Yesterday’s Headlines 14/06/2016

87

Yesterday a coalition of investors backed the business and human rights benchmark, campaigners are calling on Kingfisher to raise the wages of B&Q employees, and ecobuild challenged the construction industry to redefine sustainability. In other news, it was revealed that Scotland reached its climate targets for 2020 six years early, Low Carbon gave its support for Global Wind Day and the International Festival of Business got underway in Liverpool. For all of yesterday’s news, read below

Human Rights Concerns Raised Over Don Sahong Dam

Investor Coalition Backs First Ever Human Rights Benchmark

Scotland Lead UK Climate Change Fight

Ecobuild Launch Campaign to Redefine Sustainability

Campaigners Call Scottish Government to Drive Zero Carbon Policies

Campaigners Call on Kingfisher to Increase B&Q Wages

Oil and Gas Conference Must Acknowledge Climate Crisis, Say Campaigners

Global Wind Day Recognises Worldwide Renewable Energy

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/features/liverpool-hosts-international-innovators-ifb2016/

http://blueandgreentomorrow.com/features/mia-honours-unique-energy-innovation-project/