In this keynote presentation, our sustainability consultants share how established decision making practices can constrain your corporation’s ability to execute on emissions reduction goals.
With the launch of the Singapore Green Plan 2030, Singapore has set its sights on scaling its net-zero ambitions, with a focus on greening its tech sector.
Monash University and ENGIE to co-develop scalable zero-carbon solutions that accelerate the implementation of Monash’s Net Zero Initiative and beyond.
With the global push to address climate change taking off, the aviation industry is being forced to find ways to address its environmental impact. As companies and organizations have begun research on how to tackle this issue, sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) have emerged as an early front-runner.
This World Environment Day, the Climate Group is delighted to announce the first wave of speakers at Climate Week NYC (September 20-26). Centered on the theme “Getting It Done”, The Hub Live will showcase a stellar lineup of global business and government leadership committed to a net zero pathway by 2050.
Sustainability leaders share their perspectives on carbon trading as a tool for businesses to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
ENGIE Impact provides insight into clients’ path to net zero manufacturing sites and to showcase a real-world application, Henkel shares how one of their sites built a pathway to Net Zero.
Learn about the main challenges and opportunities that milestones that have marked the progress of global corporations towards net zero emissions present for the decarbonization of Mexican enterprises.
New methodology will provide a reliable metric to determine the decarbonization potential products and services to better inform innovation and technology in any sector.
Learn about the value of electricity in a decarbonizing system during 3 sessions led by European Commission policy makers, energy experts, and system operators.
The Biden administration wants to spend $174 billion to accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles. Using existing funding sources can jump-start that initiative, say transportation policy experts.
For the world to transition to a low-carbon future, substantial investment in the form of 'green finance' will be necessary. Michael Nelson looks at the importance of green financing, and highlights some of its achievements to date.