Mark Chadwick, Managing Director, Sustainability Solutions UK&I at ENGIE Impact explains why accelerated decarbonisation is sustainability’s global lifeline
A survey of 122 of the UK's biggest businesses has found that half have done little or no work to prepare for climate change risks - both physical and transition-related.
Ambitious green targets aren’t just for huge organisations. Companies of any size can help in the shift towards a zero-carbon future. Here’s how to get started.
More than 95 percent of vehicles in the U.S. are being recycled. Automotive recyclers help to optimize recovery of vehicles, save consumers money, and protect the environment.
Despite the positive attitude towards the importance of sustainability, less than 30% of company executives believe their sustainability initiatives to date have been successful.
In this webinar you will learn how to optimize your energy program across consumption reduction and procurement.
Though sustainability goals have become increasingly ambitious, companies and cities have been slow to integrate climate risk into risk management strategies and long-term investments.
In September the UN Global Compact announced the formation of a CFO Taskforce for the SDGs, including ENGIE Impact's CFO, Vincent Manier.
Jeff Waller, Senior Director, Head of Financing Solutions at ENGIE Impact, outlines the barriers for CFOs and finance teams to be aware of in relation to sustainability transformation.
In March organisations had to pivot just to survive. Short-term thinking dominated. Can we now turn our attention back to the global climate crisis?
Ben Moens, Managing Director, Sustainability Solutions from ENGIE Impact, offers a perspective on the opportunities and challenges to scaling up emission reduction of thermal applications and industrial processes.
This event will provide an overview of recommendations, how it relates to other voluntary carbon market efforts underway, and what it means to the voluntary carbon market participants.