On Enel’s sustainability strategy and sustainable finance
The urgent need to act fast and now It is becoming increasingly evident that actions to limit global warming to 1.5°C are no longer a choice. As stated by the IPCC Special Report, we are running out of time and, in order to avoid the devastating impacts of climate change, GHG emissions need to be reduced by 45% by 2030 and our economy must be fully decarbonized by 2050. Companies and governments must be ready to lead the change by setting challenging targets, also aimed at influencing customer behaviour.
Zero Waste Living – 6 Ways to Quit Single Use Plastic in Your Grocery Shopping Routine
We all know that plastic waste is becoming an acute problem on land and in our oceans.While many people aspire to a zero-waste lifestyle, suddenly removing every morsel of single use plastic from ……
Hope in Hell. A decade for the climate emergency, reviewed
Climate change is the defining issue of our time – we know, beyond reasonable doubt, what that science now tells us. Just as climate change is accelerating, so too must we – summoning up a greater sense of urgency, courage and shared endeavour than humankind has ever seen before. The Age of Climate Change is an age of superlatives: most extreme this, biggest that, most costly ever. The impacts worsen every year, played out in people’s backyards and communities, and more and more people around the world now realise this is going to be a massive challenge for the rest of their lives. In Hope in Hell, Porritt confronts that dilemma head on.
Sustainability well within reach
Building a sustainable home need not cost the earth and this custom build at Leederville is a perfect example.
Go Airlines gets Sebi nod for Rs 3,600 crore IPO
China’s State Administration of Market Regulation said on Monday it would further regulate the sharing consumption sector. The regulator said on its website that price hikes in the sharing economy were effectively contained due to its guidance of the industry.
DuPont, Formerly The Largest Chemical Company, Announces Nine New Sustainability Goals
DuPont, the world’s largest chemical company, has announced nine new sustainability goals for 2030, hoping to align with the UN’s SDGs.