Taking place TODAY: edie's online Net-Zero Carbon Inspiration Sessions
Sustainability specialists from Pukka Herbs, Virgin Media O2, Costain and the Zero Carbon Forum are among our host of expert speakers for our digital Net-Zero Carbon Inspiration Sessions, taking place TODAY (25 November).
Sustainability Leaders Awards 2022: Shortlist of finalists revealed
After a record-breaking year of hundreds of entries across 23 categories, edie is proud to announce the shortlist of finalists for the Sustainability Leaders Awards 2022! Drumroll please...
COP26 Covered Podcast final episode: The COP26 legacy for business, Glasgow & future generations
A reflective final episode of this mini-series of podcasts sees Luke, Matt and Sarah re-unite to discuss the impacts that COP26 could have on people, industry and the planet - featuring interviews with a young documentary filmmaker, a Glaswegian climate leader and the sustainability director at Formula E.
Activists in the boardroom: The Body Shop's Youth Council on the future of sustainable business
At COP26, the Body Shop explored how a youth council could ensure that younger generations had their voices and issues heard by decision makers. Here, edie summarises what this youth council wants to see from businesses moving forward.
COP26 Covered Podcast episode 11: Innovation special - Corporate accelerators, EV revolutions and green submarines
To mark Innovation Day, Luke rides across Glasgow on a rickshaw to speak with three leaders across the climate innovation value chain, including corporate accelerator Project X Global, electric performance carmaker Polestar, and a net-positive submarine concept, Oceanways.
COP26 Covered Podcast episode 10: Spotlight on adaptation, food waste and 'climate fatalism'
On the day which saw world leaders take on 'Adaptation, Loss and Damage', COP26 Covered shone a spotlight on some of the practical solutions needed to accelerate climate action– featuring leader interviews with the Rainforest Alliance, WRAP, and Solitaire Townsend at Futerra.
COP26 Covered podcast episode 7: Youth climate marches and the role of sustainability leaders
To mark Youth and Public Empowerment Day of COP26, Sarah speaks with two leading youth activists and campaigners, while Matt joins a climate march through Glasgow to discuss how businesses can move from 'blah, blah, blah' to 'action, action action'.
COP26 Covered podcast episode 6: Net-zero transitions, resilient cities and Pokemon protests
The team are re-united in the Blue Zone to reflect on a fast and furious Energy Day of COP26, featuring chats with the Energy Transitions Commission, Resilient Cities Network and Mastercard - and we catch an army of Pikachus outside of the COP walls.
COP26 Covered Podcast episode 4: Business action plans, Scope 3 conundrums and a climate finance movie night
After a sleepness night in Glasgow, the edie team bring you a jam-packed fourth episode of COP26 Covered, featuring sideline sustainability chats with business leaders, NGOs and industry groups - plus we talk climate finance a swanky uptown cocktail bar.
COP26 Covered Podcast episode 3: Chaotic queues, consumer engagement and a youth climate ferry
In this bumper third episode of edie's COP26 Covered podcast, the team (finally) get through the security gates of the climate summit and split up to deliver a jam-packed episode featuring chats with shoemaker Vivobarefoot, The Behavioural Insights Team, and the organiser of a youth-focused fringe event on-board a ferry.
COP26 Covered Podcast episode 2: All aboard the Climate Train to Glasgow
In this second episode of edie's brand-new COP26 Covered podcast, the team join 500 policymakers, environmental groups and youth activists on-board The Climate Train up to Glasgow, for a sustainable rail journey featuring leader interviews, climate card games and – of course – bagpipes.
COP26 Covered Podcast episode 1: COP26 preview, Glasgow preparations and Bonnie the Seal
In the first episode of edie's brand-new COP26 Covered podcast, the team discuss the potential successes (and failures) of the climate talks, along with the key events, sessions and people to look out for over the next two weeks - with a special mention to the official COP26 mascot, Bonnie the Seal/Rat.
COP26 Covered: edie launches brand-new daily podcast show
To support our extensive editorial coverage of COP26 over the next two weeks, edie's award-winning content team has launched a brand-new podcast show which will broadcast from Glasgow, every day of the climate summit (31 October – 12 November).
Better Business: edie launches new report series on purpose-driven corporate strategies
edie has published the first report in a new series exploring how board-level business representatives are transforming ambition into action to improve corporate approaches to purpose, sustainability and the climate crisis.
What are the sustainable business opportunities of COP26?
