Feb 18, 2014
As a certified B Corporation, Delphi is part of a larger community that’s redefining success in business by voluntarily meeting higher standards of transparency, accountability, and performance.
CDP reporting season is upon us…is your company ready?
Feb 18, 2014
What is CDP?
CDP is a carbon disclosure framework that uses its signatories (over 722 institutional investors holding US$87 trillion in assets) to get companies to measure and disclose their GHG emissions and climate change risks. The CDP is the most widely used framework for climate change disclosures and CDP has also developed frameworks for reporting on water, supply chains, forests, and cities.
Cameco Welcomed to the EXCEL Partnership
Jan 22, 2014
Cameco welcomed to the EXCEL Partnership
We are excited to announce that Cameco has joined EXCEL - Canada’s Business and Sustainability Partnership.
Humber College is Making a Difference! See how Delphi is Helping.
Dec 16, 2013
The Delphi Group strongly believes that academic institutions are a central place to shape the future of sustainability through leading by example in how they operate their buildings and programs, by how they engage with their physical surroundings and community, and by teaching and learning about sustainability. In early September, 2013, The Delphi Group was honoured to be selected to support Humber College through their sustainability strategy journey.
The 2014 CDP Reporting Season is Upon Us—Are you Ready? Delphi Can Help!
Dec 06, 2013
T-Minus 5 months and counting until 2014 CDP submissions are due.
Delphi has helped clients increase CDP disclosure scores—on average—by 57%.
Mitigation versus Adaptation: Where to Invest?
Oct 17, 2013
The last several months have given us our fair share of extreme weather reinforcing the findings of the IPCC’s latest scientific report on climate change. At the same time, these events fuel the debate around what to do about it. While many continue to argue over the relationship between extreme weather events and climate change – Emperor Nero would have been proud – the costs of these events have been staggering, driving debate over where investments should be made to best protect people and assets in the future. Click to read more…
Bounds on Fort McMurray Lifted as Governance Initiative Pursues Sustainable Development
Oct 16, 2013
In recent months, Fort McMurray, and its regional government the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB), have become a hub for innovative municipal development through the Nexus North initiative. Click to read more…
Proven Investment Vehicles May Spur New Renewable Energy Growth
Oct 15, 2013
Harnessing two types of investment vehicles for renewable energy investing; Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) and Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs), would speed adoption rates for renewable energy, level the playing field with fossil fuel investments and attract billions in new investment. Click to read more…
Heritage River Designation Moves Forward in Saskatchewan
Oct 10, 2013
The South Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan rivers received the official nomination as candidate Canadian Heritage Rivers in 2012. Nomination is the first in a two-step process toward designation in the Canadian Heritage Rivers System (CHRS). Click to read more…
E15 Draws Attention of Producers, Consumers & Regulators
Oct 09, 2013
The ongoing battle over renewable fuel requirements in gasoline heated up again this past August, with the American Petroleum Institute (API) launching a public relations campaign against a blend of gasoline containing 15% ethanol, known as E15. While the issue is playing out primarily in the United States, outcomes could have direct implications for Canada since Canadian renewable fuel standards typically align with those in the US. Click to read more…
G4 Reporting Guidelines Roll Out
Oct 07, 2013
This past May the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the non-profit organization that produces one of the most prevalent standards for sustainability reporting, released an updated version of its guidelines – the G4 Sustainability Reporting Guidelines. Click to read more…