Gas Networks Ireland exceeded the national Public Sector Energy Efficiency Target by 14% last year, delivering a 47% energy improvement across its offices and fleet according to its 2020 sustainability report released last week.
In a European first, Gas Networks Ireland has marked the launch of its 2020 sustainability report by partnering with environmental group - Leave No Trace Ireland - to help restore Glengarra Wood in Co. Tipperary as part of the international 'Hot Spot' programme.
CRNI is delighted to be awarded Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications’ Circular Economy Innovation Grant Scheme (CEIGS) funding to prepare their quality mark #ReMark for national roll out - which, CRNI believes can be a 'game changer' in Ireland’s #circulareconomy transition.
Businesses from banking, retail, pharmacy and travel have been announced as the four finalists of the Outstanding Achievement in Sustainable Business Impact Award at the Sustainable Business Impact Awards 2021.
Swedish green steel venture HYBRIT has announced that it had made the world’s first customer delivery of steel produced without using coal as it looks to revolutionise an industry that accounts for around 8pc of global greenhouse gas emissions.
Seaweed could soon be harvested to make packaging, with the fibre having been earmarked as a potential sustainable alternative to conventional wood and paper material by global packaging company DS Smith.
As a market leader and one of the largest commercial LED Lighting manufacturers and suppliers in Europe, Verde Energy Group is best known for offering a wide range of lighting solutions using premium LED chip technology primarily for commercial purposes.
The Business Show’s first of its kind, international Sustainability Summit is the first in an annual series of events aimed at bringing together the corporate, academic, non-profit and activist worlds to look at sustainability on a global scale.
Facilities management giant Mitie has pledged its estate will deliver net zero emissions by 2025, after announcing a roadmap which includes replacing gas heating systems with heat pumps, increasing its sourcing of renewable electricity, and driving down overall energy usage across its estate.
Some of the UK's top sports and entertainment venues, including the conference centre that is to host the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow this autumn, are set to end the use of air-freighted produce on their menus.