Policy-makers, companies and consumers see the transition from fossil fuel powered vehicles to electric vehicles as a prominent option to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The inherent efficiency of electric motors promises significant reductions but what about the emissions from the grid used to charge the batteries? Lars Kvale, VP of Sustainability Solutions at GreenPrint, writes about how significant these emissions are, and what can consumers and businesses do to mitigate them.
We’d like to challenge retailers to think of sustainability not as its own bucket but as part of a problem-solving mindset that will put them in the best position for success, both during and after the pandemic. Sustainable business practices create long-term value and help retailers thrive as consumer behavior shifts rapidly.
Pete sat down with Kevin Edwards, host of the Real Leaders Podcast, to talk about GreenPrint’s mission. The Real Leaders organization focuses on sharing the stories of business leaders who are taking on the world’s biggest problems. GreenPrint made the publication’s Top 100 Impact companies list, along with Tesla, Patagonia and Unilever.
Michele Koch is recognized as an honoree in the Senior-Level Leaders category, showing exemplary success in strategy and execution. As sustainability pioneers in the retail fuel industry, effective marketing plays an integral role in achieving our mission: providing turnkey reduced emissions programs.