In this webinar moderated by Joel Makower from GreenBiz, you’ll learn 3 proven tools to keep renewable energy costs down and reduce emissions quickly and affordably.
In this webinar, Meta and ENGIE Impact share a methodology that can help organizations pinpoint difficult-to-identify Scope 3 carbon emissions.
Applications are now open, and this year sees the introduction of a new category recognizing companies making progress in reducing their carbon emissions.
Global sustainability consultancy awarded 17th consecutive Partner of the Year award for Sustained Excellence and 19th consecutive Service and Product Provider award.
ENGIE and Mölnlycke partner to support Mölnlycke's transition into a sustainable healthcare leader with ambitious greenhouse gas emission reduction targets.
The third edition of the annual report highlights that pressure for short-term profits gets in the way of successful energy transition.
A survey of hundreds of operations managers has revealed that 95% believe accountability for their company’s Net Zero strategy lies solely with senior leadership, thus underestimating the role they have to play.
ENGIE Impact’s 2023 Net Zero Report assesses current corporate response to climate change, identifies 12 major roadblocks to decarbonization and six key actions to accelerate progress to Net Zero.
Our experts discuss how energy market prices are playing out this winter and how it will affect your procurement strategy and budgets for 2023.
In this CGF podcast, experts share their thoughts on the potential of various offsetting and nature-based solutions to mitigate the climate crisis.
Miners are seeking reliable partners to support the costly renewable energy that will play a critical role in their Net Zero plans. Under pressure from investors, governments and their own customers, 20 of the world's 30 largest mining companies by market capitalization have set net-zero or carbon neutrality goals.
The Asia-Pacific has become a global hub for manufacturing. But with the growth of manufacturing comes its share of climate-harming emissions. High emissions from the sector are now a direct obstacle to the Asia-Pacific’s Net Zero goals and ability to fulfill international commitments.