Garry Cooper Jr., co-founder and CEO of Rheaply joins Mitch Ratcliffe for this episode of the Earth911 podcast. Mitch is the publisher at Earth911.com and the sustainability leader at Metaforce, a global marketing firm. A veteran tech journalist, Mitch is passionate about helping people understand sustainability and the impact of their buying decisions on the planet.
In this episode, the two discuss Rheaply’s vision of “Circularity for every business.” Much of the waste in our world is the result of overstocking and excess inventory in business and government. As much as $600 billion in surplus goods are lying unused in some of the largest organizations in the world, including universities, hospitals, and industries that span the planet, like construction and heavy manufacturing.
A shiny 12-foot monolith was discovered deep in the Utah desert by state workers flying overhead in a helicopter. It has no markings on it and is deeply planted in the ground.
The most important circular economy documentary to date – Closing the Loop – will have a a global Screening Week in March.
For the second year running, Stora Enso’s Sustainability Report 2018 has been included in the top ten sustainability reports globally according to the latest Reporting matters publication by the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD).
Depending on your business focus, sustainability may not be at the core of your mission, but it should be a key part of your business strategy. For me, it’s a natural fit. You see, my business is clean energy. I’m also passionate about leadership and educating people about the importance of climate change and the environment. But the environment is just one aspect of sustainability.
For me, it’s a natural fit. You see, my business is clean energy. I’m also passionate about leadership and educating people about the importance of climate change and the environment. But the environment is just one aspect of sustainability.
As I close in on my first year at UPS, I’m reflecting on what drew me to join this organization. First, there’s the company’s reputation for integrity — when UPS commits to doing something, we deliver.
Whether driving millions of miles in our alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicles, planting 15 million trees or creating more sustainable ways to deliver packages, our commitments make a difference and set an example for others in our industry.