Special Coverage: Powering The Bottom Line

Powering the Bottom Line: 3 ways business can be profitable by addressing climate change

Unlike many industries today that spend millions of dollars fighting regulations, companies that follow these principles to turn climate change mitigation into profit, writes Jane Bender of the Center for Climate Protection.

Powering the Bottom Line: Local solar innovator empowers national installer

Sonoma County has been an active participant in the solar industry’s changes and growth, such as a local company’s innovations that have helped one of the nation’s largest installers compete, writes columnist Barry Vesser of Center for Climate Protection.

Powering the Bottom Line: Goat dairy shows sustainability is sound business

Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery cares for people, animals and the environment.

Powering the Bottom Line: Local firms ally on climate change

Bay Area CEOs, including some from the North Bay, meet monthly to talk about shared business challenges and to be more sustainable.

Powering the Bottom Line: Santa Rosa’s Ygrene poised to soar with green-upgrade loans

Property accessed clean energy (PACE) financing is poised for takeoff, and Ygrene Energy Fund is positioned to serve a large part of that market.

Powering the Bottom Line: Redwood Credit Union, Beneficial bank

Many companies still look only at the short-term bottom line, but Santa Rosa's Redwood Credit Union and Beneficial State Bank profit from invest in community and environment.

Powering the Bottom Line: Sonoma quarry goes solar

Upon my arrival to interview Mark Soiland, CEO of Soiland Company, about its renewable-energy efforts, he asked me why I didn’t drive an electric car.

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