L’Oréal has published its Sharing Beauty with All 2018 sustainability program report, which shows a 77 percent drop in carbon emissions for its plants and distribution centres from 2005. The program, which aims to fight climate change, also highlighted that by the end of 2018 some 38 of the…
The CISL Accelerator are looking for early stage start-ups, entrepreneurs and SMEs to join our Innovators for Change Accelerator programme. This free online programme will guide a select cohort of innovators through a virtual support journey, designed to accelerate innovation that builds resilience in one of three areas: business continuity; socially inclusive services; or environmental protection.
In 2015, world leaders signed up to the Paris Agreement. A bold set of ambitious promises set to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels and therefore protect our communities, wildlife, oceans and natural ecosystems from the devastating effects of climate change. Nearly five years on, progress has been painfully slow and ineffective. Earlier this year, PACE released their second Circularity Gap Report which highlights that only 9% of the world is circular and that the trends all currently point to that figure getting worse, with resource extraction and emissions of greenhouse gases (GhG) increasing in the past two years.
The National Trust is phasing out single-use plastics from its shops and cafes by 2022, as efforts to tackle the issue of plastic waste gather pace. The charity, which looks after more than 500 historic properties, 775 miles of coastline and more than 600,000 acres of countryside, said it was committed to cutting down on waste. It has pledged to ensure all its shops are free of single-use plastics and remove all throwaway plastic bottles from its cafes by 2022.