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These 30 youthful visionaries will have the opportunity to develop their sustainability skills and knowledge throughout the year through bespoke content and events

Rising stars of sustainability: edie's 30 under 30 class of 2019 revealed

Aspiring young sustainability, CSR and energy professionals from the likes of the BBC, innocent Drinks, Formula E and Harrods have been announced as the inaugural members of edie's brand new 30 Under 30 initiative for 2019.

The edie 30 Under 30 will provide a springboard for the best and boldest young sustainability and energy professionals to develop their careers

Are you a rising sustainability star? Nominations open for new '30 Under 30' campaign

Ambitious young sustainability business leaders are invited to join 30 Under 30 – an all-new networking programme for young sustainability and energy professionals to share ideas and further their careers.

Milikin and Barcenas discuss some of the brewer’s notable achievements to date. Photo credit for Ezgi Barcenas: Bloomberg

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the green room with AB InBev's Tony Milikin and Ezgi Barcenas

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of a leading sustainable business: Ab InBev's chief sustainability and procurement officer Tony Milikin and global vice president of sustainability Ezgi Barcenas.

edie's Matt Mace and Ball Corporation's Ramon Arratia discuss the new resource efficiency paradigm

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the Green Room with Ball's Ramon Arratia

Welcome back to the green room - edie's exclusive interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide the insights of a leading sustainable business: Ball Corporation's sustainability director Ramon Arratia.

The average UK-based sustainability professional is set to earn around £29,000 more than the British average salary this year

How do sustainability professionals' salaries compare to the national average?

The average salary for UK-based sustainability professionals has fallen over the past two years after a period of overall low wage growth for the nation, a new survey has found. But, how do the industry's levels of pay, job satisfaction and gender equality compare to the national average?

edie's George Ogleby sits down with Futerra's Solitaire Townsend to discuss sustainability leaderships

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: edie Live review, susty superheroes and a World Cup quiz

Episode 43 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie reflect on its flagship event in Birmingham - featuring interviews from the likes of Futerra, Global Action Plan and Adnams - before the team are quizzed on the sustainability of the FIFA 2018 World Cup.

This episode features interviews with Kaitlin Crouch from ING, Bill Eyres from O2, Alexandra Stubbings from Talik & Co and the Forum’s chair Simon Cohen

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Day Two at the Sustainability Leaders Forum

Following on from yesterday's podcast covering day one of the Sustainability Leaders Forum, edie's senior reporter Matt Mace brings listeners a range of interviews from the likes of O2 and ING.

edie dusts off the podcast recorder to bring listeners a range of interviews from the Forum and the Sustainability Leaders Awards for part one of this returning episode

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: We're back and at the Sustainability Leaders Forum (Part One)

After a short winter break, edie's Sustainable Business Covered podcast returns to bring you a two-part episode featuring a range of interviews from speakers and delegates and the Sustainability Leaders Forum.

The ‘How to embed the SDGs’ masterclass will be free to watch live at 11am on Tuesday 14 November and will be made available for anyone to watch on-demand afterwards

Tune into edie's free 30-minute masterclass on embedding the Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainability professionals are invited to tune into a free online masterclass taking place on Tuesday 14 November which will explore how organisations can effectively align their corporate strategies with the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The Sustainable Development Goals – a call to action for all

The many goals and even more targets (17 goals and 169 targets, to be precise) making up the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are so wide and so far reaching, that engagement from governments alone is not enough to achieve them. Thankfully, there is a general acknowledgement "out there" that participation is also required from private businesses, local authorities and civil society to build a strong sense of ownership by all. This is our world, our home and such a good planet is hard to come by, so let's do this!

Carillion's chief sustainability officer David Picton met with edie's senior reporter Matt Mace at the construction company's London offices

Sustainable Business Covered podcast: In the green room with Carillion's David Picton

Welcome back to the green room - edie's new interview hub for sustainability leaders, brought to you as part of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast. Up next to provide his pearls of wisdom is Carillion's chief sustainability officer David Picton.

The 'How to achieve business-buy-in for sustainability' masterclass will be free to watch live at 11am on 22 June, and will be made available on-demand afterwards

TODAY AT 11AM (BST): 30-minute masterclass on achieving business buy-in for sustainability

A free online masterclass will be held today, Thursday 22 June, to help sustainability and CSR professionals effectively engage internal stakeholders in projects and initiatives and ensure the message is not getting lost between departments.

Since 1996, Interface has reduced its cradle-to-gate carbon emissions from products from an average of 20kg per square metre to around 7kg

Interface unveils 'carbon-negative' carpet tile prototype

Using innovative plant-derived materials, global flooring manufacturer Interface has unveiled a first-of-its-kind carpet tile with a negative carbon footprint.

Currently, around 6% of executive boards seats in top 100 UK-headquartered energy firms are held by women

Breaking barriers: Improving gender equality in the energy sector

EXCLUSIVE: Britain's energy industry is not moving fast enough to drive gender equality at a board and executive level, and there remains a misconception that women do not have the skills or technical abilities to become energy managers.

