Tuesday was another multi-themed day at COP28, focusing on Energy and Industry, The Just Transition and Indigenous Peoples.
The producers of zinc, an element used in the health, agricultural, automotive, energy, infrastructure, and manufacturing sectors, have committed to mining and processing zinc sustainably. Andrew Green, executive director of the International Zinc Association, explains how the industry is overcoming these challenges.
The latest analysis from Accenture (NYSE:ACN) suggests that, while companies are taking action to align with the Paris goals, it must be accelerated if the world is to achieve net zero.
Neustark has developed a novel process that enables carbon dioxide (CO2) to be permanently stored within demolition waste that can then be recycled into new building materials. The Swiss startup was founded in 2019 by Johannes Tiefenthaler and Valentin Gutknecht.
A new report by MSCI Sustainability Institute found that listed companies globally are slowing down decarbonisation efforts while their governments are accelerating action.
From issues around Scope 3 emissions to hard-to-recycle plastics, in this weekly round-up we explore the latest developments regarding corporate initiatives, sustainability reports and key industry updates.
From pledges to set science-based emissions reduction targets to tools for the construction industry, in this weekly round-up we explore the latest developments regarding corporate initiatives, sustainability reports and key industry updates.
The We Mean Business Coalition (WMBC) has published its Corporate Climate Stocktake, detailing the private sector’s progress towards reaching net zero and identifying the challenges that are yet to be overcome.
Plastics Europe has released its sustainability roadmap, but further scrutiny suggests a lack of ambition.
The European Commission has identified the buildings, transport and agricultural sectors as needing to dramatically accelerate their emissions reductions if the bloc is to achieve its upcoming targets.