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Source: Insurance Journal
Howden, the London-based insurance broker, announced it is launching a UK insurer called Parhelion, which it describes as “the world’s first fully sustainable insurer.”
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) will use its balance sheet...to meet some of its climate change and sustainable finance objectives, a senior official said on Wednesday.
Source: Clean Technica
BP has been shifting gears of late. In 2017 the company sank $200 million into a 50-50 deal with the solar company Lightsource. Under the new name of Lightsource bp, Lightsource has been casting solar panels hither and yon about...
Source: Robb Report
...shilling a pretty story with words like sustainable, organic, handcrafted, locally sourced, farm-to-table and a whole host of phrases that imply a specific set of values and enough labor that demand a premium price.
Source: Yahoo Finance
With the U.S. labor market likely to bounce back strongly this summer from a surprisingly tepid April showing, the risks of an overheating economy remain on the rise.
Source: Web In Travel
FROM corporate travellers setting their own carbon goals to how corporates reclassify “essential business trips”, it is clear that corporate travel and meetings are set to change as the two sectors emerge from the Covid cloud,...
June 2, 2021 PepsiCo backs EU-wide environmental labelling: ‘Consumers should be supported, and industry incentivised’Source: Food Navigator
Consumers have a right to expect transparency from producers, according to Gloria Gabellini, PepsiCo’s Director of Environmental Policy, who is advocating for an EU-wide, harmonised environmental labelling scheme.
The US Chamber of Commerce on Monday announced a nationwide initiative to address the worker shortage in the US, calling the crisis the most critical and widespread challenge facing businesses. The initiative, called "America...
June 2, 2021 Battle Brews Over Banning Natural Gas to HomesSource: Wall Street Journal (subsciption)
A growing fight is unfolding across the U.S. as cities consider phasing out natural gas for home cooking and heating, citing concerns about climate change, and states push back against these bans.
The big-box club chain said it’s been seeing accelerating prices across a range of products, including shipping containers, aluminum foil and a 20% spike in meat prices over the past month.
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