PENGUIN PERSPECTIVES BLOG

Penguin Perspectives Blog

This is your hub to cherry pick the latest news & views on climate change and how its effects will trickle into our economies, societies and daily lives in the years to come. Read on to tune into the fresh perspectives and opinions from both our own experts and the other great movers & shakers out there. Have an idea or topic you'd like to learn more about? Get in touch - we'd love to hear from you!

Something to be proud of: Updates from the Australian Carbon Neutral Market

Something to be proud of: Updates from the Australian Carbon Neutral Market

Jay van Rijn
Climate Crunch: climate risks and financial materiality

Climate Crunch: climate risks and financial materiality

Integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into the core of investment strategies and decision-making is becoming a reality. ESG criteria have made their way to institutional investors’ active investment strategies as well as passive strategies, for example in the growth of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) considering ESG criteria.

What is 'Green Gas,' anyway?

What is 'Green Gas,' anyway?

Biogas, biomethane, renewable natural gas, and responsibly produced gas – these are a few of the terms that folks in the energy sector use regularly and often group together under the ‘green gas’ umbrella. But what are they? Is there a difference between them? And are they all as clean and green as one another? Let’s start with the basics.

How to Green your Natural Gas Offering

How to Green your Natural Gas Offering

Are you a natural gas provider? Want to offer green gas products to your customers? South Pole’s Erin Horleman provides an 9-step guide on how to use a combination of ‘green gas’ solutions to determine the product that works best for you and your customers.

Many (dirty) hands make light work: EcoAustralia National Tree Day

Many (dirty) hands make light work: EcoAustralia National Tree Day

What do you get when you mix an unseasonably sunny winter’s morning in Melbourne with one thousand baby trees, 38 dedicated volunteers and one (no longer!) barren hilltop? Read on to find out...

60 Seconds with Renat Heuberger

60 Seconds with Renat Heuberger

South Pole's CEO and co-founder, Renat Heuberger, has been engaged as a social entrepreneur in the fields of sustainability, climate change and renewable energies since 1999. Here, he talks to NOW – a global community of likeminded people who believe travellers and the travel industry have the responsibility to be a Force for Good – and shares how he, both at South Pole and in his personal life, is walking the talk and working for a better tomorrow.

Beyond adaptation plans: How sustainability can drive your airport’s competitive advantage

Beyond adaptation plans: How sustainability can drive your airport’s competitive advantage

With extreme weather events dominating international headlines, the air transport industry has been quick to take on board climate change adaptation plans – both to mitigate immediate climate risks and to build sustainability into operations. Riccardo asks, will operational sustainability be enough to position an airport as a true sustainability leader?

Inspiring Travelers to Help Preserve Beloved Destinations — While We Still Can

Inspiring Travelers to Help Preserve Beloved Destinations — While We Still Can

The UN estimates that nearly 2 billion people will be on the move by 2030, traveling to destinations all over the world. Travel and tourism can bring us a billion opportunities to make the world a better and more sustainable place — or a billion disasters, if we do not manage it properly.

Carbon mitigation is one piece in the puzzle

Carbon mitigation is one piece in the puzzle

The path to a just, sustainable future isn't straightforward and global teamwork is needed to reduce emissions and mitigate the environmental, economic and social impacts this shift will create. One of the most broadly implemented voluntary measures available to companies and individuals who want to act now is carbon offsetting.

Why the fashion industry needs to cotton on to sustainable supply chains

Why the fashion industry needs to cotton on to sustainable supply chains

Thinking of ‘carbon emissions’ or ‘pollution’ typically evokes images of smog-filled cities or coal plants – not the clothes you’re wearing. Yet after agriculture and big oil, fast fashion is, with its many impacts on people and the planet, one of the most polluting industries in the world. It is also a complex business involving long and often obscure supply chains of raw materials, textile manufacturing, production, transport, retail, use and, ultimately, disposal. How will the fashion industry survive in an age where consumers, especially millennials – a market worth over EUR 13 trillion by 2025 – are demanding sustainability, accountability and transparency?

Australian climate policy discussions in Canada: networking with the Montreal responsible investment community

Australian climate policy discussions in Canada: networking with the Montreal responsible investment community

Montreal is one of the responsible investment hubs of the planet, with a thriving investment community. With over 60 PRI signatories and hundreds of people, Quebec is probably one of the most active regions for the Principles of Responsible Investment (PRI) around the globe. During a recent trip to Canada, I had the chance to present at an informal gathering of experts of Montreal’s responsible investment community. I was asked to present a glimpse into Australian climate policy.

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