Each of us can do our part to reduce our carbon footprint. And we all should. But individual actions can only do so much. Businesses need to be setting examples for sustainability.
An IBM’s research paper argue that brands now need to prioritise sustainability in order to remain competitive. So, is your business ready?
The world’s second and third largest economies, China and Japan, have both pledged to eliminate carbon dioxide emissions, heralding an economic era characterised by sustainability and renewable energy. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga committed to carbon neutrality by 2050 in his first policy address to parliament earlier this week. “We will fundamentally shift our long-standing… Continue reading World’s 2nd and 3rd largest economies commit to carbon neutrality, pouring investment into renewable energy
Being low carbon isn’t just about being green. There’s also an extra incentive for savvy business owners to market their efforts towards an increasingly environmentally conscious customer.
The Smart Green Business program has officially entered phase two, having already assisted Sydney’s small and medium sized business save over 80 Olympic pools of water and $800,000 in annual bills.
Australia will soon have its first carbon neutral business precinct, with the Grote Business Precinct working alongside the Energy Efficient Building Australia to become carbon neutral by 2020.
National Australia Bank (NAB) is now one of Australia’s largest carbon neutral companies after implementing a program of energy efficiency that began in 2007 in conjunction with carbon offsets from accredited providers.
Your business might not face regulatory reporting requirements yet, but it’s likely it will in the not-too-distant future. Why not get a head start?
Small business looking to manage their carbon footprint, whether competing for a government tender or greening your corporate image have a new option in Carbon Planet’s G3MS Lite software.
Carbon Compass, a unique online hub for businesses seeking and offering sustainability solutions, was launched today by the Victorian Minister for the Environment and Climate Change Gavin Jennings.