Sustainability has become one of the hottest topics in all spheres of life, and the corporate world is no different. Some companies are frontrunners in sustainable development, but dishonesty and deceit regarding green initiatives — greenwashing — is a common issue.
Impactalpha, Nov. 25 – A shift of up to $50 billion by the world’s largest pension fund has sent a message to the world’s biggest asset managers.
QUEZON CITY will ban single-use plastics and disposable materials in hotels and restaurants, the local government said in a statement. Mayor Ma. Josefina G. Belmonte signed an ordinance that prohibits the distribution and use of singe-use plastics and disposable materials, including cutlery for dine-in purposes in all hotels and restaurants in the city. Materials covered by the ban for dine-in customers of hotels and restaurants are plastic spoons, forks and knives, plastic and paper cups, plates, straws, stirrers and styrofoam.
When nonprofits try to plan for scale, systems change, and sustainability at the same time, they can find the expectations for achieving each at odds with each other. The answer is a flexible approach that focuses on the mission.
Blue Bottle Coffee just announced that it will be doing away with all disposable coffee cups and coffee-bean bags at two pilot locations in the Bay Area in 2020.
A sweeping ban on single-use plastics, including straws and plastic cutlery, has been approved by the Atlanta City Council……
Specialty chemicals company Archroma announced the appointment of Heike van de Kerkhof, who will replace Alexander Wessels as CEO.
Leading against single-use plastics, further slashing carbon emissions and building circular business models are some of the key goals outlined in the European Commission’s Green Deal.
Rwanda stands out as an example of environmental sustainability in Africa with a new green city project breaking ground in Kigali in early 2020.
The right way to think about, and support, carbon capture and utilization.