Major corporations are rethinking their office space needs in light of the novel coronavirus — decisions that could have lasting consequences for people and the planet.
The pandemic is compelling companies to accelerate their plans on environmental impact, their workforce of the future and sustainable finance.
The novel coronavirus pandemic will test cities long after it dissipates — especially where revenue is concerned.
Arnold Bowers talks about what is going to happen to the waste and recycling industry with ongoing COVID-19.
Research and communication is key to developing sustainable processes and products for the end-user.
Mathias Lelievre discusses the evolution of Earth Day, addressing the lessons we can take into the next 50 years of Sustainability Transformation.
Clinton Moloney, Managing Director of Sustainability Solutions at ENGIE Impact, shares his thoughts on what corporations must do to minimize their impact on climate change.
CEO of ENGIE Impact, Mathias Lelievre, shares his thoughts on the impact the COVID-19 crisis will have on corporate sustainability.
Mathias Lelievre discusses the change in climate action leadership. What once was led by the government is now being spearheaded by companies.
5 common excuses for firms not fully embedding sustainability into their organisations, excuses which are becoming increasingly difficult to justify.
Sabeeha Islam, a Sustainability Consultant for Engie Impact, initiates the conversation on how the coronavirus will shift sustainability in the long-term.
For cities that lead on climate action, how can they balance addressing critical needs while driving ambitious sustainability and resiliency strategies?