Climate change and pollution: the toll of tourism

A tourist beach full of garbage.

While a strong economic driver, international tourism is also a burden on the fight against climate change. It is time for the sector to acknowledge its environmental responsibility and to transition to a more sustainable model. 10.12.2018 by Teresa López The total number of international travellers increased in 2017 for the eighth consecutive year, reaching […]


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Flow Festival uses EKOenergy labelled grid electricity

9.08.2018 : All grid-electricity used at Flow Festival, “Nordic countries’ coolest music festival” is ecolabelled by EKOenergy. One of the world’s first carbon neutral music festival uses EKOenergy labelled electricity.


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SAP leads the transition to a low carbon economy model

31.07.2018 : The cutting edge software corporation SAP has recently released its Integrated Report 2017, giving updated data of its social and environmental performance and stressing its ambitious commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2025.


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Caring for the environment is caring for your own health

21.06.2018 by Teresa López Every year an increasing amount of individuals start to pay more attention to their consuming habits as well as be more aware of the direct impact these routines can have on the world and their lives. The so-called LOHAS (lifestyle of health and sustainability) consumers search for something extra in their […]


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The fashion industry’s duty to lead the change towards sustainability

A coat being lifted out of the ocean by a fishing hook. Text: "#UpcyclingTheOceans campaign by Ecoalf"

16.05.2018 by Teresa López Today most of us know that fashion is among the top most polluting industries in the world – competing with transportation, oil and gas production, farming and agriculture. This has been going on for decades, but somehow the textile sector has managed to get by and keep its shiny public appearance. […]


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EKOenergy, a natural step for sustainable companies

A group of farmers standing and smiling among crops in Ecuador.

15.02.2018 : Copade Foundation, Spanish reference in fair trade and responsible forest management promotion, is joining EKOenergy in taking one more step towards sustainability. Since the beginning of 2018, the Development Cooperation NGO has been powered entirely with EKOenergy labelled 100% sustainable electricity.


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Chocolates Artesanos Isabel uses EKOenergy

Chocolate, a mixing spoon, a ribbon, and cocoa powder on a wooden table.

6.11.2017 : The Spanish chocolate factory Chocolates Artesanos Isabel prioritizes sustainability in all of its production. For the owner Isabel Félez Roselló, using EKOenergy-labelled electricity is an important part of the bigger picture. We got in touch with her to learn more about the company’s plans.


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How to communicate about your EKOenergy choice?

A pile of colourful books.

20.09.2017 : A variety of commercial brands around the world – including a publishing house, a cosmetics brand as well as an ice hockey team – have switched to EKOenergy certified energy and use the ecolabel on their products. Even a Finnish city has switched to EKOenergy!


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EKOenergy for Yves Rocher

Yves Rocher building.

2.05.2017 : We are proud to announce the arrival of Groupe Rocher as a new consumer of EKOenergy in France. Since the beginning of 2017, half of its electricity consumption in France has been certified as EKOenergy.


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EKOenergy for L’Oréal in Russia

A L'Oreal building at night.

20.12.2016 : Little by little, EKOenergy is finding its way to Russia too. Local renewable energy transactions are still difficult, but we are confident that this will change in the near future.


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