In recent years, many companies have set ambitious targets to increase the recycled content in their products and packaging. A sector that is ahead of the curve in terms of tracking chemicals is the electronics industry.
On 18th July 2022, the High Court ruled that the UK Government’s Net Zero Strategy was inadequate and breached the Climate Change Act. Find out what needs to happen to close the gap between planning and implementation to transition to net zero.
The new Ecodesign for Sustainable Products Regulation (ESPR) has landed, meaning brands all over the world must grapple with the need to understand and then implement a raft of new requirements.
In this blog, we explain how various regulations – in both draft and final form – are impacting almost all companies and investors through mandated climate disclosure rules or strict adherence to how (and whether) funds, services, and other financial products can be marketed as “sustainable.”
More and more of Anthesis’ clients are seeking to ensure that their PCs have meaningful ESG strategies in place from the outset of their investment period. Learn more about what this means, and how Anthesis can help you with ESG-linked loans in this blog.
Water scarcity due to drought is becoming a more pertinent issue as climate change intensifies. Companies have a responsibility to protect our natural resource, not only for their own operations, but for the surrounding communities, as well.
Rising energy prices and the war in Ukraine make tackling energy wastage a moral as well as an economic imperative, writes Ben Lynch, Director for Energy at Anthesis.
This is the second blog in a series exploring the foundations and future roles of Life Cycle Assessments (LCAs). Two Anthesis LCA experts explore how the earlier efforts by the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) were leveraged to further advance LCA methodology and applications.
Find out more about the number of regulations being implemented around the external reporting of environmental and climate-related risks.
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