What produces 5.5 times more greenhouse gas emissions than your company’s own operations? Unfortunately, it’s your supply chain. But there is some good news—you have considerable influence over those emissions. By making your supply chain more sustainable, you can extend your environmental efforts far beyond your office walls. At Bullfrog Power’s Greener Horizons event in Vancouver, our panelists shared…
Credibility within the sustainability space is increasingly becoming an important discussion topic for businesses. Several global institutions are finding a receptive audience when it comes to trusted carbon disclosure standards, alignment with global targets or other third party verification standards. The expertise and organizational resources required to meet them, however, can seem daunting.
Vancouver, March 19, 2018—Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, and The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (CARAS) are partnering to bullfrogpower The 2018 JUNO Awards and all JUNO Week events in Vancouver, from March 19 to 25, 2018, with clean, renewable energy.
A great moment for the Bullfrog team this year was participating in the Arc’Teryx Laundry Valet, an event which brought together the Vancouver sustainability community and gave us a chance to share stories alongside one of our favourite bullfrogpowered partners: Granville Island Brewing.
In November, Bullfrog Power and our latest panel of sustainability experts gathered at the RBC Tower in Vancouver.
Today, Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, and Sodexo, a world leader in Quality of Life Services, are announcing a new environmental partnership. Through the partnership, Sodexo Canada will be bullfrogpowering three offices and one warehouse with green electricity as part of Sodexo’s global mandate to reduce its carbon emissions by 34 per cent by 2024, compared to a 2011 baseline.
In November 2016, Bullfrog Power and TD Bank Group launched a first-of-a-kind renewable energy collaboration, encompassing the full suite of Bullfrog’s renewable energy products – green electricity, green natural gas and green fuel – to address 100 per cent of TD’s energy footprint for its Vancouver branches and a portion of its business-related travel in Vancouver.
Today, Bullfrog Power, Canada’s leading green energy provider, and Pacific Gateway Hotel at Vancouver Airport are announcing a new environmental initiative to provide green electricity for all of the hotel’s meeting spaces and renewable natural gas for Pier 73 restaurant.
A recent Ivey Business School report (2016) surveyed CEOs on the issue, finding three common barriers to prioritizing sustainability: 1) lack of knowledge about environmental issues; 2) inability to connect those issues to the business; and 3) competing priorities at the expense of sustainable action.
In an increasingly carbon-constrained economy, it is clear that an organization’s environmental, social and financial performance is dependent on climate action. The development of a thorough and goal-oriented sustainability program, one that integrates climate change impacts into risk management and takes into account the key role of private and public stakeholders, is critical to successful planning.