Unilever: Innovation is the 'cornerstone' to plastics reduction
CDP: Food and retail giants failing to disclose forest impacts
CDP has criticised a string of big-name brands including Ikea, Sports Direct and Domino's Pizza for failing to provide data on their forest impacts.
Extinction Rebellion protests block traffic in five UK cities
Extinction Rebellion has carried out protests in five UK cities, marking the start of what it describes as a "summer uprising".
Shell invests in peer-to-peer energy trading blockchain platform
The venture fund arm of oil and gas giant Shell has invested in a US-based company that uses blockchain to enable peer-to-peer energy sharing and trading over networks.
Mitchells & Butlers to host rapid EV charging network
Pub and restaurant chain Mitchells & Butlers is set to install up to 200 rapid electric vehicle (EV) chargers across its UK estate, as part of a partnership with BP's Chargemaster arm.
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Kellogg's seeks water self-supply licence for Manchester operations
Food manufacturing giant Kellogg's has applied for a water and sewerage self-supply license for its Manchester facility, in a bid to gain greater control on water usage and generate savings.
Tesco and AB Sugar confirmed for edie's Earth Overshoot webinar
edie's next webinar (Monday 29 July) will see sustainability experts from Tesco, AB Sugar and the Global Footprint Network discuss how business can champion the circular economy to push back Earth Overshoot Day - the day that humanity uses up all of the planet's natural resources for the year.
Toyota's solar Prius and bee-friendly bus stops: The sustainability success stories of the week
As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainability success stories of the week from across the globe.
How sustainable is Wimbledon 2019?
With the summer's biggest tennis event set to draw to a close on Sunday (14 July), edie explores whether the Wimbledon organisers have aced their sustainability efforts in the face of the 'Climate Emergency'.
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Talking electric vehicles with BT's Howard Lungley and UPS's Claire Thompson-Sage
"The window of opportunity for preventing the worst effects of climate change is fast closing."
"If renewables were invented in 2025 I think you would see it reaching scale much faster."
"there needs to be a deliberate focus on what the long-term future of a company is going to reveal."
"Markets are being driven by sustainability and I feel that sustainability experts are running the show."