This time of the year is always very special for me, with Intel Corporation publishing its Corporate Responsibility Report followed shortly by our process to adapt and localize the report for our communities around the world. For more than a decade, I have been proud to lead the creation of our Intel Israel local report. However, this year offered twice the excitement for me and our team, since the launch of our report coincided with Intel Israel’s 45th anniversary as well as a significant commitment by the Israeli government to advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Ever wonder why USC doesn’t have solar panels on its buildings? Or whether the dining halls serve sustainable food? The university’s sustainability specialist takes on tough questions about USC sustainability efforts.
A Nordic company focused on improving the innovation, security and sustainability of data centres has released a guide to help businesses in improving their sustainability profile.
With an unmanageable surplus of clothing garments being produced each year, estimates show the value of unused clothing to be around 30 billion pounds, not including the 140 million pounds worth of clothes that end up in landfill. According to Impossible, a group aiming to guide global issues like sustainability, the zest for shopping will continue to rise, fuelled by our obsession for newness and fast fashion.
Plastic bags are the leading cause of death in marine life, not only is it unpleasant to look at on the streets its harmful to our environment. Plastic pollution in the ocean has gotten so bad that trace amounts of microplastic has been found in aquatic life.
A total of 42 Iveco Stralis CNG tractor units will be added to the operation over the coming weeks, taking the total to 72 across the firm’s fleet. Once introduced, the new vehicles will account for more than 40 percent of Hermes’ first mile delivery fleet. These have been ordered from CNG Fuels, the only UK supplier of Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO) approved biomethane. Each vehicle will reduce CO2 emissions by over 80 percent when compared to a diesel Euro 6 vehicle.