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In a first for any sports or entertainment venue worldwide, Yankee Stadium achieved the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management. The recently-launched rating evaluates features across categories that include air and water quality management as well as cleaning procedures.
According to a new report from EcoVadis, Europe leads North America when it comes to implementing sustainability and CO2 reduction measures.
A grocery store in Buffalo, Minnesota has installed an automated system that sprays carts with hospital-grade disinfectant, eliminating the need for employees to use sanitizing wipes or paper towels.
Choice Hotels, one of the largest lodging franchises in the world, is exploring significant investments on various technologies that will help it enhance health and safety in the wake of the covid-19 crisis. Potential tech includes mobile check-in and keyless entry to further facilitate the contactless guest experience, as well as ultraviolet light instruments, air purifiers and ozone generators that
We talked with our readers about how the covid-19 pandemic is currently affecting business in terms of their sustainability, environmental and energy management goals, and we asked them how they expect their goals (or those of their customers) to be affected in coming months. Here’s what a handful had to say.
Even with the global pandemic that is covid-19, the EU is confident that its climate ambitions will remain intact.
Supply chain resilience is being severely tested in 2020 with disruptions caused by the covid-19 pandemic, and the crisis will compel companies to rethink their sourcing strategies and, indeed, their entire supply chains, according to
Aecom, a global infrastructure firm, today announced that its emissions reduction targets have been approved by the globally-recognized Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
Forgive me for stating the obvious, but the coronavirus pandemic has had a profound effect on the way we conduct business. Whether a company has been forced to shut down altogether or to navigate other unprecedented changes, environmental and energy management is just one area that is being affected - and companies have been forced to change with the times.
Barclays has announced a new ambition to align its global financing with the Paris Climate Agreement by setting a net zero by 2050 target for its financed emissions.