The battle to get companies interested in sustainability is basically over. No self-respecting company big and small, debates whether environmental and social issues can affect the company’s bottom line. At the very least, executives recognize their key stakeholders like their customers and employees, do care about these issues. So, sustainability is on the strategic agenda to stay. Or isn’t it, really?
Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) are commonly used throughout the EU and the world. But what do they analyze? And how do they differentiate from Life Cycle Assessments (LCA)?
Many countries plan to make face masks mandatory in order to open up society during the COVID-19 crisis. Germany is expecting to need up to 12 billion masks. What’s the environmental footprint of that? And how do N95 masks compare to the DIY version?
Why is biodiversity important for my business? And how can I get an understanding of it? Roel Drost answers the 5 foundational questions.
Life Cycle Assessments are complex calculations, and tools make it much easier. But which LCA tool is the right one for your job?
For most organizations, the (indirect) environmental impact in the value chain is a dominant contribution to the overall environmental impact. Therefore, for most companies, reducing the scope 3 provides the ‘biggest bang for the buck’ in terms of impact reduction.
Improving your ecological footprint is a step-by-step process. But how do you actually do it? In this overview, we will walk you through the process of measuring the footprint of a T-Shirt.
What are Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions? And which emissions are direct and indirect? In this article, we will give you a brief overview of the concept behind Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions.