Spurs v Chelsea – ‘world’s first’ major net zero football match

The Premier League fixture will be supported by COP26 and Sky – looking to raise awareness for climate change within the game and urge supporters to take action

Sky hits target to power business with 100% renewable electricity

The media and entertainment giant states the shift has contributed to a 22.7% reduction in emissions across its Scope 1 and 2 emissions from a 2018 baseline

Sky launches ‘first climate change-focused primetime news show’

‘The Daily Climate Show’ will follow journalists across the globe as they investigate how climate change is affecting the world and its inhabitant’s livelihoods

Sky announced as Principal Media Partner for COP26

The broadcaster also launched new ‘Sustainable Productions Principles’ and the green ‘Planet Test’ initiative for sustainable productions

Sky’s commercial fleet upgraded with plug-in hybrid electric vans

The new vehicles will be used by the broadcaster’s engineers and are claimed to offer a 60% reduction in carbon dioxide emissions

‘Policy and business leadership could bring us closer to a net zero future’

That’s according to Fiona Ball, Director of Bigger Picture at Sky whose headline session kicked off Energy Live Xpo 2020

Net Zero is a huge challenge. But it is a challenge to which we are equal says Energy Minister

Watch Kwasi Kwarteng’s message ahead of our week long virtual conference

Sky Sports to broadcast first ‘albert certified’ live Premier League match

Liverpool versus Leeds United will be the ‘green’ match and is to take place on September 12th

Sky’s Bigger Picture: ‘This next decade is crucial for people to act’

That’s the suggestion from Fiona Ball, Director of ‘Bigger Picture’ at Sky who spoke to FNZ about the various ways media industry could drive positive change among an audience of millions

‘Most sustainable film and TV production site in the world’ given green light

The project is set to use reduced embodied carbon in construction and will have the capability to generate 20% of its own energy on-site through solar energy