edie launches new business guide on the green recovery
edie has launched a new Explains guide outlining the business impacts, opportunities and drivers of the broader green recovery narrative, as nations attempt to "build back better" from the coronavirus pandemic.
Published on the day it was officially confirmed that the UK had entered into a recession for the first time in 11 years, the new edie Explains guide outlines how a green recovery can be delivered and the impacts that will have on businesses.
What is the green recovery? Where does business sustainability fit into its wider context? What is happening at a policy level? And what does the future hold for green recovery efforts? This edie Explains guide answers all of these questions and more.
Businesses are still awaiting certainty that national efforts, spearheaded by governments, to recover from the coronavirus pandemic will strengthen low-carbon and circular markets. In fact, very few corporate bailouts have been tied to environmental standards. With this in mind, the new Explains guide outlines the business implications of the green recovery, and how policy frameworks could shape new green markets.
The guide has been produced with assistance from supporting partners Centrica Business Solutions and explains everything you need to know about the green recovery.
edie is also inviting its readers to take part in a new Green Recovery survey that will help shape future content focused on the green recovery.
edie has launched a new survey giving readers in the CSR, sustainability and energy professions the chance to have their say on exactly how Covid-19 has affected their organisation, and what they make of the global green recovery movement.
The 20-question survey takes just a few minutes to complete and will provide a snapshot of how the economic, social and logistical impacts of coronavirus are affecting sustainable business - and whether professionals believe green recovery plans are up to standard.