The End of COP26: What Now?

The annual United Nations climate change conference took place in Glasgow, and ended on 13th November. But what was discussed? What decisions were made? And how will they reflect you as a consumer? Let’s take...

Step up climate change adaptation efforts or face huge disruption: UN report

Estimated adaptation costs in developing countries are five to ten times greater than current public adaptation finance flows Fewer than one third of 66 countries funded COVID-19 recovery measures to address climate risks ...

Futureproofing transport at the COP Resilience Hub

Specialists in climate change resilience, Climate Sense have partnered with the University of Birmingham and the Infrastructure Operators' Adaptation Forum (IOAF) to deliver a Resilient Infrastructure workshop at the COP Resilience Hub. The seminar 'Futureproofing...

Fraser Gillies discusses some of the latest developments in sustainability

With Glasgow set to play host this year to COP26, one of the most highly anticipated global events in recent years, it’s unsurprising that sustainability has leapt to the top of the agenda for...

The Climate Emergency: how workplaces need to become an active part of the solution

With COP26 in Glasgow just around the corner, there has never been a more crucial time for workplaces to take action on climate change. Scotland is committed to achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by...

How to reach ambitious net zero targets

Steven Kiakowski, Director at sustainable training and consultancy company The Verdancy Group, discusses how to bring carbon emissions goals into fruition. The UN’s Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) will soon take place in...

Confused about getting started with net zero? Help is at hand

Philip Richards, senior strategic account manager at BiU, explains how his organisation gets businesses started on their net zero journey. A quick glance at Google’s data shows us that the number of people searching the web...

The only way is up for the UK farming industry

By James Lloyd Jones, Founder and CEO, The Jones Food Company and COP26 summit ambassador. We are in the midst of a nationwide food supply crisis. An unhelpful blend of circumstances, such as Brexit and...

Why 1.5 degrees matters

The world is at a critical juncture. Climate change and the energy crisis are creating a perfect storm that won’t blow over. Action – not platitudes – must be COP26’s legacy. In November, world leaders...

Delta Electronics’ best-in-class ESG endeavours echo COP26 goals

As Delta Electronics celebrates its golden anniversary, its innovative energy-saving solutions and unwavering commitment to conservation continue to be the cornerstones of the company’s environmental, social & governance (ESG) strategy. The company – a world...