As a proud sponsor and supporter of ReThink HK, it was exhilarating to hear so many business leaders engaging in conversations around how to set science-based targets, how to engage in carbon reduction programs, and how to quantify their performance in this area.
While companies are increasingly eager to become more sustainable, doing so is still proving difficult for many. We spend all day everyday thinking about and talking to these commitments. In this article, we draw on our extensive experience to share three of the key challenges currently affecting businesses looking to operate in a more sustainable way.
The second instalment of act renewable’s multi-part series providing insights into the Chinese Renewable Energy Market is here!
Part 2 of the series focusses on the ‘Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS)’ target in China, a market mechanism aimed at increasing renewable energy generation across provinces, and ultimately supporting progress towards achieving China’s carbon reduction targets.
Joe Poon recently presented at the Cobalt FW23 Yarn Expo in Hong Kong. Joe is an experienced environmental consultant who focuses on developing corporate carbon inventory (particularly scope 3), establishing science-based targets, and performing data modelling and analysis.
Developed in partnership with the Apparel Impact Institute (Aii), the CLP is a new carbon management program for manufacturing facilities. It brings together action-oriented clothing and fashion brands and enables them to accelerate the implementation of their supply chain carbon targets in a way that develops standardized and collaborative approaches that can be replicated across the rest of the industry.
We are delighted to share a new release by our sister company act renewable GmbH on the Chinese Renewable Energy Market, aimed at multinational companies looking to make the transition.
Supporting leading businesses to adopt carbon reduction practices demands expertise, collaboration and vision. Liam Salter, Founder and CEO of RESET Carbon shares his journey thus far.
There is little doubt that sustainability is one of the most well-used buzzwords in the business world today. But, back in 2009, before many industries recognized the vital role of carbon reduction practices in addressing climate change, we were already looking for ways to empower companies to take action.