Plastics: The next challenge for sustainable organisations

Businesses are well aware of climate change and what can be done to tackle it, but the issue of plastics is one that has also been at the fore-front of public discussion.

Are Covid vaccines making world’s sand shortage worse?

Experts warn some places already run out of sand, a commodity used in the production of vaccine glass vials

EAC calls for VAT cuts on green sectors to build back better

MPs suggest wider tax changes could offer a reset to design an economy fit for net zero Britain

Circular economy: New coalition launched for Latin America and the Caribbean

The Regional Coalition on Circular Economy will support access to financing by governments and the private sector, with special emphasis on small and medium businesses

Pete Nisbet, former Managing Director of Mitie Energy, set to lead edenseven – a new energy and environmental management consultancy

edenseven will help companies transition to a sustainable model that accelerates their financial growth

Guest Blog: Michael Prager – Lockdown is nearly over, it’s legacy will be creative destruction

You need to take a deep breath here, go and lie down, preferably in a dark room.  I am about to speak a heresy.

Could COP26 be further postponed due to COVID-19?

Media reports suggest the United Nations summit could be delayed for a second time if the pandemic situation worsens

Sadiq Khan’s pandemic bike lanes ruled unlawful

A Mayor of London spokesperson said they are seeking to appeal the judgement

Plastic bag charge in Scotland to double to 10p

The move is expected to come into effect from 1st April

Almost 35% of renewable sector professionals ‘received pay rise in 2020’

A further 67% of renewables professionals are optimistic of a pay increase in 2021, according to a new report