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Smart Water Meter Installations Predicted to Reach 82.1M Units by 2026

Smart Water Meter Installations Predicted to Reach 82.1M Units by 2026

Smart water meter installations are expected to grow globally from 13.8 million units in 2017 to 82.1 million units by 2026, according to a new analysis from Frost & Sullivan. Growth is being led by water-stressed countries shifting away from traditional water meters and driven by as government leaders changing … Read more »

O2, Vodafone Launch Sustainability Ratings

O2 and Vodafone, working with Forum for the Future, have teamed up to create an industry-wide system of sustainability ratings for mobile devices, according to Mobile News. Orange has confirmed it will adopt the system next year. According to Forum for the Future, although some manufacturers and network providers have … Read more »

Most Firms Don’t Report GHG Emissions, Report Says

Most Firms Don’t Report GHG Emissions, Report Says

Only 37 percent of the world’s largest companies report their greenhouse gas emissions fully and correctly, according to research from the Environmental Investment Organisation. The Environmental Tracking Carbon Rankings, which examines the GHG emissions and transparency of the 800 largest companies globally, shows only 21 percent had their data externally … Read more »

Marks & Spencer, National Grid Top FTSE 100 Carbon Reporting Ranking

Marks & Spencer, National Grid Top FTSE 100 Carbon Reporting Ranking

Marks & Spencer, National Grid, Aviva, RSA and BSkyB are the top five performers leading Carbon Clear’s annual report ranking carbon measurement and reporting efforts of FTSE 100 companies. BT Group, Hammerson, Sainsbury, Whitbread, Pearson and Vodafone rounded out the highest ranked companies for carbon measurement and reporting. The Carbon … Read more »

Paper Industry Convinced Companies to Ax Environmental Claims; Now Targeting US Firms

Print and paper trade group Two Sides says it has convinced UK companies British Telecom, Barclaycard, Vodafone and EON Energy, among others, to withdraw their environmental claims about print and paper. Now the organization, whose 60 members include Eastman Kodak Company, Boise Inc. and Midland Paper, Packaging + Supplies, is … Read more »

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