With COP26 fast approaching, edie spoke to a number of sustainability professionals during its recent Climate Action Workshops to find out how they plan to harness the momentum of the global summit and translate it into tangible corporate action.
Why planet over profit is best for business
Fresh Prep Co-Founder Dhruv Sood discusses how a planet approach to business is not only the right thing to do, but is the only way of achieving a sustainable economy.
A force for good: How B Corps are shaping the future of sustainable business
With the B Corp movement continuing to gain momentum, this one-hour webinar will hear from the inspirational leaders and experts who have gone through the certification process and are actively making business a force for good among workers, suppliers, communities, and the environment.
Available to watch on-demand: edie's B Corp and sustainable business webinar
edie ran a one-hour webinar on Thursday 7 October outlining how companies, including edie's publisher Faversham House and manufacturer PZ Cussons, are actively making business a force for good through the B Corp movement.
edie announced as official Race to Zero Accelerator and media partner ahead of COP26
edie has today (21 September) been announced as an official "Accelerator" of the UN-backed Race to Zero campaign as part of a concerted effort to build momentum for the global race to net-zero emissions in the run-up to the COP26 climate talks.
What makes a sustainability leader? Meet the Business of the Year the Midcounties Co-operative
With the entry deadline for edie's 2022 Sustainability Leaders Awards less than a month away, this series showcases the achievements of previous winners and reveals their secrets to success. Up next: Winner of our Business of the Year award, the Midcounties Co-operative.
edie gears up for return to live events with COP26 Climate Action Workshops
Members of the Sustainability and Net-Zero Leaders Clubs and affiliate 30 Under 30 programme are set to attend their first live edie event experience since the coronavirus pandemic, with a COP26-themed workshop event taking place in London next month.
Now available on-demand: edie's nature-based solutions and climate adaptation online sessions
edie's Inspiration Sessions on climate adaptation and nature-based solutions, featuring experts fro, Unilever, the FAIRR Initiative, Nomad Foods, Grosvenor and more, are now available to watch on-demand.
COP26 Action Tracker: Nations urged to respond to IPCC report as Cambo oilfield row rolls on
With less than 100 days to go until COP26, this new series from edie will provide a regular temperature check of global climate action from nations and businesses.
COP26 Focus Week: edie to run dedicated week of climate action in September
The edie team will run a week of dedicated COP26 content in early September, featuring online events, exclusive interviews, in-depth reports and insightful opinion pieces, all tailored towards the crucial climate summit in Glasgow later this year.
Asda to move entire company car fleet to EVs by 2025
Asda has confirmed it will move its entire company car fleet of 600 vehicles to electric by 2025, a move that will save more than 2,000 tonnes of carbon emissions on the road to net-zero.
Circular economy attracting $1.3trn in annual investments, but dwarfed by linear spending models
Governments, investors and corporates collectively funnel more than $1.3trn annually into circular economy initiatives, but this is just a fraction of the money that is currently spent on linear methods of consumption and resource use.
#SustyTalk: Kingfisher's Caroline Laurie on business, biodiversity and green finance
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with an exclusive discussion Kingfisher's head of responsible business and sustainability Caroline Laurie.
Your time to shine: edie’s Sustainability Leaders Awards are back with a bang for 2022
After a tough and extraordinary year, the Sustainability Leaders Awards are back, bigger and better than ever – celebrating the incredible people, projects and partnerships that are accelerating climate action and transforming business, for good.
How to be a net-zero winner
As part of edie's Net-Zero Carbon Playbook, Centrica Business Solution's net-zero product manager Alex Lowe explains the steps that organisations can take to thrive during the net-zero transition.
Net-Zero Carbon Playbook: edie launches new business blueprint report
edie has launched a new report that acts as a business blueprint of key considerations for the UK private sector to assist with efforts to reach net-zero carbon emissions.
Unilever, Google and Amazon among new Business Alliance to Scale Climate Solutions
Major businesses including Salesforce, Amazon, Netflix, Unilever and Microsoft have formed a new alliance aimed at mobilising funding for scalable climate solutions.
BT cuts emissions by 14% over 12-month period
Over the last 12 months, BT Group has reduced the carbon intensity of its operations by 14%, putting the company on course to reach net-zero emissions by 2045, while broadcaster Sky has had carbon reduction targets for its net-zero ambition approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
#SustyTalk: Edie Lush on making the SDGs resonate with individuals
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues during Engagement Week with the aptly named journalist and communications trainer Edie Lush discussing how sustainability professionals can breakdown the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into human-centric stories.
