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Author Archives: Jenny Morgan
Small Business, Big Impact: The Journey of the Small Business Dollar
For small businesses to produce environmental and social impact, there must be a strategic focus, otherwise sustainable action will easily fall through the cracks. Balancing profit generation and purposefulness can be challenging, but as we have witnessed, it can be done effectively, benefiting all stakeholders. Climate solutions are within reach!
Why I Left Tech to Join Tradewater
Dear Business Owner, My name is Jenny Morgan, and I recently joined the Tradewater team. I was previously a Tradewater…
Addressing Refrigerants Empowers Companies to be Leaders in the Climate Fight
Refrigerants are central to many business activities: air conditioners cool office buildings, refrigerators and walk-in coolers chill food in supermarkets, and refrigerated trucks keep medicines safe during transport. Addressing refrigerants is good for the environment and smart business.
Small Businesses Can Now Join Together to Fight Climate Change
Tradewater was built on the idea that many small actions can have a large collective impact. The Carbon Neutral Collective empowers companies to achieve business success by making a long lasting, impactful sustainability commitment.
Why This Work Matters Now
The work of preventing catastrophic global climate change will require all of us, all over the world, to drastically cut our greenhouse gas emissions. As of July 2021, Tradewater has prevented the release of more than 4,900,000 tons of CO2 equivalent so far. With your help, we can greatly expand collection and destruction efforts all over the world.