IEA: Rate of energy efficiency improvements needs to double to put world on track for net-zero
KP Snacks to scale regenerative farming, Morrisons turns to insect-based chicken feed
In two positive sustainability moves in the UK's farming sector, KP Snacks has outlined plans to scale regenerative potato farming and Morrisons will begin decreasing the use of soy - a commodity linked to deforestation - in chicken feed.
Climate Change Committee: UK Government needs to 'raise ambitions' on reaching net-zero
The UK's climate watchdog has called on the UK Government to deliver a "genuine increase in ambition" to reach the measures detailed in the new Glasgow Climate Pact at COP26, including the submission of new emissions targets, rewriting the tax system to phase-out fossil fuels and strengthening international collaboration between countries.
BT Group aims to go fully circular by 2030
Telecommunications giant BT has formalised the acceleration of its net-zero target for operations, from 2045 to 2030, and set a new ambition to become a circular business by the end of the decade.
'Smart' food waste tags and brilliant bees: The best green innovations of November 2021
As November comes to a close, edie and our innovation partner Springwise have rounded up some of the best breakthrough technologies and carbon-cutting solutions which could accelerate climate action over the coming months and years.
Automotive supplier Marelli targets carbon-neutral operations by 2030
Global automotive supplier Marelli has unveiled a new goal to become carbon neutral across its direct impacts and operations by 2030, with a focus on onsite renewable generation and energy efficiency upgrades to be introduced.
Goldman Sachs, NatWest, among 9 new corporates joining climate-focused employee engagement drive
Nine businesses with more than 480,000 employees collectively have joined the Count Us In initiative, which supports businesses to engage their staff with the net-zero transition.
IEA: 2021 set to be a record year for new renewable energy capacity
By the end of the year, a record 290GW of renewable energy generation capacity will have come online, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Nonetheless, progress will need to accelerate to deliver a net-zero world.