climate change

1.7 Blue Marbles- Earth Overshoot Day 2017

1.7 Blue Marbles- Earth Overshoot Day 2017

On December 7th 1972, NASA’s Apollo 17 crew took photograph AS17-148-22727. Better known as the Blue Marble, the photograph was the first of the Earth where both the south polar ice cap and African coastline… Read More

Creating value through sustainability

Creating value through sustainability

In his latest blog, we hear from Jim Fava on how we must continue to create value through Sustainability whatever the political landscape. By now we have all heard many viewpoints and perspectives on the… Read More

Scope 2 – the journey so far

Scope 2 – the journey so far

For those of us who work in the exciting world of GHG emissions accounting, January 2015 was a significant month. The World Resources Institute (WRI), published revised guidance for how entities should report GHG emissions… Read More

What’s next for CDP?

What’s next for CDP?

Read more CDP-related content Anthesis recently attended CDP’s bi-annual Consultancy Partner Briefing. Here are the key takeaways, along with some other pertinent updates related to CDP, climate action and corporate reporting. CDP’s 2017 questionnaire and… Read More

Rio 2016: Is it only the pool water that is green?

Rio 2016: Is it only the pool water that is green?

In 2012 Anthesis, led by Craig Simmons, helped London 2012 become the greenest Olympic games by developing an award winning carbon management strategy. The methodology that was developed raised the sustainability bar for future world… Read More

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