Shareholders reckon that their companies will not suffer—or that they will be able to get out in time
More than just a catering service, Eating Point is a catering service that offers not only original formulas with a healthy and environmentally friendly diet but also henceforth proposes a CO2 neutral catering service.
Airscan calcule et améliore la qualité de l’air au travail
AIRSCAN is the answer for organisations that want to provide good indoor air quality to their workforce. Indoor Air Quality has a direct influence on health, performance and motivation at work. By measuring & improving the indoor air quality AIRSCAN wants to have a positive impact on sustainable development with respect for people’s health.
On Thursday 1st February 2018 Executive Director of the international Energy Agency (IEA) Fatih Birol presented the yearly evaluation and outlook on worldwide Energy trends at the “World Energy Outlook 2017”. Four large-scale, some unexpected, upheavals were elaborated in more detail:
In financial terms, 2017 was the worst year for natural disasters in American history, costing the country $306 billion. Scientists agree that hurricanes, floods, and fires are now turbo-charged by climate change, which the president and many top Republican leaders still refuse to acknowledge. But even while the federal government fails to address the root of the problem, there are ways to limit the damage from these increasingly frequent events — in property, and, more importantly, in human life.
Increasing carbon regulation through taxes, emissions trading schemes, and fossil fuel extraction fees will feature prominently in global efforts to address climate change, with carbon prices already implemented in 40 countries and 20 cities and regions.
This was CO2logic in 2017, this was possible thanks to YOU
a very intensive year with important realisations & achievements
Pan-European analysis shows biggest companies leading on environmental action, while rest must close gap
The largest pan-European review of the region’s major companies’ action on climate change, water security and deforestation is published today by CDP, the non-profit holding the world’s biggest corporate environmental dataset.
Europe's major companies are leaders in global action against climate change, water risks, and deforestation.
With European companies well-represented in the CDP A List 2017 for climate, water and forests, the corporate world on the continent is already in a leadership position.
That includes the 24% companies using internal carbon pricing, or the 81% factoring water management into their business strategy.
But only leading 5% of the 540-strong sample are future-proofing their growth by committing to set science-based targets and 57% are yet to respond to CDP’s climate change questionnaire.
NAB has released its 2017 Sustainability Report, which details how the bank is creating value for customers, employees, environment, shareholders and the community.
Gamification is hot, no doubt about it. Companies such as Nike, Siemens, Dell, eBay and Cisco are investing heavily in it. Games are powerful tools that can engage users on a higher level. That is why we joined forces with For Good.
All companies soon will have to account for climate risk — that was the clear message of the recommendations released in June by the G20 Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), led by financial heavyweights Mark Carney and Michael Bloomberg. It is increasingly the message of shareholders, too.
Support The Skateroom (a CO2-Neutral company) in the build of a new skateistan skate school in Phnom Penh, Cambodia
A new Skate School is under construction in Phnom Penh, Cambodia for Skateistan, the non-profit organization empowering children through skateboarding and education. Skateistan has been active in Cambodia since 2012, when it opened the original Skate School in Phnom Penh, and expanded to run programs in Sihanoukville in late 2015.
Business as usual won't protect assets from climate risk.
Investors and regulators around the world may be increasingly vocal in their demands for listed firms to report on climate-related risks, but a clear majority of companies remain deaf to their calls.
That is the stark conclusion of a new report from consultancy giant KPMG, which reveals that 72 percent of large and mid-cap companies worldwide do not acknowledge the financial risks of climate change in their annual financial reports.
Greentripper.org, the online tool that helps you limit the climate impact of your travels 1 year later!
A year ago, CO2logic decided to launch Greentripper, the platform that helps travellers limit their impact on the climate. For a small amount, travellers can neutralize the CO2 impact of their flight or the mileage they drive and support a (certified) project for the climate through concrete action.