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Virgin Atlantic and Virgin Holidays have published their joint sustainability report with an emphasis on carbon savings and a sustainable food project.
New research from Decision Technology (Dectech) reveals that women feel more negatively about climate change than men, while the under 40s are less apathetic than their older counterparts.
Brewer and pub manager Greene King has announced a target of zero landfill waste by 2020, following the launch of Greene King’s partnership with waste management company SWR and its commitment to Courtauld 2025 to create a best practice waste solution.
The Huawei ICT Sustainable Development Benchmark has highlighted investment in technology as a key accelerator to help nations achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), assessing correlations between ICT (information and communications technology) and progress in SDGs in 15 countries.
Food is Precious is a new initiative from IKEA that aims to cut food waste by half by the end of its fiscal year 2020. In addition IKEA has become a member of Champions 12.3, the global coalition for food waste hosted by the World Resource Institute.
The LEGO Group has extended its partnership with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), as the company seeks to reduce its CO2 emissions in manufacturing and supply chain operations.
The Buildings Performance Institute Europe (BPIE) has concluded work on a project designed to encourage the growth of smart buildings. In a policy paper published today, the organisation provides a working definition of a ‘smart building’ and making detailed policy recommendations to encourage their growth. It further explores the challenge of measuring how smart a building is -- using the capacity of its functions and the degree to which different components interact and complement each other.
Telecommunications company Telefónica has announced that it is joining the RE100 initiative that commits businesses to plan for 100 per cent renewable in its energy usage.
Marks & Spencer has launched Plan A 2025, a new ecological and ethical with a customer focus that the company hopes can address some of the major issues that face retailers, business and society.
IKEA has launched a ‘textile take-back’ initiative that asks customers to recycle textiles and help the local community.