November 4, 2020

Think Lab: Nobody said the path towards sustainability would be easy

ESG criteria and its growing importance reflect the increasing awareness of the environmental and social consequences of both corporate and government actions alike.  It’s time for financial services to make a difference in society by embracing “sustainable finance by design” and for that, they need a solid strategy.
In this video, Daniel Theobald, Senior Manager at PwC Luxembourg, explains the crucial steps in creating one.

Sustainability Hub: Low Carbon Devon

The Sustainability Hub: Low Carbon Devon project will provide an exciting new catalyst for low-carbon economic growth in Devon.
Supported by an investment from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the three-year £2.6 million programme, will support Devon-based organisations to access research, business support, and engage with the University of Plymouth around the low-carbon agenda.

6 UK Hotels With Kitchen Gardens for a Sustainable Getaway

Hotels are going sustainable in a number of ways. Kitchen gardens may be the most exciting though. These UK hotels are leading the way.  There’s something rather lovely about eating food sourced, at least in part, from your own garden. To dig into a pie, for example, and be able to look outside and see the tree from which your apples came is a certain kind of deliciousness.  You know what’s even better than this? A meal sourced from mere metres away that you haven’t even had to make.

Sustainability Indices | Prysmian Group

International indices guide us in our efforts for constant improvement and in setting the highest of standards for our Group to achieve. We are pleased that our DJSI and FTSE4Good ratings improved over the years. These ratings assess the extent to which a company bases its decisions on social and environmental factors in addition to economic performance. They help guide investors when they make decisions.