Environment Secretary George Eustice set out his vision on how environmental protections can better deliver both for people and nature after Brexit.
This article is contributed by Nazli Choucri, Professor of Political Science, Senior Faculty at the Center of International Studies (CIS), and Faculty Affiliate at the Institute for Data, Science, and Society (IDSS) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Speaking exclusively with FN, Timberland president Jim Pisani talks President Trump, challenges to overcome and collaborations.
A collaboration between a renewable oil producer and a UK-based plastic recycling specialist is seeking to “revolutionise the way that plastic waste is treated around the globe”. In mid-August Teesside-based ReNew ELP and Finnish refinery giant Neste signed a Memorandum of Understanding that will see both companies work together to capitalise on the value of waste plastic as a raw material feedstock for the production of liquid hydrocarbons, chemicals and new plastics. In Europe, around 27 million tonnes of post-consumer plastic waste is generated each year. Approximately a third is currently collected for recycling, with the remainder either landfilled, incinerated or dumped, polluting vulnerable ecosystems.
As described in our article on sustainability incentivisation, a growing number of companies are linking executive pay to sustainability metrics. These are most commonly included in annual bonus/short-term incentive plans (STIPs), but are increasingly also reflected…