Carbon calculators and combatting greenwash: How will the advertising sector reach net-zero?
Last year, the advertising sector's trade body launched a new initiative to reach net-zero by 2030. To mark Engagement Week, edie explores how the sector is collaborating to meet this milestone while also spurring a wider culture change that informs the public on sustainable products and services.
Engagement Week 2021: edie kicks off bumper week of sustainability reporting and communications content
From 4-7 May, edie brings its readers Engagement Week 2021, a series of podcasts, blogs, live events and interviews all focused on helping sustainability professionals achieve excellence when it comes to reporting and communications.
Available to watch on-demand: edie's biodiversity webinar featuring Kering and Unilever
Speakers from Kering, Unilever and the Woodland Trust discussed the role of biodiversity in shaping and assisting sustainability strategies on a webinar that took place on Wednesday (21 April). A recording of the sessions is available to watch on-demand.
SustyTalk: Planet Patrol's Lizzie Carr on single-use plastics and business activism
edie's #SustyTalk series continues during Circular Economy Week, with Planet Patrol's founder and activist Lizzie Carr discussing public attitudes towards single-use plastics and how businesses can become activists to help create a closed-loop future.
What does sustainable business leadership look like in 2021? edie publishes results of flagship survey
edie has today published a comprehensive report breaking down exactly what 'business leadership' looks like as the UK strives to build back from the coronavirus pandemic through a green recovery focused on low-carbon ambitions and a just transition.
How can businesses help women reach their full potential?
International Women's Day is themed Choose to Challenge, because with challenge comes change. If we don't challenge our systems, biases, and barriers, we won't make progress on gender equality.
Pearson targets net-zero carbon by 2030
Learning and education company Pearson has built on science-based targets set last year to commit to net-zero emissions in the next decade, as part of a new sustainable business plan published alongside an updated company strategy.
EDP's renewables target and eBay supports social enterprises: 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.
#SustyTalk: Virgin Media's Katie Buchanan on net-zero targets and social sustainability
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with an exclusive discussion with Virgin Media's head of sustainability Katie Buchanan, following the launch of a new Meaningful Connections sustainability strategy.
Sustainability Leaders Awards 2021: Winners revealed at glittering virtual ceremony
Willmott Dixon, the Midcounties Co-operative and Virgin Media were among the big winners of edie's 2021 Sustainability Leaders Awards, announced at a fun-packed virtual awards ceremony on Wednesday afternoon (3 February).
WATCH: Dame Polly Courtice's inspiring Lifetime Achievement Award acceptance speech
Dame Polly Courtice delivered a galvanising call to action for future business leaders as part of her Lifetime Achievement Award acceptance speech at edie's Sustainability Leaders Awards 2021 Wednesday afternoon (3 February), claiming "this is the generation that still has time to change everything for the better".
Finance and policy: The external drivers forcing businesses to take climate action
Sustainability professionals have often found frustration when trying to embed CSR across an entire organisation, but the mainstreaming of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) investing looks set to create new momentum behind the green recovery.
Last chance to register: COP26 business champion Andrew Griffith to deliver keynote at the Sustainability Leaders Forum
edie has today (29 January) confirmed a final addition to the Sustainability Leaders Forum speaker line-up in the form of Andrew Griffith MP, who will deliver a keynote speech about the business opportunity of COP26 on the second day of the virtual event, which runs from 2-4 February.
One week left to book your place at edie's Sustainability Leaders Awards
There is still time to book your ticket for edie's award-winning Sustainability Leaders Forum and Sustainability Leaders Awards, which will recognise excellence in corporate sustainability via a prestigious virtual ceremony taking place next week.
Sustainability Skills Seminars: edie introduces educational final day to Sustainability Leaders Forum
edie's award-winning events team has organised dedicated "Skills Seminars" to run on the third and final day of the Sustainability Leaders Forum (2-4 February), educating and empowering sustainability and CSR professionals to lead on climate action in 2021.
The 2021 Sustainable Business Leadership Survey (8 minutes)
From Covid-19 to COP26, this flagship annual survey asks sustainability, CSR and energy leaders about the biggest drivers, challenges and opportunities facing green business in 2021.
#SustyTalk: Suntory Beverage & Food's Michelle Norman on net-zero, plastics and the green recovery
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with Suntory Beverage & Food GB&I's Michelle Norman revisiting the company's key climate and plastics milestones from 2020 and looking ahead to what this year will hold for corporate sustainability.
#SustyTalk: How can the built environment deliver a green recovery?
