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Integral Consulting Welcomes Ellen Ebert to New England Area Office

Posted April 25, 2011 by

Integral Consulting Inc. is expanding its ecosystem services and toxicology practice areas with the addition of Ellen Ebert.  Ms. Ebert is a highly regarded biologist with experience managing complex, multipathway risk assessment projects for Fortune 500 clients throughout the United States.  She joins the firm as a Senior Managing Scientist in our Portland, Maine, office.

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Launch of EcoBusiness Carbon Accounting Solution

Posted April 15, 2011 by

Boston, Mass.–February 8, 2011
Sustainserv announced its launch of EcoBusiness, a new web-based carbon accounting application designed to address the need for a cost-effective, efficient means of measuring and managing corporate greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. EcoBusiness was developed in collaboration with EcoSpeed S.A., developer of EcoRegion, the most widely distributed software for municipal GHG accounting in the European Union.

Recent events such as the announcement of SEC climate risk disclosure guidelines and Walmart supplier sustainability assessment indicate that there is increasing pressure on businesses to report information on their GHG emissions.  According to the Carbon Disclosure Project, over 82% of Global 500 companies now report carbon footprint information.

EcoBusiness enables companies to quickly compile information on energy use, transportation, and other activities, calculating the resulting carbon footprint.  Data can be entered for multiple facilities or business units, and can be tracked both locally and enterprise-wide. The web-based platform provides instant access and a familiar interface for users at all levels of the organization, while ensuring that information is securely stored.  Analytical features include the ability to normalize GHG emissions against key business metrics such as production or revenue, and results can be easily exported to Excel for further manipulation or inclusion in corporate sustainability reports.
Companies recognize the business value in understanding, managing, and reporting their carbon footprint

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Cape Cod Science Cafe – April 29

Posted April 14, 2011 by


Join us at the Cape Cod Science Cafe and learn about Alternative Energy & Sustainable Living



Where:

Hyannis
Golf Club
1680 Iyannough Road
Hyannis, MA 02601




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When:
Friday April 29, 2011 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM EDT

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Need ideas on how to Green your Home or Office?

 


Solar panel, HVAC, plumbing & wifi thermostat product information will be available.


Suffolk University Maine Campus


Interested in finding out more about alternative energy solutions and sustainable living? Then you must attend this Cape Cod Science Cafe International Year of Chemistry Quarter 2 event.

From 6:30pm-7:30pm there will be a social hour with a cash bar. Complimentary soft drinks and food will be provided. This gives attendees a chance to socialize and network before the start of the program.

We are honored to have Dr. Dan Nocera, world renowned MIT Chemist speak at our International Year of Chemistry Event.

Dr. Nocera moderated the IYC USA Kick-Off Event in Philadelphia. Click here for details.


Cape Cod 
Science Cafe Program:
6:30-7:30pm Social Hour- Food & soft drinks provided. Cash bar.


7:30pm 
Introduction to the International Year of Chemistry: Dr. Morton Hoffman, Councillor NESACS, alternate presenter, Jennifer Maclachlan


7:35pm 
Sustainabile living at Suffolk University’s Field Station on the shore of Cobstock Bay in Edmunds, Maine: Dr. Walter Johnson with alternate presenter Dr. Jack Driscoll


8:05pm 
Alternative Energy & Sustainability


Dr. Dan Nocera
, Keynote speaker, MIT


Questions will be addressed after each speaker

Those folks wishing to spend the evening or weekend on Cape Cod these are some local area hotels:

Hyannis Harbor Hotel
Heritage House HotelEconolodge HyannisCape Codder Resort & Spa,  Recommended to check rates on Hotels.com as well as with the property directly for best rate.


Thanks to our event sponsors: the Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society, the Town of Barnstable and PID Analyzers. We look forward to seeing you at this event. The next IYC Cape Cod Science Cafe will focus on the subject of recycling and is scheduled for September 2011, date TBD.

Sincerely,
Jennifer Maclachlan
PID Analyzers, LLC
pidgirl@gmail.com
774-413-5281 X0


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