Few days left to enter DigitalAgenda Impact Awards as The Planet Mark™ comes on board as Climate category sponsor

The Planet Mark™, the internationally recognised and trusted sustainability certification programme, is sponsoring the Climate category in the inaugural DigitalAgenda Impact Awards, which take place at London’s Barbican Centre on Thursday March 2, 2017. The DigitalAgenda Impact Awards are open to any business, government or non-profit using digital products or services to make the world…

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Renewables and the impending power shift ignored by fossil fuel companies

By ThePlanetMark Friday, February 17, 2017According to fossil fuel companies, the world will continue to rely on their products for decades. They even have sophisticated scenarios, outlooks and modelling to prove it. But what if they wrong, asks Simon Evans of carbonbrief.org, writing in ThisWeekinFM.New analysis published by the Carbon Tracker Initiative and Imperial College’s…

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WCG awarded The Planet Mark™ for third year
 as college group cuts annual carbon footprint by 4%

Planet Mark-certified Warwickshire College Group (WCG) sets up ‘green team’ as major education provider reports further cut in annual carbon footprint.WCG, one of the largest further and higher education providers in the Midlands, has been awarded The Planet Mark™ in recognition of its commitment to continuous improvement in sustainability. The college group reported a 3.7%…

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Corporate growth  catalyst: sustainability’s new role

By ThePlanetMark Thursday, February 23, 2017Sustainability practice reflects good business practice we are informed. But, what drives this belief? Quora’s latest research reveals how the individual opinions and actions of a company’s employee base are the litmus test for its ‘sustainability credentials’ and the company’s opportunity for growth, writes John Blackwell, managing director of Quora…

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