In 2019 we worked with IKEA Retail (Ingka Group) to deliver ONE HOME, ONE PLANET (OHOP) at one of their leading sustainable stores in Kaarst, Germany. The event is part of the company’s ambitious strategy to become people and planet positive.
Clean hydrogen has earned significant attention and investment in recent years as a critical component to the energy transition. With demand expected to grow at 6.5% CAGR through to 2050, Xynteo’s Shuayb Ismail asks: how can we create clean hydrogen energy systems that are not just low-emission but also commercially viable?
In this article from Xynteo's Managing Partner (originally published in our Enterprise Agility report), Jonah Grunsell discusses how business can better incorporate sustainability into its core strategy, the steps needed internally to drive change, and the importance of collaborationg with other organisations to achieve impact.
Pollution caused by plastic is accumulating worldwide, on land and in the oceans. Globally, over 8.3 billion tonnes of plastic has been produced since 1950, and about 60 per cent of that has ended up in landfills or in the natural environment. India generates almost 9.5 Mn tonnes of plastics annually and almost half of it gets leaked polluting and damaging our environment.
Produced in conjunction with Raconteur and distributed in The Times (UK), our new report – Enterprise Agility - curates a range of content from sectors across the economy to discuss how a business culture that is flexible, responsive and proactive to outside collaboration is critical to success.
Sustainably constructing our homes and places of work, roads and other key infrastructure India will need in the next 50 years will be key to meeting net zero ambitions. Build Ahead, a multi-stakeholder partnership with industry leadres is aiming to make net zero construction a reality.
On 28 August, our Build Ahead leaders with ET Now to discuss current barriers as well as potential solutions for 'Decarbonising India's Construction', and how the Build Ahead coalition can accelerate progress towards net zero emissions.
The bioeconomy can help Europe reach its climate & biodiversity goals, while creating jobs and accelerating innovation. The solutions are ready, but we need a better policy framework to untap its full potential.
BioAdvantage Europe partners are raising awareness of existing solutions to sustainable growth challenges, incubating projects and developing a body of knowledge to support policy makers explore the role of the bioeconomy in Europe.