The USA and China present a united front on tackling climate change

Why the bilateral agreement between China and the USA to reducing greenhouse gas emissions is more significant than their individual commitments

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Sir Ian Cheshire explains why a commitment to sustainability is driven by a strong commercial logic

Can joined-up long-term policy-making prevail over partisan politics for the benefit of our planet and economy

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How a return to core values can deliver long term profits

Can putting the common good of all stakeholders ahead of the narrow needs of the shareholders deliver greater profitability in the long term?

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EVORA support Collier & Madge to develop company-wide environmental management system

EVORA has supported commercial property manager, Collier & Madge plc to develop a successful environmental management system. The system was designed to meet ISO 14001 requirements. In December 2014 the company passed its external certification assessment with flying colours.

Fantastic feedback was received from the external auditor “It was a pleasure to audit such a well-designed, comprehensive and understandable management system. It is a rare occurrence for an environmental assessment to take place without non-conformities being raised and I would like to congratulate everyone.”

“We are delighted to have passed our ISO 14001 audit. The system will further enable Collier & Madge to deliver a top class sustainability service to our clients. The support provided by EVORA was excellent and ensured that the EMS implementation project ran smoothly to time and budget. We would not hesitate in recommending EVORA.”
Christopher Carrick, Director, Collier and Madge

Public want global action to tackle climate change

Great to see the huge public appetite for climate change action, but are we really willing and ready to change our lifestyles to accommodate this?

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EU leaders agree to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030

A climate change pact agreed by EU leaders to significantly cut CO2 emissions is great news but key aspects of the deal have been left vague or voluntary, raising questions as to how the targets will be realised.

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Capitalism v environment: can greed ever be green?

Interesting thoughts from Pavan Sukden on how “negative externalities are basically the public costs that come from the pursuit of private profit”.

Read the full article on The Guardian here