Heather Clancy, GreenBiz

Heather Clancy


Allendale, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Heather:

Why Apple is getting cozy with aluminum giants Alcoa and Rio Tinto

Goal: To reinvent a process that has stood still since the 19th century. → Read More

Why data is an essential nutrient for AeroFarms crops

Now on its ninth facility, the world's biggest vertical farming operation is a big proponent of automation. → Read More

Artificial intelligence gets smarter

Machine learning could become your sustainability team's best ally in gathering, processing and acting on scads of data. → Read More

This U.N. guide aims to make it simpler for banks to talk about climate risks

The methodology shows a path for integrating new 2-degree-Celsius scenario models with traditional financial disclosures. → Read More

Meet Daisy, Apple's latest robot for recovering and reusing iPhone components

She can disassemble up to 200 smartphones in an hour. → Read More

Intuit hatches plan to help customers and employees buy clean power

Here's an innovative new option for smaller businesses to reduce their carbon footprint. → Read More

5 ways the maritime industry can steer toward emissions reductions

Now that there’s finally a target (albeit a weak one), it’s time to pour on the steam. → Read More

How a technology invented for mining could play a role in e-waste processing

Canadian company EnviroLeach wants to make the process of "urban mining" less hazardous for humans and the environment. → Read More

P&G’s circular economy strategy now includes water and (yes) diapers

Will the giant consumer packaged goods company place itself head and shoulders above the rest? → Read More

The most noteworthy part of Apple’s 100% clean power milestone

Other big companies should emulate the tech giant’s focus on helping suppliers get there, too. → Read More

Why PG&E, National Grid and Enel are charging up to power EVs

And how businesses also stand to benefit. → Read More

UTC adopts circular mindset to put brakes on water usage

Slowly, but surely, purple pipes are becoming more common in commercial and industrial settings. → Read More

Why smart irrigation startups are bubbling up

Plus, what semiconductor legend T.J. Rodgers has in common with Kansas farmer Dwane Roth. → Read More

Why Climate Group CEO Helen Clarkson thinks peer pressure is a good thing

Plus, sustainability leaders should start talking more about solutions. → Read More

The science behind Tyson's meaty new sustainability agenda

The company's first CSO, on the job for less than a year, is moving quickly to tackle greenhouse gas emissions, water consumption and food waste. → Read More

This power-beaming approach could light up underwater exploration, disaster sites

PowerLight's technology uses lasers to charge things over "free space" or fiber optic cables. → Read More

How GM, Mars and Timberland are cultivating smallholder farmers

Thriving agricultural communities are critical for the long-term for these companies. Plus, three tips for managing programs that combine the "head" with the "heart." → Read More

Why (and how) GM is making friends with utilities

Call it enlightened self-interest, but it's a potential win-win for both worlds. → Read More

Walmart: Joining Project Gigaton doesn't have to be a heavy lift

Scale will come in the form of many small commitments, at least to start. → Read More

Why low-carbon advocates large and small should speak up

Pick your positions wisely and try to keep politics out of it. → Read More