CDP: Global car industry must embrace low-carbon shift to ensure survival
ING announces €100m Sustainable Investments fund
Dutch Bank ING has today (18 January) launched a €100m Sustainable Investments fund to help start-ups and innovative new business models scale up concepts and projects tailored for energy, water and resource efficiency.
Swedish engine plant becomes Volvo's first 'climate-neutral' site
Car giant Volvo's engine factory in Sweden has become the firm's first "climate-neutral" manufacturing plant after switching to renewable heating.
Shell inks five-year deal with England's largest solar power plant
Shell Energy Europe has agreed a five-year supply deal to source renewable power from the second largest solar power plant in the UK.
Report: Global emissions to plateau in 2030, but Paris goals out of reach
New insight from business advisors McKinsey Energy Insights has suggested that "major shifts" in the energy landscape driven by renewables and electric vehicles (EVs) will see global emissions plateau in 2030, but progress is nowhere near close to the 2 degrees Paris Agreement target.
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Clean Growth Strategy 'not enough' to meet UK's carbon targets, climate advisers warn
Urgent action is needed to flesh out current plans in the Clean Growth Strategy in order to meet the UK's fourth and fifth carbon budgets, the Government's climate change watchdog has cautioned.
Achieving Mission Possible: edie Live returns for 2018 with renewed purpose
edie Live 2018 returns to the NEC Birmingham on 22-23 May as a show with a difference. This year, the event will be tailor-made to help sustainability, energy and resource professionals achieve a sustainable future, today. This is Mission Possible.
Are we a step closer to achieving the 'green hydrogen economy'?
Paint and chemicals giant AkzoNobel has unveiled plans to build Europe's largest "green hydrogen" production plant, with the company's energy director telling edie of the technology's potential to enable the decarbonisation of the UK economy.
McDonald's and Waitrose lead business charge against plastic waste
Fast food giant McDonald's and UK retailer Waitrose are the latest companies to publicly announce plans to tackle the growing issue of plastic waste, with McDonald's setting a 2025 commitment to boost the recyclability of its packaging and Waitrose reaffirming its packaging commitments that it made in 2017.
Circular and digital transformations 'key' to enabling business growth
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Sector insight: The state of sustainability in food and drink manufacturing
In practice: Oxford University Hospitals' money-saving CHP retrofit
"We've helped build the story internally that this issue of sustainability is increasingly important."
"Leadership follows a curve of distribution. We will be seeing critical mass pretty soon."
"By taking leadership in your sector you can drive it to improve and enhance sustainability."
"Sustainability is no longer an option, it's a necessity and has to be the heart of your strategy."