Samil PricewaterhouseCoopers, the local unit of the world’s largest accounting firm, said Monday that it has published a report on its sustainable business operations and accomplishments in 2019. While reinforcing the External Audit of Stock Companies Act and adopting the stewardship code adopted…
January 3, 2020
As part of our Mission Possible campaign, edie brings you this weekly round-up of five of the best sustainability success stories of the week from across the globe.
The tool was created by the nonprofit B Lab, and is set to launch in January 2020. Here’s how companies that care about the environment can use it.
The world’s first single-use cup is to be displayed by the British Museum, as the curator says it is "not invention of modern consumerist society
Our Start-up of the Week is Anuland, a Limerick-based agritech company developing precision agriculture solutions and digitising farm work.
Sophie Benson remembers the 2010s, a decade in which sustainability moved from fringe issue to the most defining challenge – and opportunity – of our time…
Sustainability goes beyond social and environmental impact. It includes economic impact—and thereby paying taxes—too. Can we make corporations proud to pay taxes?
Hilton has ambitious sustainability goals relative to what it regards as its responsibility as a corporate citizen of the world.
greater Sustainability in environment tech and sustainable finance
single use cup – There are billions of single-use coffee cups that are thrown out every year and Blue Bottle is taking a stance against single-use plastic waste by …
The Tourism Authority of Thailand is using the 38th ASEAN Tourism Forum 2019 to highlight the twin themes of enhancing ASEAN connectivity and sustainability…
UK grocery giant Tesco and WWF have announced a groundbreaking, four-year partnership aimed at reducing the environmental impact of the average UK shopping cart by 50%, improving the sustainability of food while ensuring it remains affordable for all.
As the world’s climate gets even warmer, we have to ask ourselves: is our obsession with buying new stuff really killing the planet? Read more here.