Reskilling the sustainability managers of tomorrow


Corporate sustainability is growing in importance, day by day. Businesses are regularly being called out for greenwashing and consumers increasingly want to only associate themselves with companies that take sustainability seriously, so the need for senior leadership teams and the C-suite to consider environmental footprints has substantially grown. But, of course, businesses are struggling. Although […]

Record breaking use of cement-free concrete at London Power Tunnels


The world’s largest continuous pour of cement-free concrete has been achieved during a £1 billion project to rewire London. 736m3, or 736,000 litres (enough to fill around two 25m swimming pools) of more sustainable, cement-free concrete was poured to fill the base of the 55m deep tunnel drive shaft at National Grid’s Hurst Substation in […]

Two thirds of enterprise Net Zero targets lack integrity

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Around two-thirds of enterprise Net Zero targets lack integrity, according to a study by the New Climate Institute. Highlighting the lack of progress, in February 2023 the Carbon Disclosure Project revealed that of the 18,000 organisations that had disclosed climate transition plans, only 0.4 per cent were credible. In a bid to improve reporting and […]

US law is a commercial opportunity for waste management companies

waste management

Legislation supporting the development of the circular economy can drive growth for waste management and recycling firms. US companies can sell waste materials to the secondary market, but first they must ensure they comply with state regulations. That’s according to Chris Williams, CEO of ISB Global, a UK-based solutions provider for the global waste management and […]