ efforts to reduce carbon