(Top-left to bottom-right): ING's Léon Wijnands, Danone's Emmanuelle Wargon, Statoil's Charlotte Wolff-Bye, and Adnams' Andy Wood spoke at the Sustainability Leaders Forum

Challenges, opportunities and priorities: Sustainability leaders answer the big questions

What is the biggest challenge facing sustainability professionals? What makes an effective CSR leader? And what should be at the top of your list of priorities for 2017? Last week's Sustainability Leaders Forum was the perfect opportunity to find out...

Each video features a different sustainability expert discussing a particular skillset, coming together to reveal what makes a successful sustainability leader. (Scroll down to play videos)

Video The skills you need to become a sustainability leader

What makes a great sustainability leader? Here, edie rounds up all of our 'sustainability skills' videos filmed over the past month, and brings you a final episode on how to effectively lead your company's CSR strategy - marking the start of our Sustainability Leadership Month.

Carillion's chief sustainability officer David Picton discusses the role of ‘The Storyteller’ within a sustainability team. (Scroll down to play video).

Video 60-second sustainability skill - The Storyteller

The penultimate episode of our series of sustainability skills videos sees Carillion's chief sustainability officer David Picton explain the importance of being a good storyteller when looking to drive positive change within your organisation and beyond.

Supply Chain Sustainability School chair Shaun McCarthy discusses the role of ‘The Collaborator’ within a sustainability team. (Scroll down to play video).

Video 60-second sustainability skill - The Collaborator

The next in our series of sustainability skills videos sees Supply Chain Sustainability School chair Shaun McCarthy explain how sustainability professionals can use collaborative skills and techniques to drive positive change within their organisation and beyond.

The Body Shop's international commitment & corporate communications director Kate Levine discusses the role of ‘The Influencer’ in a sustainability team. (Scroll down to play video).

Video 60-second sustainability skill - The Influencer (Part 2)

The next in our mini-series of short videos produced as part of edie's 'sustainability skills' month sees The Body's Shop's Kate Levine give her take on the importance of influencing skills for sustainability professionals to drive positive change within their organisation and beyond.

Swarovski's vice president of sustainability Dax Lovegrove discusses the role of ‘The Disruptor’ within a sustainability team. (Scroll down to play video).

Video 60-second sustainability skill - The Disruptor

In part four of our series of sustainability skills videos, Swarovski's new vice president of sustainability Dax Lovegrove explains the importance of using disruptive innovation to drive positive change within your organisation and beyond.

How can a sustainability professional inspire and encourage people to change? Paul Toyne spoke to edie at the RSA building in London. (Scroll down to play video).

Video 60-second sustainability skill - The Motivator

Part three of our mini-series of sustainability skills videos sees London Sustainable Development Commissioner and sustainability expert Paul Toyne explain how sustainability professionals can utilise motivational skills to drive positive change within their organisation and beyond.

(L-R): BT's Scott Balloch, M&S's Munish Datta, Land Securities' Caroline Hill, Covestro's Richard Northcote and panel chair Essex University professor Catherine Cameron

Communication skills crucial for energy managers to deliver efficiency programmes, say experts

Advances in technology have created a viable and economic business case for companies to implement energy efficiency programmes, but those programmes will only be successfully delivered if the business benefits are effectively translated to the boardroom and staff.

Companies are having to navigate the minefields of green innovation and low-carbon start-ups to find the required sharp young minds to progress CSR programmes

Human capital: Why low-carbon innovations must grow hand-in-hand with new sustainability skills

Companies that are driving the global low-carbon transition do so through the effective use of clean technology and a willingness to embrace new businesses models, but are the next generation of green businesses leaders primed with the right skills to push the sustainability agenda even further?

What are the key steps that should be put in place to ensure sustainable innovation can grow from concept to reality? (Scroll down for video)

Video 60-second sustainability skill - The Innovator

In the second part of a new series of sustainability skills videos, Interface's co-innovation partner Jon Khoo explains how sustainability professionals can utilise innovation skills to drive positive change within their organisation and beyond.

How can influencing skills be used by sustainability professionals change the behaviours of key stakeholders and customers? (Scroll down for video)

Video 60-second sustainability skill - The Influencer (Part 1)

In the first of a brand new series of short videos produced as part of edie's 'sustainability skills' month, green business leader-turned advisor Richard Gillies explains the influencing skills that sustainability professionals can use to drive positive change within their organisation and beyond.

The month of November sees edie shift the editorial spotlight from green buildings to skills

Kering and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation launch separate sustainability curriculum modules

French apparel company Kering has launched a new curriculum to gain understanding of the environmental impacts of student fashion designs, just days after the Ellen MacArthur Foundation moved to place circular economy into International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum.

Listen to exclusive interviews with former candidate on The Apprentice Jenny Garbis (left) and PwC's director of corporate sustainability Bridget Jackson (right)

The Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Episode 12 - From green apprentice to sustainability leader

As The Apprentice returns to our TV screens for its 12th series, edie speaks exclusively to a former candidate who has big renewable energy ambitions, and a sustainability leader who has developed a unique solution to the complex challenge of behaviour change.


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