Welcome to our sharp and succinct digest aimed at bringing you the latest in sustainability, a hot-topic that continues to define our global business landscape.
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Canada's raging wildfires have the Big Apple in Big Smoke, causing schools and restaurants to close.
As the smoke from over 400+ forest fires in Canada makes it's way down the Eastern coast of the US, consider this a sneak preview of a new type of 'climate lockdown'.
Small businesses take note: the increasing severity of climate events will impact business operations, insurance and the way financial industries assess business risk.
The initiative aims to change the view of ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) as a cost burden, presenting it as a competitive advantage in global markets instead.
As the world accelerates towards collective decarbonisation, UK firms will need to keep up to stay competitive in global markets.
Travel companies' 'carbon neutral' claims are under scrutiny, as the UK and EU vow to ban misleading environmental claims. Delta Air Lines could face a lawsuit over such claims.
UK small businesses should take note, as clear and honest environmental practices become ever more essential.
After nearly three decades, the British Museum has ended its sponsorship deal with BP, signifying the fossil fuel company's shrinking influence in the UK arts sector.
This reflects growing public scrutiny of corporate sustainability practices and the increasing importance of aligning with ethical and environmental values.
Checkout this spotlight on 10 trailblazers accelerating climate action globally.
Their work, from indigenous conservation to renewable energy, provides inspiration for Founders, Leaders and "Companies of One" looking to contribute positively to climate justice and sustainability.
See ya next week with another round-up! Remember, climate change is about power, and as entrepreneurs, we have more than we think.