Forbes : green tech
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Are Your Data Security Protocols CCPA-Ready?  12h30 18 février
Ameesh Divatia, CommunityVoice
Gaining greater insight into these queries will help organizations take the appropriate next steps and avoid the dreaded civil action and financial penalties.
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The CIO In 2020 And Beyond  12h30 18 février
Jody Shapiro, CommunityVoice
As the caretaker of information in an organization, the modern CIO should have a seat at the business table.
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10 Basic And Easy Cybersecurity Steps  12h30 18 février
Michelle Drolet, CommunityVoice
No industry is immune to the growing cost of cybercrime.
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Building A Strong Development Team From The Start  12h10 18 février
Christopher Yang, CommunityVoice
Building a development team is like assembling a sports team: Every member must know their role, position on the team and overall goal.
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Consumer Privacy Takes Priority in 2020  12h00 18 février
Eugenio Pace, CommunityVoice
Here are a few predictions on how this consumer call for action will (and should) be a catalyst for greater privacy, identity protection and security in 2020.
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The Rise Of RevOps: Rethinking The Structure Of Modern GTM Teams  12h00 18 février
Bhaskar Roy, CommunityVoice
Marketing and sales may have once been considered departments dominated by creativity and people skills, but today, marketing and sales look much more technical and operational due to the explosion of marketing applications.
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Delta’s Carbon Neutrality News May Win Points With The Environmental Crowd, But There Less To It Than Meets The Eye  12h00 18 février
Dan Reed, Contributor
There are only three viable paths toward carbon neutrality for airlines. And no, switching to electric-powered planes is not one of those viable paths.
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Bezos Pledges 10 Billion Nearly 10% Of Net Worth Toward Solving Climate Change  20h17 17 février
Sergei Klebnikov, Forbes Staff
Climate change is the biggest threat to our planet, Bezos said
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Has US Nuclear Power Reached Its Half-Life?  16h10 17 février
Joshua Rhodes, Contributor
While nuclear power is growing in some parts of the world, such investments are waning in the US. Time will tell if small modular reactors are able to provide a new nuclear renaissance, but it appears that the days of building the large plants are over.
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The Stitch Fix Story: How A Unique Prioritization Of Data Science Helped The Company Create Billions In Market Value  16h00 17 février
Steven Li, Contributor
Few companies make their data science teams their #1, much less have them report directly to their CEOs. Stitch Fix does and it paid off.
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Delta And The World Need Carbon Offsets To Stop Global Warming  15h43 17 février
Adam Klauber, Contributor
Delta and other airlines have been criticized for relying on carbon offsets to claim they’re achieving carbon neutrality. But offsets are actually one of few tools we have to arrest global warming.
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How A Danish Designer Is Making Heels For Life  08h10 17 février
Heather Farmbrough, Contributor
The fashion industry has woken up to sustainability. But all too often, this stops at the ankles.
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Estimating The Carbon Footprint Of Utility-Scale Battery Storage  23h00 16 février
Robert Rapier, Contributor
As utilities combine renewable energy with large battery storage systems, there has been increasing interest in the carbon footprint of such systems. In this article, I attempt to make that calculation.
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The Re-Planning Of Cities Is Essential. And It Requires Changes In OurHabits.  19h55 16 février
Enrique Dans, Contributor
More and more voices are calling for a re-planning of cities to redesign them not around the car, but around people. Our cities will change completely in the coming years, as will many of our habits, some of which are deeply entrenched. We’ll soon wonder how we ever lived like we did.
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The Way Delta Is Going Carbon Neutral Next Month Isn’t Good Enough, And CEO Ed Bastian Knows It  13h41 15 février
Jeremy Bogaisky, Forbes Staff
Delta pledged to spend 1 billion over 10 years to mitigate the greenhouse gases that its airplanes pump into the atmosphere by burning jet fuel. But to achieve carbon neutrality, it’s going to have to buy hundreds of millions of dollars a year in carbon offsets. That has a mixed record.