Residents of the IJmond region in Holland have been found to suffer severe health implications due to the emissions of a nearby facility owned by India’s Tata Steel (NSE:TATASTEEL).
Stakeholders across the industry, from the farmer all the way to the consumer, are troubled with finding the best solution for them and their food – but it doesn’t need to be this way, writes Tiina Pursula, senior vice president, sustainability at Stora Enso Packaging Materials.
The window for keeping the Paris Agreement alive has shrunk but remains open thanks to the growth in clean power generation, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has said.
A survey by Pavegen shows that there is support for an emissions tax on commercial buildings that exceed set limits - highlighting how complex individual responses to addressing emissions can be.
The FAIRR investor network has conducted a first-of-its-kind analysis into commitments on regenerative agriculture by 79 global food and retail giants, worth over $3 trillion and representing almost a third of the sector - and they're not making progress.
Damage to cables and turbine failure are the main causes of offshore wind insurance claims which risk hampering growth in the sector, a top firm has warned.