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EcoAct is an international sustainability consultancy and project developer that has been helping some of the largest organisations in the world tackle their climate challenges for over 15 years. It is common for this work to be featured in the press and for our climate and sustainability experts to feature and comment on the latest climate news stories. Take a look at a selection of articles below and please get in contact for any further information on comment.
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Editor’s desk: Go green or go home

In this editor’s desk, Rebekah Jordan shares her views on the achievements within pharma sustainability in 2022, its criticality in pharma investment opportunities, and what’s still to be done.

25/11/2022

Editor’s desk: Go green or go home

In this editor’s desk, Rebekah Jordan shares her views on the achievements within pharma sustainability in 2022, its criticality in pharma investment opportunities, and what’s still to be done.

08/11/2022

Climate risk reporting – lessons from leading firms

It’s a sign of the times when experts develop climate risk reporting platforms that assess the vulnerability of a company’s physical sites to 28 climate change hazards.

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24/10/2022

EcoAct report shows FTSE progress against climate goals has stalled since COP26

EcoAct, an Atos company, has released its 12th Annual Corporate Climate Reporting Performance Report. Despite rapid progress in 2021 during the lead up to COP26, the 2022 report, which assesses how international businesses across the FTSE, DOW, DAX, CAC, FTSE MIB and IBEX are tackling climate-related sustainability challenges, found that less than half (48%) of FTSE 100 businesses achieved Scope 1 & 2 emissions reductions in line with 1.5° C, in comparison to 72% in 2021.

24/10/2022

Financial Sector Performs Poorly in EcoAct Climate Report

EcoAct, an Atos company, has today released its 12th Annual Corporate Climate Reporting Performance Report. Despite rapid progress in 2021 during the lead up to COP26, the 2022 report, which assesses how international businesses across the FTSE, DOW, DAX, CAC, FTSE MIB and IBEX are tackling climate-related sustainability challenges, found that less than half (48%) of FTSE 100 businesses achieved Scope 1 & 2 emissions reductions in line with 1.5°C, in comparison to 72% in 2021.   

24/10/2022

Only half of businesses decarbonising in line with 1.5C target, research warns

Major businesses have recorded a ‘noticeable drop’ in climate action following COP26, with new analysis warning that less than half of businesses are decarbonising in line with the 1.5C target of the Paris Agreement.

24/10/2022

EcoAct Report Shows FTSE Progress Against Climate Goals Has Stalled Since COP26

EcoAct, an Atos company, has today released its 12th Annual Corporate Climate Reporting Performance Report. Despite rapid progress in 2021 during the lead up to COP26, the 2022 report, which assesses how international businesses across the FTSE, DOW, DAX, CAC, FTSE MIB and IBEX are tackling climate-related sustainability challenges, found that less than half (48%) of FTSE 100 businesses achieved Scope 1 & 2 emissions reductions in line with 1.5°C, in comparison to 72% in 2021.   

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