To Get Covid-19 Relief, Companies in Canada Will Have to Disclose Climate Impacts

The Yale School of Environmental Studies has reported that companies in Canada will have to account for their environmental impact and commit to making “environmentally sustainable decisions” in order to qualify for economic aid during the Covid-19 pandemic. In order to apply for government loans, Canadian companies must commit to submitting reports that disclose how …

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Impact investing in unflashy causes gains ground in the pandemic era

The Financial Times has just published an article on global investments in sustainability development. The COVID-19 pandemic is proving the value of such impact investing, but private equity fund KKR has known this for much longer, as proven by their investment in Barghest Building Performance (BBP). BBP, a Singapore-based energy startup, uses state-of-the-art data analytics …

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This Is Your Brain on Green Buildings

Engineer Seabright McCabe reports that the University of Maryland is planning an innovative new green building that brings together neuroscience, engineering, and architecture. The new building will explore how green design and sustainable architecture benefit the people who live and work in such spaces. Three professors at the University of Maryland are collaborating to “develop, …

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From skyscrapers to office blocks, these award-winning buildings use sustainable ideas and tech

CNBC reporter Anmar Frangoul recently wrote about three green buildings recognized by the 2020 BREEAM Awards in March. This year’s BREEAM Awards, which showcase innovative sustainability projects from around the world, recognized the refurbished residential flats of Centre Point in London, the COFCO Landmark offices in Beijing, and the London School of Economics. Though each …

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Poll: Some fall short in sustainability reporting

A new business article in the Straits Times reports that half of the finance leaders in Singapore have warned their companies are not reporting adequately on sustainability measures.  Workday, the organization that ran this poll, has found that most companies are creating reports that show their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) impacts, but many are not doing …

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