Circular business models and greater material efficiency of products in the transport and built environment sectors could reduce emissions by 3.6 billion tonnes annually – putting the globe on course to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement.
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It’s hard to imagine a world without textiles. From the clothes we wear to the bedsheets we wake up in – we come into contact with textile fabrics nearly all the time. The textile sector, which includes the fashion industry, is marked by low rates of utilisation and low levels of recycling, leading to substantial and ever-expanding pressure on resources.
On average, European citizens discard 11kg of textiles per year, with garments typically having been worn only 7 or 8 times. At the same time, the European market has seen a sharp rise in apparel sales over the last two decades, with a 40% jump in pieces of clothing bought per person.
Both developments are mainly due to the ‘fast fashion’ phenomenon, with quicker turnaround of new styles, increased number of collections and often, lower prices.
BP’s chairman is assuring investors that the oil and gas giant’s strategy is in accordance with the Paris Agreement on climate change, and that a new level of transparency is on the way. In an editorial published in the Financial Times on Tuesday, Helge Lund wrote: “We recognise that the world is on an unsustainable path. We believe our strategy is consistent with Paris. And we welcome steps… that are supportive of a faster transition to a low-carbon energy system.”
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A pioneer of Indian hospitality and South Asia’s largest hospitality company, Indian Hotels Company (IHCL), continues to reinforce its commitment towards adopting and strengthening it sustainable business practices. From phasing out single-use plastic, reduction in carbon footprint, water conservation and utilization of renewable sources of energy to extensive community engagement, IHCL will continue to drive responsible tourism at every step.