Heather Clancy, GreenBiz

Heather Clancy


Allendale, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Heather:

Episode 230: New Jersey's clean energy equity push, Cargill's bold water plan

Plus, our final set of interview highlights from the 2020 GreenBiz 30 Under 30 class of rising young sustainability professionals. → Read More

AI doesn’t have to be a power hog

The climate impact of artificial intelligence — both in terms of power consumption and all the electronic waste that gadgets create — is a legitimate, growing concern. → Read More

Episode 229: Grokking Gore, channeling Polman, P&G gets back to nature

Plus, GreenBiz 30 Under 30 honorees chat up the value of patience and the rewards of prioritizing racial justice and equity within the food system. → Read More

Where are they now? Catch up with 30 Under 30 alumni

New roles, evolving ambitions and rekindled determination about the cause of corporate sustainability. → Read More

To B or not to B? More tech companies should ask themselves that question

Why venture capital firm Fifth Wall and file-sharing company WeTransfer decided to become Certified B Corporations. → Read More

Inside Cargill’s experiment to pay farmers for carbon sequestration

A pilot in Iowa offers a glimpse into the future of carbon credit marketplaces. → Read More

Demystifying the ‘Absolute Zero’ concept

Focus less on what it’s called and more on what it describes. → Read More

Why Nature’s Path went ‘regenerative organic’

New tillage approaches are among the strategies helping the company reap results. → Read More

Why Amazon's commitment to working forests matters

It’s not just about carbon removal, it’s about creating or preserving economic opportunities in rural communities. → Read More

What happens to corporate sustainability amid the COVID-19 crisis? Some reflections

Leaders from Amazon, Danone, Salesforce, Mars, General Mills and others share how plans have changed and where they’re holding firm. → Read More

A defense of geoengineering

Fantasy or nightmare? If you look beyond extreme ideas such as space shades, there's much to like about this fast-evolving category of climate tech. → Read More

Coronavirus, the stay-at-home workstyle, and cloud energy consumption

Between video calls, collaboration applications and streaming services, data centers are working overdrive. Here’s some perspective on how much power that requires and why efficiency matters more than ever. → Read More

Domo, Covestro, BASF are testing blockchain for tracing plastics

The mission: create an open data-sharing application that chemicals and plastics producers can use to inform circular production processes. → Read More

This is agtech's fertile future

The hunger for alternative protein and non-synthetic approaches to cultivation are inspiring new innovation recipes for animal health and aquaculture. → Read More

25 badass women shaking up the climate movement in 2020

In honor of International Women's Day, we recognize courageous executives, investor advocates and policy visionaries who are role models for any gender. → Read More

Stores are essential for the Loop reusable packaging program

Getting empty containers back to TerraCycle for processing takes weeks, if not months, in the current online commerce model. → Read More

Can forensics tech solve the mystery of supply chain traceability?

A pilot coordinated by Fashion for Good and supported by C&A, Kering, PVH and Zalando provides clues for the future of sustainable fashion. → Read More

General Mills, Danone dig deeper into regenerative agriculture with incentives, funding

Food giants cultivate new pilots, new financing programs. → Read More

Big businesses are failing forests

Amazon, TJ Maxx and Tyson are among well-known U.S. companies with no publicly stated deforestation strategy. Is your organization complicit? → Read More

Why BASF, Bristol-Myers Squibb and Colgate-Palmolive view the SDGs as an innovation catalyst

It’s time to stop mapping and start acting. → Read More