Sharing renewable energy and integrating this into electricity systems will help meet the global demand for more energy with a lower carbon footprint.
M&S Chief Executive Sir Stuart Rose outlines his company’s stated ambition to become the world’s most sustainable retailer by 2015.
The Global Eco Tourism Conference to be held in Noosa, Queensland, Australia
Australian beer brewing giant Coopers have built a co-generation plant for independent power production allowing them to reduce their carbon footprint by 50% whilst doubling their production output.
Barclays ‘Spaces for Sports’ is investing 30 million pounds to create sustainable sports facilities in communities across the UK. This film follows Barclays’ work creating a BMX and skate park in the Midlands, UK.
ITM Power is employing its expertise to decarbonise transport using green hydrogen as a zero carbon footprint fuel.
Eco-Trek is in Kazakhstan this week – the oil rich central Asian country that works hard on achieving environmental credibility. Historically Kazakhstan has always been the threshold between Orient and Occident. The central Asian country, culturally and politically connects the West with the East.
Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever talks about doubling the size of the business in a sustainable way.
Sony Europe have partnered with a young team called Forest Guard to develop an innovative forest wildfire detection system. The system has already been deployed in Tahoe National Forest in California and uses a network of solar-powered CCTV cameras and online citizen fire-watchers to give advance warning of any fires.
Paul Polman CEO outlines how the company’s on-going commitment to sustainability makes sense both from a consumer and economic standpoint and that it drives innovation within the business.