Last year, the Scottish craft brewery emitted 68.000 tons of CO₂. Now they are carbon negative. How did they achieve that?
In sustainability, capacity building means building skills and competencies to empower sustainable change. But it all starts with awareness.
The PEF methodology will radically change how we calculate and compare footprints. And it might be implemented next year.
Quinoa is tasty, but what is the CO₂ footprint of it? And how does it compare to its biggest competitor – rice?
For consumers, it’s hard to compare the carbon footprint of different food products. These companies lead by example and show their carbon footprint on their packaging.
We put a man on the moon, and we conducted the first Life Cycle Assessment. All in one year.
We looked into the sustainability reports of the world’s biggest brands. What have they been focusing on? And where does their environmental impact come from?
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)?