The ecological pillar of sustainability is becoming more and more important. Companies are now engaging in sustainability activities more readily, because the mindset of their stakeholders has shifted.
Sustainability tactics to consider, whether you work for a large company or a small to medium-sized business. An interview with Hannes Partl, VP Global Service Delivery.
These days the media is full of images that reveal our environmental failures. It’s totally understandable, because temperatures are rising noticeably. We are experiencing heat waves, droughts and flooding. Plastic patches in our oceans cause damage at unprecedented levels. It’s obvious we’re facing severe problems.
In August 2018, the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) published the first standard for carbon footprinting of products: ISO 14067:2018. On the ISO’s anniversary together with Daniele Pernigotti, the convenor of this ISO working group we look back and discuss why the standard is more relevant today than ever.
Here are some challenges facing carbon offsetting programs and seven key recommendations for offsetting your own emissions.
The packaging industry continues to be roiled by the debate around the use of plastics and their potential impact both in the marine environment and more generally through littering and unmanaged waste disposal.
Everyone talks about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) but does anyone know what they actually mean or how they work?
Has your company made a commitment to invest in ecodesign, but hasn’t yet taken the steps to create a strategy? Have your plans stalled due to lack of stakeholder buy-in? Are you simply not sure where to begin?
Declaring a climate emergency without implementing any actions is green-washing.
In the world of environmental sustainability, there is far too much misinformation out there. It’s not only a result of intentional greenwashing, but the consequence of the tendency to explain complicated environmental problems in simplistic or one-sided terms.