COVID-19 revealed vulnerabilities across both the private and public sectors, but lessons learned from the crisis revealed three levers can help organizations better predict and act on looming climate change risks.
Across the automotive industrial supply chain, manufacturers spend more on energy than they ought to. Our experts share how to get your sustainability program on track.
The economic impact of climate change could follow a similar narrative to coronavirus, but research shows investing globally $1.8T over the next decade to adapt to climate change could produce net benefits of $7T.
Increased telework may have positive impacts on an organization’s sustainability goals.
ENGIE Impact's web portal ensured the global clothing manufacturer and retailer paid only for what they used, not what they were charged, by catching discrepancies on 20 percent of their utility invoices.
This World Water Day, learn the reasons many leading companies are adopting zero water strategies to lead the charge for sustainable growth.
Read how companies can increase their chances of success in a sustainable world by engaging an ecosystem of stakeholders to rethink their operations with creativity and rigor.
In order to engage all staff, each site went through a rigorous plan to guarantee program adoption.
Learn how organizations are thinking about zero carbon accelerators so they can achieve carbon neutrality and reach the CDP A-List.
Natural gas surges on news of a product bankruptcy.
As we enter the new year, experts across ENGIE Impact weighed in on how these new opportunities can break down age-old barriers to sustainability transformation.
Caesars Entertainment and Staples share how their businesses are accelerating the sustainability transformation.