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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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Businesses have a key role in cutting emissions

The IEA’s Flagship report Global Energy Review: CO2 Emissions in 2021, revealed that global carbon emissions from energy increased by 6% in 2021, a growth of 2 billion tonnes of emissions, which is the biggest annual increase in history and completely offsets the COVID-related decline seen in 2020. Lindsay Ventress, Principal Consultant and Service Line Lead – Energy for Northern Europe at EcoAct, an Atos company, in the wake of the IEA report, discusses how businesses can work to mitigate this rebound in greenhouse emissions.
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15/03/2022

Businesses have a key role in cutting emissions

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The IEA’s Flagship report Global Energy Review: CO2 Emissions in 2021, revealed that global carbon emissions from energy increased by 6% in 2021, a growth of 2 billion tonnes of emissions, which is the biggest annual increase in history and completely offsets the COVID-related decline seen in 2020. Lindsay Ventress, Principal Consultant and Service Line Lead – Energy for Northern Europe at EcoAct, an Atos company, in the wake of the IEA report, discusses how businesses can work to mitigate this rebound in greenhouse emissions.

28/02/2022

Faster action on climate change and GHG needed urges IPCC

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Progress on climate change adaptation is uneven and there are increasing gaps between action taken and what is needed to deal with risks says IPCC report.

28/02/2022

‘Climate adaptation cannot be an afterthought’: Green economy leaders react to new IPCC report

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Leaders from across the global green economy are urging policymakers and business decision-makers to heed the findings of major new report from hundreds of climate scientists, accelerating efforts on adaptation, decarbonisation, backed with adequate levels of finance.