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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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Belgian Chaudfontaine obtains worldwide AWS certificate for sustainable water management

The Belgian mineral water bottling plant Chaudfontaine has obtained the platinum certificate for sustainable water management from the worldwide Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS).

The certificate for sustainable water management is something that can be achieved worldwide.

Achmed Boumrah, director of the mineral water bottling plant in Chaudfontaine, said: “Protecting our resources and actively collaborating with stakeholders on water management are top priorities. We are therefore very proud that our efforts and the 590 measures we have taken in recent years are now also officially recognized,”.

Case Study: Green Gift Cards

As pioneers in the plastic to paper journey for the gift, loyalty and membership card production industry in the UK, our client Green Gift Cards set out on a mission to find an environmentally friendly alternative to plastic, for the production of their products back in 2008.
Read more at Control Union United Kingdom
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