• Konftel calls for climate consciousness

    Comms companies cannot be content with helping others reduce their carbon footprint, the industry must get its own house in order, says Konftel CMO Stefan Eriksson.
  • Xerox receives royal recognition for climate commitments

    Xerox is amid the cohort of companies awarded the inaugural 2021 Terra Carta Seal, launched by HRH The Prince of Wales to recognise businesses driving innovation to create sustainable markets.
  • Agilitas pledges to plant 100k trees

    Agilitas is teaming up with carbon offsetting charity Ecologi to plant 100k trees before 2026.
  • Nxt2Nu set on restoring the rep of refurbished tech

    Tech distributor Instant Access Europe has spun off a channel-only subsidiary, Nxt2Nu, to make second life mobiles a first-choice option for businesses.
  • Majority of channel yet to set net zero goals

    Despite 60% of UK IT channel companies stating their organisation already has an ESG strategy in place, 63% are yet to set a carbon-neutral or net-zero goal.
  • Technology key if UK to hit carbon targets

    Where businesses have made the greatest strides towards Net Zero targets, organisations are investing in the greenest solutions. Examples include business productivity technologies (investment by 89% of firms), collaboration technologies (70%), cloud technologies (69%) and carbon emissions measurement technologies (33%).  
  • Digital Space invests in sustainability services

    Digital Space has invested in two new partnerships, with Circular Computing and Re-Tek, to deliver improved sustainability services for its customers.
  • Union Street spreads seeds of sustainability

    Union Street is branching out its sustainability efforts by planting a tree, each year, for every partner it works with.
  • Channel leaders confident in greener future

    IT channel leaders are confident that they can make sustainable change within their company, with 84% stating they were optimistic about adopting more eco-friendly processes throughout their supply chains.
  • BT brings forward net zero targets

    BT Group has brought forwards its net zero target from 2045 to 2030 for its own operational business and 2040 for its supply chain and customer emissions.


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