Increasingly, companies incorporate sustainability into their operations. From planting trees to creating products using recycled materials, corporate sustainability employs a variety of strategies. Some companies stand out in that their sustainability measures are holistic and inclusive. In addition to addressing environmental issues such as greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and renewable energy, they address concerns such as workers’ rights, active stakeholder engagement and disclosure. As a result, they provide effective, long-term solutions to environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. Read More
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Many small- and medium-sized businesses can’t name key suppliers and don’t have contingency plans in place when disaster strikes, according to reports from Zurich Insurance. Read More
Alberta's climate change strategy includes a tax on carbon, a cap on oil sands emissions, a phasing out of coal-fired electricity and an emphasis on wind power. Read More
UK-based project developer Lightsource has announced its expansion into the rapidly growing solar power market of India. Read More
U.S. building firms are ready to meet consumer demand for greener, healthier, more efficient homes. Read More
Businesses have been urged to push for 'net-positive' in order to bridge the gap between a 'probable future' deprived of natural assets and a 'preferred future' where companies can prosper as sustainable leaders. Read More
National Grid, Willmott Dixon and M&S are among the big winners of edie's 2015 Sustainability Leaders Awards, announced at a glittering ceremony in London. Read More
The United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hosted a meeting on November 18, 2015 on the links between water management and disaster risk reduction, stressing that floods, droughts and cyclones have caused more than $1 trillion in damages and affected over 4 billion people since 1990. Read More
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