Dirk K. Martin, chief executive and founder of Serviceware SE, discusses how IT cost tracking can help businesses reduce their carbon footprint, meet sustainability targets, and control costs.
Jennifer Thomson, chief product officer at MachineMax, argues that the abundance of accessible data, coupled with state-of-the-art telematics and data solutions, instils optimism in decarbonising construction.
With organisations clamping down on their ESG efforts, there is increasing scrutiny on the information businesses are disclosing due to the urgency of the climate crisis and the frequently changing regulatory landscape. Tom Lawton, associate director at Longevity Partners, dissects why data is playing an imperative role.
The energy sector increasingly leverages data capture and analysis to inform and measure progress on the transition and to enhance ESG reporting capabilities, writes Massimo Valsania, VP engineering at services company EthosEnergy.
Launched in 2021, Orennia is an all-in-one platform providing accurate data, predictive analytics and actionable insights in support of the global transition from fossil fuels to cleaner sources of energy. The Canadian startup was founded in Calgary by Tanya Baeza and Brook Papau.
The UK branch of Europe’s largest business incubation programme for space tech startups has passed a milestone of £200 million in funding, powered by investment in satellite tech for climate action.
The consensus for efficient recycling has never been stronger – data can harness this appetite to drive meaningful change
Steve Gough, chief executive at Valpak, a provider of environmental compliance and part of Reconomy Group, explains how businesses can harness the power of data for efficient recycling.
CDP, the global non-profit that runs the world’s environmental disclosure system for companies, cities, states and regions, has appointed Sherry Madera as its new chief executive.
Without a comprehensive understanding of the problems we face, the effective solutions available and our shared responsibilities as we navigate between the two, there can be little hope of realising the transition to an inclusive, sustainable future.
The International Capital Market Association (ICMA) and the Luxembourg Stock Exchange (LuxSE) have announced the launch of ICMA’s new database dedicated to sustainable bond data, intended to provide deeper insight into the market.