2016 – A “Hopeful” Year for Sustainability Innovation? Technology Experts Share Their “I Hope” List

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2016 – A “Hopeful” Year for Sustainability Innovation? Technology Experts Share Their “I Hope” List

SustainabilityHQ Highlights (1.07.2016)
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Monday, January 11, 2016 - 10:45am

Happy New York 2016 to our friends and colleagues!  What are your hopes for sustainability in this new calendar year – the pages are blank, so fill in what you would like to see happening.  Elaine Hsieh, director of VERGE at the Greenbiz Group, did that for us with her “biggest hopes for sustainability technology in 2016,” which Greenbiz presented in a year end post.

The result is “19 for ’16,” answers to Elaine’s questions posed to VERGE leaders. (The VERGE platform covers the intersections of technology, science, art, and culture).  You’ll see brief, byte size responses from such companies and organizations as Google, Zipcar, SunPower, California Clean Energy Fund, AECOM, Rockefeller Foundation, Honeywell, NASA, and others.   Example:  Tom Werner, CEO of SunPower says “when it comes to innovative technology, I’m confident that sustainability will move one step closer to ‘default status’ across industries…”

 

This is just a sample of some of the articles from this weeks SustainabilityHQ Highlights.  You can view the full Highlights by using the following links. Sustainability | ESG, Highlights for the Week of January 07, 2016

 

 

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