Resolute is pleased to announce its support for the Campaign for Greener Arbitrations by signing the Green Pledge to help reduce the carbon footprint of dispute resolution. The Campaign for Greener Arbitrations is an initiative to reduce the environmental impact of international arbitrations. The campaign was founded by International Arbitrator, Lucy Greenwood, in 2019, with the aim of significantly reducing the carbon footprint of the arbitration community. The campaign is made up of a group of arbitration practitioners committed to achieving sustainable change in the way arbitrations are managed. The campaign promotes awareness of the environmental impact of arbitrations and produces best practice guides on ways we all can act to minimize the carbon footprint.
As an institutional supporter of the Green Pledge, Resolute has committed to taking steps to minimize our carbon footprint which includes the following: creating a workspace with a reduced environmental footprint; corresponding electronically; requesting the use of electronic rather than hard copies of documents, encouraging the use of videoconferencing facilities as an alternative to travel; using suppliers that are committed to reducing their environmental footprint; and traveling responsibly. More information can be found at their website:
Established in 1988 with offices throughout the country, Resolute has a national panel of 2,800 neutrals and administers over 12,000 cases each year nationally. Resolute was voted the #1 ADR Provider and Top Online ADR Resource in the nation in the National Law Journal for four consecutive years (2019-2022), and also Corporate Counsel’s Annual Best of Survey for the past two years (2020-2021). For the past twelve consecutive years Resolute has been voted a “Top Overall ADR Provider” in the New York Law Journal. Resolute has also been named “ADR Provider of the Year” by the American College of Civil Trial Mediators and ranked the 66th fastest-growing company by Inc. magazine (13th Annual Edition).
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