Workers willing to take pay cut for sustainability-conscious employers
Nearly half of workers would accept a lower salary to work for an organisation that is socially and environmentally responsible, a survey of over 14,000 consumers in nine countries has uncovered.The findings also suggest that almost three-quarters of employees and employment seekers are more attracted to companies that are environmentally sustainable, with COVID-19 having made this all the mo
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The UK government has today opened a consultation on plans to a introduce a new digital tracking system to crackdown on waste crime.
Environmental non-profit CDP has joined forces with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) to develop a new standard to help organisations improve their accountability of biodiversity impacts.
UK firms receiving tax breaks in exchange for setting energy efficiency targets cut their emissions by 6.6 million tonnes between 2019 and 2020, the Environment Agency (EA) has revealed.
Heather Moore, supply chain technical director for sustainability at LRQA – which is sponsoring the IEMA Connect 2021 member conference – talks to Chris Seekings about her work delivering certification and verification for clients worldwide.
The first generation of wind turbines is reaching the end of its lifespan, prompting the renewables energy industry to consider recycling. Huw Morris reports on circular economy potential in this area
The UK government has announced that it will become the first G20 country to enshrine in law mandatory Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) aligned requirements for the country’s largest companies and financial institutions to report on climate-related risks and opportunities.