Major cities are forging ahead with plans to cut greenhouse gas emissions, but buy-in from key stakeholders is vital to achieve measurable change
‘It requires the whole supply chain to work together and focus on delivering solutions for the right reasons’
With policies shifting towards cleaner sources of energy, stranded assets associated with fossil fuels can represent a huge risk to company balance sheets
Restorative business models, which aim to put back more into the environment, economy and society than they take out, are hard to achieve, but more organisations are trying
In an era of ever-rising ecommerce, consumers and delivery firms increasingly demand cleaner logistics, but who is driving change?
Improving systems’ efficiency and using renewable energy in IT are just two ways of cutting carbon emissions
With great fanfare, China and the US – the world’s largest carbon emitters – announced on the sidelines of the G20 summit in September that they would ratify the Paris climate change agreement, formally committing them to stop catastrophic temperature rises. They do not have long to act.
From Stockholm to rural India and China’s megacities, innovations in residential energy, materials, appliances and furnishings can radically reduce our carbon footprint over the next decade and beyond