Sally Paridis is chief executive officer of CoClear, a US-based consultancy that helps companies make resource efficient products. Peter Switzer spoke to her in New York.
If companies knew how much money could be saved by going green it might be easier to design products that use less energy, water, and other resources. That’s the idea behind new software developed at Columbia University, and expanded upon by CoClear, a Harlem-based startup.
The software lets companies compare the costs and benefits of making a product more sustainable so that investments that produce the highest return can be prioritized.
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