This book was written by JBE Manager, Senior Technical Consultant and Environmental Coach, John M. Beath, for those interested in constructing a carbon footprint. It’s purpose is to clearly and effectively:
-Takes you step-by-step through the carbon footprint development process (there aren’t may references out there that really do this – and those that do, rarely show their work)
-Shows you how to get a footprint done without using LCA modeling software (many consider this a barrier to learning the process)
-Acquaints you with the key drivers for a farm footprint and how to measure them
This report evaluates the potential air emissions impacts tailored to Colorado from the implementation of Regulation 20. We evaluated the potential impact of Regulation 20 on air quality by building a criteria pollutant and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions profile for both conventional internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEV) and zero emissions vehicles (ZEV).
Knowing what to do, knowing things are getting done, managing proposed changes, and managing noncompliance are some of the most challenging environmental problems companies face. That’s why JBE developed simple Microsoft Excel®-based solutions for all of your management requirements. We are experienced in working with our clients as a team to identify what is important to you and your stakeholders, choose the right tools, develop the content, and implement your program.
What has your EMS done for you lately? JBE’s vision for a tactical EMS includes 12 elements of effective compliance. From key program documents to utilizing the right tools for the job, learn more about our best practices when it comes to tactical EMS elements.
JBE Sustainability Consultant, Cam Pascual, became passionate about the issue of food waste after becoming jaded with the world during her time as a college student. She decided to approach the issue from a new perspective, banding together friends to create the Food Recovery Network. Cam was a cofounder and the Director of Innovation at Food Recovery Network, a nonprofit that unites college students across the country in recovering the surplus, unsold food from food businesses and donating it to hunger-fighting nonprofits. Since cofounding Food Recovery Network in 2011, the organization has grown to become the largest student movement against hunger with chapters at 230 colleges in 46 states (plus DC) and has recovered more than 4 million pounds of food.