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Knowledge sharing with the united nations environmental program

With COP26 continuing to dominate the headlines, it is vital to remember that climate change and biodiversity are intrinsically interlinked, and both are vital to the future health of our planet. With that in mind, we were delighted that the regenagri team from Control Union UK were recently been invited to contribute to a meeting with the United Nations Environmental Program’s (UNEP) internal task force on Sustainable Food Systems and Resilient Agriculture.

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Denim company Candiani becomes the first mill to be certified to the regenagri Chain of Custody standard

The first regenagri supply chain certification is awarded

Leading sustainable denim mill Candiani has become the first company to be certified against the regenagri chain of custody standard.

Candiani is a global leader in innovation and sustainability, producing for some of the most prestigious names in the market. They are widely recognized as some of the first in the denim industry to utilize only the finest, responsibly sourced cotton, fibers, and dyes and clean technologies to save water, energy and replace harmful chemicals. 

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How can we collaborate to tackle the climate crisis and avoid deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest?

“Work together to deliver” is the final goal for this year´s United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26). Collaboration between countries and institutions will be key in achieving success in meeting this goal, so private companies, governments and civil society need to work together to deliver joint plans, share knowledge, experience, and take actions to help our world create a better future.

For Businesses to achieve Net Zero, funding for environmentally friendly enterprises must be forthcoming

“To achieve our climate goals, every company, every financial firm, every bank, insurer and investor will need to change”. This statement from the COP26 website in relation to the third goal ‘Mobilise finance’ goes to demonstrate how intrinsic finance is to the climate.

COP26 recognises that for actual change to occur and occur quickly, climate finance has to be significantly increased and mobilised from both the private and public sector. Companies are being asked to disclose business risks and opportunities caused by both climate change and a commitment to Net Zero.

Ocean biodiversity is a vital tool in the fight against climate change

The second goal of COP26, the UN Climate Change Conference currently underway in Glasgow, is ‘Adapting to protect communities and natural habitats’. Our oceans are intrinsic in our fight against climate change, as a healthy, biologically diverse ocean provides us with great environmental services such as sequestering carbon, providing sustainable and healthy food sources, and supporting coastal communities around the globe.

Business around the world need to join the race to Net Zero – but how can they do it?

The first, and arguably most important, goal of the COP26 United Nations climate change conference focuses on securing global Net Zero in order to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. For companies directly engaging in the production or use of coal and other fossil fuels, carrying out deforestation, or financing those who do, this goal serves as a clear cease and desist order. But for those working in other areas - be it retail, agriculture, pharmaceuticals, technology, or the myriad other industries which are not directly related to these harmful activities, the route to Net Zero is more ambiguous.
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