Businesses failing to engage suppliers on setting emissions targets
A little over one-third of large corporates are engaging with suppliers on the climate crisis and carbon reduction, with new analysis warning that most organisations operating in supply chains do not have science-based targets in place.
World Water Week: 10 shocking facts about the global water crisis
As research released for World Water Week (27 August - 1 September) warns that more than 100 cities face flood-related risks similar to those currently being felt in Houston, edie dives deep into the data to pull out 10 alarming statistics which underline why businesses must act NOW.
Businesses urged to view water as economic risk rather than environmental issue
Efforts to combat water scarcity are "absent from the portfolios" of investors, and it is now the responsibility of the private sector to step up water efficiency practices to build understanding that water is an economic risk as well as an environmental one.
Carney warns of risks from climate change ‘tragedy of the horizon’
Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, has warned that climate change will lead to financial crises and falling living standards unless the world's leading countries do more to ensure that their companies come clean about their current and future carbon emissions.
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