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with a special panel discussion on the green recovery for the built environment, featuring Bennetts Associates' director Peter Fisher and FORE Partnership's managing director Basil Demeroutis.
Why sustainability and profitability are not mutually exclusive
With consumers and organisations alike beginning to listen to the plea of scientists over the catastrophic impact of failing to act, the issue of climate change has been edging up the business agenda for some time now. While seemingly unrelated, the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has created a seismic jolt across businesses - underlining the need for a stable and sustainable future.
Available to watch on demand: Webinar on making 2021 the 'super year' for corporate sustainability
edie's most recent explored the redefinition of corporate sustainability leadership in 2021, through the lens of buildings and transport, the Sustainable Development Goals and net-zero strategies, featuring expert insight from Anglian Water, Business in the Community and EDF Energy. A recording of the session is now available to watch.
#SustyTalk: Polestar's Fredrika Klarén on EVs and lifetime emissions
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with the electric vehicle (EV) manufacturer Polestar's head of sustainability Fredrika Klarén discussing the net-zero transport transition.
To meet our net-zero targets, we must make lasting and significant changes to our business
Last week's announcement from the Prime Minister marked a critical moment in the UK's journey towards achieving the country's net-zero target. Sky's chief executive outlines what this means for the business.
BEIS, Lego Group and Anglian Water confirmed among latest wave of speakers for Sustainability Leaders Forum
The chief executive of Anglian Water, Peter Simpson, and Minister for Business Energy and Clean Growth Kwasi Kwarteng are among the latest headline speakers that will feature at edie's biggest event of the year - the Sustainability Leaders Forum - which takes place as a global, virtual event on 2-4 February 2021.
The Great Reinvention: Cracking the code for circular economy business model innovation
After participating in edie's 'Business Model Innovation' open roundtable at Net-Zero Live earlier this month, sustainable business expert and commentator Mike Townsend explores four key shifts in search of the 'holy grail' - how we can transition to circular business models that are sustainable and profitable, yet also attractive for customers and suppliers.
edie scoops another prestigious award for Sustainability Leaders Forum
edie's flagship Sustainability Leaders Forum has built on consecutive Bronze accolades at the annual Conference Awards by being awarded Silver in the coveted Conference of the Year category.
#SustyTalk: Counting down to COP26 with Chapter Zero, the Green Alliance and Fundación Avin
for Net-Zero November, edie hosts a special #SustyTalk video panel discussion on preparations for COP26 with the Green Alliance's Shaun Spiers, Chapter Zero's Susan Hooper and Fundación Avin and the UNFCCC's advisory panel's Ramiro Fernandez.
Oatly slashes emissions with all-electric truck fleet
Vegan food brand Oatly has reduced transport-related emissions across key delivery routes in Sweden by almost 90%, after switching to an all-electric fleet of trucks provided by technology company Einride.
Can business models act as carbon sinks to reach net-zero?
To kickstart edie's Net-Zero November, carpet manufacturer Interface's head of sustainability Jon Khoo reflects on the company's own ambitious Climate Take Back strategy, as well as discussing how business mindsets and models can "act like carbon sinks" to transform corporates into zero-impact organisations.
6 in 10 UK SMEs believe net-zero and the green recovery is good for business
Almost two-thirds (61%) of small and medium-sized businesses in Britain believe that the move to a greener economy post-Covid-19 presents positive opportunities, a new poll of more than 500 SMEs has found.
What makes a sustainability leader? Get to know Willmott Dixon's award-winning team
With the 2021 Sustainability Leaders Awards entry deadline approaching, this new feature series showcases the achievements of the 2020 winners and reveals their secrets to success. Up first: The winner of our Team of the Year award, Willmott Dixon Group.
Sustainability Leaders Awards 2021: Meet the judges
With the 2021 Sustainability Leaders Awards entry deadline approaching, edie takes a closer look at the esteemed panel of judges who will be presiding over this year's submissions.
Available to watch on demand: edie's green recovery webinar sessions
Expert speakers gave insight and advice during a free set of green recovery-themed webinars and masterclasses that took place on Wednesday 23 September. You can watch the sessions, featuring the Aldersgate Group, BT, Bank of England, Ella's Kitchen, UKGBC on demand.
Tate & Lyle has carbon goals approve by Science Based Targets initiative
Food and drink ingredient supplier Tate & Lyle has had goals to reduce operational and value chain emissions approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
#SustyTalk: Lloyds Banking Group's James Wilde on financing the green recovery
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with Lloyds Banking Group's head of sustainability James Wilde taking part in a virtual discussion on financing the green recovery, as well as providing an update on the bank's efforts to halve its emissions.
