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Getting a grasp on ESG data

Getting a grasp on ESG data

With rapidly changing conditions in the field of ESG, managing data is becoming a significant challenge for companies. With the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive soon to be coming into action, the quality and quantity of ESG data that organisations are required to collect and disclose is to grow exponentially.  In a recent survey undertaken by […]

From rhetoric to action: next steps for climate policy in the UK

From rhetoric to action: next steps for climate policy in the UK

The UK has made significant progress in the 21st century towards transitioning away from fossil fuel production and towards renewable or sustainable alternatives. However, the journey is far from over, and the Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill threatens to disrupt this progress just as major economies have agreed to transition away from fossil fuels at the […]

Malaysia’s energy transition and the role of the Private Sector

Malaysia’s energy transition and the role of the Private Sector

Malaysia’s updated submission of its Nationally Determined Contribution in 2021 set the scene for greater climate action and the development of new strategies and technologies going forward. As outlined in the update, “Malaysia intends to reduce its economy-wide carbon intensity (against GDP) of 45% in 2030 compared to 2005 level”. Determining the future of the […]

Tackling Scope 3 emissions: The fundamentals

Tackling Scope 3 emissions: The fundamentals

To improve consistency and specificity in ESG reporting, emissions are categorised into ‘scopes’, which separate different kinds of carbon emissions depending on where they originate in production and along supply chains.  Scope 1: Refers to emissions that are created directly as a result of a company’s activities, such as the generation of power for heating and […]

Recognising and Preventing ‘Social Washing’ 

Recognising and Preventing ‘Social Washing’ 

The concept of Greenwashing has become increasingly popular in recent years, as consumers have become more environmentally conscious and informed about the negative impacts companies can have. The term refers to cases where organisations put considerable efforts into demonstrating their climate commitments, whilst not adhering to them in practice. There are numerous methods that companies […]

A historic deal at COP28: Nations agree to transition away from fossil fuels

A historic deal at COP28: Nations agree to transition away from fossil fuels

Now that COP28 negotiations have drawn to a close, it is a good time to reflect on the outcomes and determine the next steps for policymakers, investors, businesses and communities around the world. Much like past editions of COP, the latest climate talks have involved hope and despair in nearly equal measures, with the concluding […]

Latest on climate policy: COP28 so far

Latest on climate policy: COP28 so far

As COP28 negotiations get underway, we have been keeping a close eye on developments and considering what they mean for the future of global climate action. This edition of the yearly climate talks has already caused controversy, with a record number of delegates having links to the fossil fuel industry. Furthermore, COP28 President Sultan Al Jaber […]

COP28: Climate Finance and Inclusivity

COP28: Climate Finance and Inclusivity

With the highly anticipated COP 28 just around the corner, we wanted to take the time to review some key themes and share our thoughts. COP 28 represents another monumental chance to collectively change the way our economic and political systems work, in order to help us to meet our global targets around climate mitigation […]

Africa’s diverse mining ecosystem is under scrutiny

Africa’s diverse mining ecosystem is under scrutiny

Building on the first article in the series, which explored why “Africa’s 21st Century sustainability is in peril’, Tony Wines, Founder of Turnkey Group, dives deeper into why true ESG leadership is critical to the continent’s mining community. From the vast behemoths of mining to the artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) operations, Africa’s diverse mining […]

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