Green investment good for economy and homeowners- AceOn Energy The managing director of pioneering renewable energy company AceOn Energy has welcomed the Chancellor’s £3billion ‘green investment’ funding programme to help the economy recover from the impact of lockdown. Announcement Rishi Sunak MP today announced a plan to create tens of thousands of jobs through bringing forward work on £8.8 billion of new infrastructure, decarbonisation and maintenance projects.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) themes became more prevalent in 2021 and will continue to do so in 2022. In light of the pandemic, climate concerns and digital transformation, many enterprises are setting ambitious sustainability goals. According to one industry analyst, “Corporate sustainability isn’t just here to stay – it is becoming a business imperative for organizations around the world.” Year-end is a good time to reflect on what we accomplished and what we learned (or confirmed) and to make a few predictions for the new year.
Airlines should get ahead of regulators by voluntarily eliminating single-use plastic within five years, the chief executive of Portuguese charter Hi Fly said, ahead of a Thursday forum on replacements for plastics on commercial flights.
Keen to embrace the sustainability trend? These expert tips will guide you towards greener living. Sustainability is something that we need to start thinking about in every aspect of life. Giving your home a bit of a makeover can increase your property value significantly, but how can you do this in a way that isn’t harmful to the environment? More importantly, what steps can you take to make your home more sustainable and kinder to the planet? Here are some useful tips.
Urgent, real-world problems need creative ideas. The NGV and Creative Victoria has set designers a challenge.
SOUFRIERE, St. Lucia–The Government of Saint Lucia continues its thrust to achieve long-term development which seeks to include Sustainable Development Goals, climate change resilience and the economic growth of the country.
As Nina knows well, Forestry at UBC is about much more than lumberjacks. During high school in Ottawa, Nina always enjoyed spending time in nature. Excited by encouraging others to get outside, she set up her own program at her school named Women for the Environment and the Great Outdoors. Nina chose UBC Forestry for her next step, and she is now continuing to explore the relationships between people and forests, as well as the plants, animals, air, and water in forested areas. During her time at UBC she’s conducted research on Douglas-fir and Western larch seedlings, climbed her first mountain, taken her first dip in the Pacific Ocean, and will graduate ready for an outdoor career of her choice.