‘Only half’ of manufacturers on course to reach Paris Agreement targets

Only 10% of organisations worldwide are employing what Capgemini calls a ‘holistic approach’ to sustainable manufacturing

Concrete CCS plans to slash emissions from cement

Sulzer Chemtech and Blue Planet have developed a new technology they claim ‘more than offsets’ the carbon footprint of cement

Social housing: time to declare a climate emergency?

Jade Lewis, Chief Executive of the Sustainable Energy Association, examines the key role social housing providers must play in tackling carbon emissions and calls for the sector to declare a climate emergency and lead the way

Aksiom bolsters renewable portfolio with acquisition of Anesco

Anesco is responsible for the construction of 115 solar farms and energy storage facilities

‘Tougher measures needed’ for the UK to reach net zero by 2050

A new report claims the next decade is vital in the journey to net zero and warns the UK is not on track

Festival Net Zero – we’re changing venue!

We’ll now be hosting the event at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry

IEA: ‘We can’t reach net zero without investing in developing countries’

It claims that if the world is to reach net zero emissions by 2050, annual clean energy investment in developing economies must increase from $150bn to $1tn by 2030

£1bn of turnover signed up to Race to Zero in only two months

The FNZ Standard with CBN Expert is designed to create a simple way for smaller businesses to prove their environmental credentials, allowing them to track progress towards Race to Zero goals

Port of Tallinn ranked ‘most biodiverse company in the Baltics’

Swedish consultancy Ecogain rated the 50 largest companies in the Baltics and gave Port of Tallinn the highest rating for its sustainable development goals

ABB commits to electrifying 10,000-vehicle fleet by 2030

It has also committed to sourcing 100% renewable electricity by the end of the decade