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Three Reasons Seattle Needs Sustainability ESG Practitioners!

By CSE research team   Seattle, consistently near the top of any list of US cities for sustainability and growth and the heart of the tech world, has some of the most progressive environmental and social mandates in the US.   To support its progressive sustainability profile, the city needs well educated professionals, equipped with […]

Mind the gap: Corporate climate pledges in the time of EU energy crisis

by CSE research team Europe’s energy sector is suffering from extreme malaise   The future energy system will need to address all value chains of the energy sector while delivering energy transition and decarbonization goals, linking in an optimal way various energy resources and networks to the consumption sectors. Smart sector integration is expected to […]

US federal agencies reveal their climate change adoption plans

By CSE Research Team   As US tries to recover from its hottest summer on record this year, Biden’s administration is making climate change a top priority. Back in January, federal agencies were asked to reveal the biggest threats global warming poses to them and how they can be faced. Top officials at every government […]

Three reasons Seattle Needs Sustainability ESG Practitioners TODAY!

Seattle, consistently near the top of any list of US cities for sustainability and growth and the heart of the tech world, has some of the most progressive environmental and social mandates in the US.   Why does a sustainability-oriented city need CSE?  For that matter, shouldn’t all cities already have well established sustainability plans? […]

US to phase out of HFCs with new EPA rule

Biden administration has already pledged to tackle climate change and the Environmental Protection Agency has taken the first steps towards a considerable reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Their new target is to reduce the emissions of two dangerous greenhouse gases: methane and hydrofluorocarbons.   Methane is mainly emitted during natural gas extraction, while hydrofluorocarbons are […]

Electromobility: the new trend in the transport sector to meet EU goals

The transport sector is responsible for the consumption of one third of the total energy in the EU, and for a large part of greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to climate change, air pollution and noise. In particular, emissions produced by cars, vans, trucks and buses account for more than 70% of total emissions. Europe aims […]

Innovation and sustainable solutions for the superyacht industry future

Sustainability seems to be an integral part of innovation for the superyacht industry as environmental considerations are topping the list of yachting owners. The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and the minimization of their carbon footprint are the key trends of future innovations, which will enable technologies to improve efficiency.   Significant budgets are spent […]

When it comes to financial and sustainability performance dynamic optimization is better than sequential

While U.S. voters are picking a President, there is an increasing global awareness among policy makers, financial leaders and businesses that measures to address climate change, from clean energy research and development to disaster preparedness, represent the best path for recovery from the COVID-19 crisis. Industries will be pumped with money, infrastructure revitalized and sustainability […]

Actionable CSR insights for corporations in the UAE that shape the new normal

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing massive economic turmoil in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries through simultaneous shocks: drop in domestic and external demand, drop in oil prices, reduction in trade, disruption of production, fall in consumer and investor confidence, and tightening of financial conditions. At the same time sustainability risks, including air pollution, coastal degradation […]