Green Manufacturing

Bhavini Patel

Emma Stewart spoke about the “City-Company Nexus” at CDP’s Spring Workshop, hosted by Google. She highlighted the corollaries she observes between new corporate sustainability practices and those emerging among cities. She also pointed to a case study of a collaboration between a public company and city government:  Washington DC.  

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Bhavini Patel

Four Ways CEOs are Inspiring Mayors on Climate Action Emma Stewart, April 4, 2016, with Katie Walsh, Cities Program Manager, CDP   Over thousands of years humans have built and settled in what we now call cities, and over the years some of those cities flourished as others perished. Many that perished believed that climate

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Jonathan Rowe

This year’s Autodesk University was a great success. And through the lens of sustainability, we set new standards for our annual event. This year we purchased offsets from one of our customers, Meridian Lightweight Technologies, to make the entire event carbon neutral. We also had a flurry of classes covering new tools for energy efficient building

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Jonathan Rowe

After two weeks of negotiations in Paris, on Saturday, more than 190 countries approved a major global agreement to address climate change. It’s a big deal. Leading up to 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference (aka COP21), the global business community rallied to show a deep commitment to battling climate change. Companies worth billions of

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Jonathan Rowe

The Sustainability Solutions team had a blast at Greenbuild this year in Washington, DC. As usual, we’re inspired by the amazing projects our customers are working on and how committed you are to solving some of our world’s biggest problems with the power of thoughtful, sustainable design. We were also thrilled to see the reaction to our set

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Jonathan Rowe

Big Data. The Internet of Things. Smart everything. The Next Industrial Revolution. Cloud computing. The Information Age! Do catchy phrases like these perk you up a bit? That’s normal. But “Information is not knowledge,” said Einstein, in an equally catchy way. And if you agree with him, you’re also not surprised why data science is

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Jonathan Rowe

Saving so much on transportation and the ability to use cleaner materials sounds like it should make it a no-brainer, but is it so simple?   3-D printing is going mainstream. It’s already become an incredibly useful tool for rapid prototyping in the manufacturing world, and now it’s moving into the world of buildings. A

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Emma Stewart

This week marked annual Climate Week NYC, designed to coincide with the United Nations General Assembly meeting. That meant every Chief Sustainability Officer, U.N. Ambassador…and even the Pope (!) was in town. What transpired? Well…some massive gridlock (happily, I was underground on the air-conditioned subway) but also some massive breakthroughs in business and government action

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Emma Stewart

Dear Colleagues, I’m honored to have been selected as one of two candidates to serve on the USGBC Advisory Council representing the technology sector. The election for the position starts today and will close on October 20. As you can see from my short campaign video below, I am passionate about making green buildings the “new

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Emma Stewart

I had the privilege of representing Autodesk at the White House this week when the Obama Administration announced $160M new dollars in federal research and technology collaborations to advance sustainable and smart cities. Autodesk became one of 9 companies in Envision America to help 10 to-be-selected cities tackle energy, water, waste and air challenges through

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