For a successful transition to net zero, we need both to propel forward innovative, scalable, decarbonising technologies and to ensure that they are sustainable throughout the supply chain. The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) Accelerator is uniquely positioned to foster competitive, sustainability-led, growth-driven companies. This programme is designed for scaling up companies with novel technology-based products that have rapid market adoption and high impact potential for the net zero transition. The priority technology areas are renewable energy generation, distribution, storage, demand reduction, efficiency and electrification of energy use.
This interview is the first of a series of interviews that I am conducting with eco-theatre professionals over the next couple of months. Thierry Leonardi has been working for culture for the last 25 years. He has been the Lyon Opera Ballet General Manager from 1995 to 2015 and the sustainability officer of the Lyon Opera from 2008 to 2015. Since 2016 he has worked as a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) consultant with cultural organisations, helping them to formalize and implement their sustainability strategies and road maps. He is a member of the labelling committee of French CSR label Lucie26000.
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Virgin Orbit is one step closer to getting approval to launch satellites from Guam, a US island territory in the Western Pacific.
The Federal Aviation Administration on August 27 released its final environmental assessment that found “no significant impact” for Virgin Orbit to conduct launches using its Boeing 747-400 carrier aircraft and LauncherOne rocket from Andersen Air Force Base in Guam.
William Pomerantz, Vice President of special projects at Virgin Orbit, was quoted saying that the favorable environmental review marks a “significant step towards achieving our launch license for orbital spaceflight from Guam. We’re very grateful to the team at the FAA for the constant dialogue as we have moved through the process.”
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