Yesterday’s Headlines 06/06/2016

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Yesterday an EU referendum poll highlighted a “stark” generation gap in the debate, ING and Tetra Pak announced they have joined RE100 and the first two speakers at this year’s POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe conference were revealed. Other headlines included research that found the pay gap between men and women in the corporate responsibility and sustainability sector is decreasing and governments from across the world put forward plans to improve clean energy at the first Mission Innovation Ministerial. Read all of yesterday’s news below.

 

ING Pubilish EU Manufacturing Report

Professionals Comment on Rising Renewable Investment

Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Pay Gap is Decreasing

EU Referendum Poll Highlights Generation Gap

Friends of the Earth React to EU Waste Report

ING Joins Innovative Circular Economy 100

Governments Plan to Improve Clean Energy Effort

CEM Members Reveal Energy Commitments

Brexit Will Damage Fishing Industry, say Greenpeace

Tetra Pak Commit to Total Renewable Electricity

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/features/first-powergen-renewable-speakers-announced/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/features/business-poverty-events-schedule/