Sustainability Leaders Awards open for entries ahead of virtual ceremony
edie is proud to announce that the UK's largest and most prestigious sustainable business awards scheme has opened for entries, offering organisations and individuals the opportunity to be recognised and celebrated for leading on sustainability, energy and climate action.
Sustainability must be at the heart of C-Suite thinking for the 'new normal' in the wake of Covid-19
Covid-19 has been a wake-up call for many CEOs when it comes to sustainability. While many companies had already increased their actions and commitment to sustainability pre-Covi-19, the pandemic has seemingly acted as a catalyst for urgent action on climate change.
#SustyTalk: Velux's Ingrid Reumert on lifetime emissions and the ecological crisis
edie's SustyTalk series continues with Velux's VP for global communications, sustainability & public affairs Ingrid Reumert discussing how the window and blind manufacturer plans to account for its historic carbon emissions in order to become "lifetime carbon neutral".
Building resilience for a real recovery: The challenge is six fold
It is too early to guess what the new normal will be for business, however it is clear that resilience will take centre stage.
In charts: How the UK's green recovery is taking shape
EXCLUSIVE: An edie survey of more than 240 sustainability, energy and CSR professionals across the UK has revealed exactly what they make of the global reen recovery movement, and provided an update on how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted day-to-day work in this sector. Here are the results...
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.
#SustyTalk: ITV's Julia Giannini on science-based targets, supply chains and disclosure
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with content editor Matt Mace discussing ITV's new science-based carbon targets with the company's senior manager of Social Purpose Julia Giannini.
The 'Sustainability Innovators' mindset
What is the right mindset for sustainability innovation? This blog introduces four characteristics to help innovators adopt the right mentality and approach for a sustainable future.
Sustainable Business Covered podcast: Carbon labelling, office space and new normal leadership
Episode 89 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast delivers three exclusive interviews with sustainability leads at tech manufacturer Logitech, flexible office provider Workspace and an in-depth chat with global white goods firm Arcelik's chief executive Hakan Bulgurlu.
How can sustainability professionals rise to the challenge of the climate emergency and Covid-19?
Sustainability leaders must be willing to reject the status quo and brave enough to lead transformational change if organisations are to craft meaningful responses to current and future crises, a new report has concluded.
ESG disclosure 'firmly in the mainstream' for corporate reporting
New analysis of global reporting frameworks and requirements for corporate sustainability has found that environmental, social and governance (ESG) disclosure is becoming a crucial aspect of corporate transparency.
Putting young people at the heart of a greener post-Covid recovery
At the start of 2020, few of us could have predicted the changes and upheaval that we have experienced together in the first six months of this year. As we emerge tentatively from lockdown across Europe, we now face the challenge of recovery as local, national and global communities, with the many social and environmental imperatives that Covid-19 has brought to the fore.
#SustyTalk: Natura's Keyvan Macedo on brand purpose and net-zero
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with Natura's senior sustainability manager Keyvan Macedo outlining the company's recent net-zero commitments and the role of brand purpose in reaching that ambition.
#SustyTalk: Hitachi Europe's Hans Daems on the evolution of CSR in the new normal
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with Hitachi Europe's head of public affairs Hans Daems offering his thoughts on the evolution of corporate CSR as we begin to emerge out of lockdown and head towards a "new normal".
Green recovery: Why resilience through the lens of sustainability is the only strategy
Business can never be the same again. If there is one lesson as we emerge from lockdown, it is how unacceptably vulnerable the machinery of commerce upon which our livelihoods depend is to shocks beyond our control.
Sustainable Business Covered podcast: The S in ESG, examining corporate social responsibility
Episode 86 of the Sustainable Business Covered podcast sees edie discuss social and community responses to the coronavirus pandemic, featuring a 40-minute interview with Neighbourly's chief executive Steve Butterworth and Penguin Random House's head of corporate responsibility Siena Parker.
#SustyTalk: Tate & Lyle's Anna Pierce on value chain sustainability
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with food ingredients firm Tate & Lyle's director of sustainability Anna Pierce discussing the firm's new environmental targets and why an approach to value chain emissions is crucial in building back better.
#SustyTalk: WSP UK's David Symons on net-zero pledges and a just recovery
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with environmental services firm WSP's director of sustainability David Symons discussing sector-wide pledges to net-zero emissions and how to build back better from the coronavirus pandemic.
