Business Review Europe's sustainable September magazine now live

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|Aug 26|magazine4 min read

Norwich, August 26, 2016: Business Review Europe is pleased to announce that September's sustainability themed magazine is now live and ready to read. 

This month our front of book focuses on the sustainability sphere, charting the initiatives of some industry giants.

First up is our visit to Proctor & Gamble to interview Global Sustainability Director Virginie Helias, who told us about her desire to make her role redundant by embedding a sustainable ethos across P&G’s vast brand portfolio. We discuss notable achievements made by its Febreze, Fairy and Pampers brands.

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Another manufacturing giant is Interface, producer of £1 billion-worth of carpet tiles each year. Sustainability Director Ramon Arratia tells us about its target to completely wipe out its carbon footprint by 2020 – Mission Zero. Also looking to go completely carbon neutral is the Formula E racing championships, in partnership with Italian energy powerhouse Enel. Read our Q&A to find out more about the pioneering partnership.

In the company reports section we turn from protecting the planet to protecting the people in our profile with Irish Defence Forces, looking at how the organisation is transforming its technology processes to enable flexible communication and access to information wherever and whenever it is needed.

Also featured this month are Home Group, Mistras Group, First Utility and Aldermore Bank, each talking to us about their latest projects, plans and investments.

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Email the editor Tom Wadlow at [email protected]