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- ImageFacing the climate challenge togetherAs the impact of climate changes gets more severe, corporations with a commitment to sustainability need to adapt to a new reality and accelerate their plan to adopt technically robust approaches that will reduce their impact on the environment.
To help navigate the challenges of climate action and ensure long-term success, organisations should focus on advanced tools and methods, such as the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi), Green Financing instruments, the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), and life cycle assessments (LCAs).May. 4 2023
- ImageSUSTAINABLE CITIES: COMBINING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PRESERVATION OF THE PLANETAmong the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals, SDG no 11 entitled “Sustainable cities and communities” means developing inclusive, safe and resilient cities with net zero emissions. This has become essential, given that 55% of the global population lives in urban areas today and potentially 66% by 20501. How can the public and private sectors accelerate the transition toward sustainable cities? Frédéric Pergay, Senior Vice President of Buildings and Infrastructure at Bureau Veritas, shares his insights.Apr. 5 2022
- ImageSUPPORTING THE SHIFT TOWARD GREEN HYDROGEN"Moving from a linear economy with a traditional industrial manufacturing model (Take, Make, Use, Lose) to a circular economy model with little or no impact on Natural Capital will require a strong commitment from corporations. To do this, they need to mitigate their short-term environmental impact, while rethinking their business models to make them sustainable by design for the medium-term.
May. 12 2021