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The energy debate can get complicated, convoluted, and contentious. It is time to bring it back to basics with a few simple questions:
True or False? New and existing commercial and residential buildings account for about 40 percent of total U.S. energy consumption.
This past Thursday, Business Roundtable hosted its sixth Climate RESOLVE (Responsible Environmental Steps, Opportunities to Lead by Voluntary Efforts) workshop, attracting more than 75 executives from 56 companies to Washington. Why make a Fall trip to our nation’s capital? To gain insight...Continue Reading
Sustainability. Energy efficiency. Green building. All buzz words that are now a part of our daily conversations. Yet do people really know what they mean? More importantly, why is business rallying around sustainability and being “green”?
From our point of view, the practice of...Continue Reading
Climate change is not just on the minds of the Nobel Prize committee in Oslo.
Congratulations, Mr. Vice President on your award. We at the Business Roundtable, too, believe this is a global issue that has to be tackled through smart, concrete action. And we understand the heavy-...Continue Reading
Marian Hopkins is a Senior Director of Public Policy at Business Roundtable coordinating efforts to identify and prioritize the Roundtable's policy objectives. Ms. Hopkins has managed and led, in her more than 17 years at Business Roundtable, legislative and lobbying activities on all major...Continue Reading