Net-Zero Week Podcast (Two-part special): Green recoveries and net-zero strategy deep dives
For Net-Zero Week, the edie podcast is split into two parts, first to discuss green recoveries with Christiana Figueres, Jonathon Porritt and Paul Polman, before embarking on a deep dive of what makes a net-zero target with engineering firm Jacobs, online retailer Zalando and episode sponsors Centrica Business Solutions.
Achieving a green recovery: edie launches flagship Mission Possible 2020 report
edie has this week published its flagship Mission Possible 2020 report which focuses on how businesses can lead a green recovery from Covid-19, featuring contributions from the likes of John Elkington and Christiana Figueres along with senior representatives from Carlsberg, WorldGBC and the Sustainable Restaurant Association.
Available to watch on-demand: All Three days of of online Net-Zero Week events
Net-Zero Week was a themed week of editorial content and events dedicated to informing, inspiring and empowering sustainability and energy professionals on the road to a net-zero carbon future for their business, featuring three afternoons of online sessions which are available to watch on-demand.
Mission Possible: The 2020 report
This exclusive edie report explores how a green recovery from Covid-19 can be achieved across six of the UK's biggest industries: Utilities, Manufacturing, Construction, Retail, Hospitality & Leisure, and the Public Sector.
Chief value officers and ESG investors: What could green finance look like in the new normal?
Whatever the new normal looks like once nations have battled their way through the coronavirus, the recent rhetoric around green finance suggests that both internally externally, the value of sustainability to a business is set to grow.
Seven top tips to engage on sustainability during a global pandemic
edie recently hosted an afternoon of back-to-back online events exploring best-practice advice into communicating, engaging and reporting on sustainability. Against a backdrop of a global pandemic, panellists outlined their thoughts on how businesses can keep sustainability high up the corporate agenda.
Mission Possible: edie launches new sustainable business report for the retail sector
edie has published a new Mission Possible report today (12 May) outlining the key drives, challenges and opportunities facing sustainable businesses in the UK retail sector.
Available to watch on-demand:All three online events from the CSR reporting and communications sessions
edie ran a series of back-to-back online events on sustainability reporting and communications during the coronavirus pandemic, featuring speakers from Innocent Drinks, British American Tobacco, Toast Ale, Capgemini and more. All three sessions are now available to watch on-demand.
#SustyTalk: AB InBev's Ezgi Barcenas on sustainability innovation during lockdown
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with brewer AB InBev's global vice president for sustainability Ezgi Barcenas discussing how the supply chain engagement will change as a result of the coronavirus and how innovation can help unlock a new green economy.
#SustyTalk: Bournemouth University's Neil Smith on sustainable behaviour change during lockdown
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with Bournemouth University's sustainability manager Neil Smith discussing how he has adapted a university-wide sustainable behaviour change scheme to account for home working and how the organisation is explaining its net-zero target.
#SustyTalk: City to Sea's Rebecca Burgess on combatting single-use plastics during lockdown
edie's #SustyTalk interview series continues with not-for-profit campaigning organisation City to Sea's chief executive Rebecca Burgess discussing how the organisation is communicating with the public on the issue of single-use plastics during the coronavirus lockdown.
Innocent, Toast Ale, World GBC and more featuring in edie's ENGAGE Week (4-8 May)
Sustainability and reporting experts from a host of business and organisations have contributed to edie's ENGAGE Week of online content around communications and reporting, in the form of exclusive interviews, #SustyTalks and a free online event.
Nestlé UK reaches 100% renewables following 15-year Ørsted PPA
Nestlé UK has signed a 15-year corporate power purchase agreement with Ørsted meaning that from next month, all of the company's power consumption will be covered by renewable energy.
#SustyTalk: Earth Day 2020 special with Mike Barry, PwC, Virgin Media & Business Growth Hub
To mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day (22 April), edie brings you a bumper episode of #SustyTalk, with four sustainability and environmental experts connecting to discuss how businesses can continue championing climate action and enhancing sustainable development through lockdown and beyond.
#SustyTalk: Colas Rail's Claudia Dommett-Nöhren on how coronavirus is driving social sustainability
Next up in our series of at-home video interviews with sustainability leaders: Claudia Dommett-Nöhren, head of sustainability and innovation at railway infrastructure firm Colas Rail UK. In this 13-minute chat, Claudia discusses how the coronavirus pandemic is increasing the need to focus on the 'social' elements of sustainable business.