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Climate Skeptic Part 6 – Can We Stop Climate Change?

By amberbieg | July 26, 2022

Part 6 of 7 – Continued From Part 5 Authors: Amber Bieg, Deb LaSalle, Zach Bell, Heather Colwell, Kevin Winslow, Jay Schuyler, Alaina Sisco, Mitch Samson Can We Stop Climate Change? Regarding climate change and GHG emissions, many of the world’s leading scholars and scientists agree the Earth is either already at or near the…

Climate Skeptic Part 7: Is Solving Climate Change Affordable?

By amberbieg | July 26, 2022

Part 7 of 7 – Continued From Part 6 Authors: Amber Bieg, Deb LaSalle, Zach Bell, Heather Colwell, Kevin Winslow, Jay Schuyler, Alaina Sisco, Mitch Samson Is Solving Climate Change Affordable?  There are two aspects to surviving climate change: adaptation and mitigation. Adaptation is how we plan ahead and make appropriate changes to reduce the…

Idaho CleanTech Alliance SEC Climate Rules Webinar

By amberbieg | June 21, 2022

  Join the Idaho CleanTech Alliance SEC Climate Rules Webinar on Wednesday, June 22nd from 11:00am – 12:00pm MST virtually on Zoom! About this event We are excited to invite you to this month’s virtual SEC Climate Rules Webinar, sponsored by the Idaho CleanTech Alliance on Wednesday, June 22nd from 11:00am to 12:00pm MST (10:00am – 11:00am PST)!…

Climate Risk Disclosure Safeguards Our Investments

By amberbieg | June 21, 2022

Originally published to Idaho Business Review on June 20, 2022    Authors: Amber Bieg, Deb LaSalle, and the Warm Springs Consulting Team On March 21, 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced a draft of new rules that require all publicly traded companies to disclose risks attributed to climate disruption. Applauded by many in…

Warm Springs Consulting Achieves Carbon Neutrality and Climate Leader Certification

By zachbell | January 14, 2022

By Zach Bell, Analyst at Warm Springs Consulting, and Amber Bieg, Partner at Warm Springs Consulting Jan. 14, 2022   Warm Springs Consulting (WSC) is pleased to announce we have achieved our goal of carbon neutrality in 2021. With the help of Aclymate, a free carbon accounting tool designed for small businesses, WSC was able…

The Race to Net Zero Mining

By amberbieg | January 3, 2022

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Why is Cleantech Good for Idaho?

By amberbieg | January 3, 2022

Written by Amber Bieg, Partner and Warm Springs Consulting Originally Published to Idaho Business Review, Sep 22, 2021. What is Cleantech? Cleantech is a broadly inclusive term that refers to companies and technologies that create jobs and deploy new innovations that improve environmental and social sustainability. Why Idaho? To start, Idaho is rich in natural…

Metabolic Currency: The Future of Money and Sustainable Growth

By amberbieg | December 15, 2021

Metabolic Currency: The future of money and sustainable growth Originally published to Medium Introduction Do you know how money is created? It’s okay. Most people don’t. Very few understand how money creation really works. We may have learned in school that the US Treasury prints money and that’s it. The amount of money printed is…

Amber Bieg Boise Entrepreneur Week

Boise Entrepreneur Week 2021 – Cleantech Business in Idaho

By heathercolwell | December 7, 2021

Boise Entrepreneur Week is Idaho’s largest community-driven, entrepreneur-focused event. Each year, thousands of people come together to learn, support, and celebrate Idaho’s growing entrepreneurial ecosystem. About the Speakers For nearly 20 years, Amber Bieg has been working with companies and communities on sustainability-focused solutions ranging from developing Open Tree Map, enterprise ecosystem management software to…

Could Idaho be the Nation’s Clean Energy Leader?

By amberbieg | February 11, 2021

Most people assume California or Hawaii have the cleanest electric grids. It turns out that Idaho is #1 for Clean Energy, based on 2019 data published in a report by the Business Council for Sustainable Energy. Yep, you read that right – Idaho has the cleanest electric grid in the United States, surpassing Vermont in 2019. This…