The latest blog posts from the DMD Insights Blog.en-us
Bunker fuel is the left over oil and particles from this process, composed of asphaltenes, waxes, and other very large molecules. The residual crude oil is then burned in large ships, leaving behind hazardous emissions.]]>http://www.dmdgreen.com/blogs/post/204-bunker-fuel-having-hazardous-effects
Is being green a fad? Have we topped out our desire to make sustainable choices?I fear the fad label we are seeing is because all the easy options to be green now are done, all that is left is the now are the hard meaningful choices.]]>http://www.dmdgreen.com/blogs/post/202-is-being-green-a-trend-
I constantly am looking for people with new and inventive ways to help sustain our Planet’s resources. My past blogs have mentioned many new technologies and their benefits to our society. Now I pose a question to the readers; what are your ideas? ]]>http://www.dmdgreen.com/blogs/post/197-the-recycling-race
Guest blogger Colin Anton (CHRP, MBA) explains that sustainability in the oil and gas industry means much more than managing Greenhouse Gas Emissions or water usage. True sustainability in oil and gas also relies on the communities in which we operate. Especially if we are dedicated to a 3BL approach; people, planet, profit.
With the tremendous growth and interest in the SocialCycling® program over the last few months, we stop to touch base with Ian Radzichowsky a Certified Environmental Practitioner in Waste Management (CCEP) with the Canadian Environmental Certification Approvals Board and one of the architects of the SocialCycling Certification process on why SocialCycling differs from other reclamation and reuse programs.
In my last post, I looked at communicating sustainability in oil & gas through creative design and we observed what CAPP is doing to change the landscape. Part II of our review will the importance of communicating sustainability in oil & gas through mixed media. ]]>http://www.dmdgreen.com/blogs/post/192-communicating-sustainability-in-oil-gas-part-dos-through-mixed-media
Over the last year I have been pretty critical of Big Oil’s communication efforts; for good reasons. I have been pretty active on Twitter spreading ideals like transparency, trust, authenticity and engagement. Those demonstrating the opposite have no doubt received a tongue lashing and those communicating with these ideals as a backbone have, well, likely gone unnoticed. ]]>http://www.dmdgreen.com/blogs/post/191-communicating-sustainability-in-oil-gas-part-uno-through-creative-design