6 December 2013 | Business & Industry, Energy
Obama administration's Climate Action Plan set to treble its use of renewable energy within seven years
5 December 2013 | Business & Industry, Carbon management
Verne Global, which owns and operates a 100 per cent carbon neutral powered data centre in Iceland, is conducting a global survey to know why and how companies and sustainability executives are addressing sustainability and to what extent they believe it affects their companies’ bottom line
4 December 2013 | Biodiversity, Worldwide
The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) are collaborating to promote sustainable tourism and protect heritage sites.
As COP19 begins in Poland, Kersten-Karl Barth, Chair of the Commission on Environment and Energy at the ICC, discusses how the organisation is helping to ensure stronger participation from the private sector in the UNFCCC process
The WFES Conference attracts world leaders, international policy makers, industry experts, investors from the public and private sector and media, who gather in Abu Dhabi to discuss practical and sustainable solutions to future energy challenges.
17 October 2013 | Business & Industry, Energy
By Giles Crosse - The world hovers on the brink of a sustainable energy shift. What are the drivers, the hurdles and the challenges that will define tomorrow’s energy landscape?
10 October 2013 | Agriculture, Policy & Legislation
By Giles Crosse - Education, employment and economic sustainability go hand in hand. In developing countries this mix can not only revolutionise life for billions, but help avoid the costly consumption flaws endemic to the Western world. Giles Crosse investigates.
16 September 2013 | Energy, Policy & Legislation
By Giles Crosse - African countries shine a spotlight on how the right kind of tool provision enables sustainable livelihoods and businesses in the long term. Giles Crosse spoke with the Azafady NGO in Madagascar about their work.
4 December 2013 | Business & Industry, Energy
High-Performance Computing applications are being used by businesses to analyse large amounts of data. They require large amounts of energy but because users of these applications don't require real-time responses, you have flexibility in where you place these applications. This means that you can take advantage of the lower energy costs a green data center offers, no matter where it's located. This report analyses the key topics in this area.
7 August 2013 | Business & Industry, Cities & the Built Environment
Railways operate in a competitive environment and have to ensure operational safety, international interoperability, growth of transport capacities, and the reduction of travel time and reduction of life-cycle costs for equipment.