In 2018, the total energy used in the UK economy was 199 million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe). There has been a material decline in energy usage since the start of the ONS data time series in 1990 (-11%), and particularly over the past 10 years (-16%).
When transformation and supply losses are reallocated to each industry group, consumers use the most energy in the UK, followed by manufacturing and transport. Between them, these 3 groups account for over 72% of total energy usage.
In a major stride towards advancing sustainability and ESG integration within the hospitality sector, Omnevue, a leading ESG reporting platform, has launched a partnership with The Energy & Environment Alliance (EEA). To mark the [...]
King’s Business School and the hospitality sector’s Energy and Environment Alliance (EEA) are launching an executive education programme developed with input from the industry’s leaders to help them to embed Environmental, Social and Governance [...]
Businesses in the hospitality sector have an opportunity to lead the environmental, social and governance (ESG) agenda and deliver prominently on social values, enabling positive change for their people, customers, and the wider community. [...]
Yesterday, the International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) issued its inaugural standards, IFRS S1 and IFRS S2, ushering in a new era of sustainability-related disclosures in capital markets worldwide. They create a common language for [...]