ESG Hound

ESG Hound focuses on corporate compliance, sustainability, and the environmental impact of business operations. It critically examines companies like SpaceX and Enovix for their practices and influence on the environment, while exploring tools and concepts that aid in corporate environmental research and responsibility.

Corporate Compliance Sustainability Environmental Impact Corporate Research Environmental Legislation Financial Disclosure Industrial Ecology Risk Management

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3637 implied HN points 16 Apr 23
  1. FAA granted SpaceX a license for the Starship orbital test, but the potential damage could be catastrophic.
  2. The noise levels from SpaceX's testing were higher than predicted, impacting the environment and wildlife.
  3. SpaceX's launch facility in Texas lacks essential safety features, raising concerns about the safety of the operation.
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692 implied HN points 13 Jul 23
  1. The deal between Enovix and YBS seems questionable and based on a non-binding Letter of Intent.
  2. Enovix is a pre-revenue company trading at a high valuation, with plans for a new factory and potential Malaysian involvement.
  3. There are red flags surrounding YBS International, including resignations of corporate secretaries and changes in bank ownership.
461 implied HN points 22 Mar 23
  1. The Bethlehem Mill was a once-thriving industrial complex that declined due to economic changes and globalization.
  2. The site faced environmental issues and cleanup challenges due to decades of industrial activity.
  3. Capitalism's impact on industrial sites like the Bethlehem Mill underscores the importance of responsible stewardship and waste management.
461 implied HN points 19 May 23
  1. Low-carbon concrete can have significantly lower GHG emissions compared to traditional concrete production.
  2. CarbonBuilt's technology involves using industrial materials and CO2 to reduce emissions and store carbon in solid form.
  3. It is important to consider the entire supply chain and potential environmental impacts when assessing the sustainability of green products.
115 implied HN points 12 Apr 23
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