This is where we re-examine and redefine our responsibility towards the environment. We dissect issues on climate emergency, biodiversity, alternative energy sources, future fuels, new technologies, and water & air quality, among other things, to see how corporations can assume a bigger role to make a difference.

Image of a lady wearing Wärtsilä safety gear standing in the corridor of a power plant with machinery on either side.
27 Dec 2023 · Article
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Navigating Europe's clean energy revolution
Europe stands at the forefront of the global shift towards clean energy, yet a delicate equilibrium is...
Image of a spacecraft module attached to a 700 m long electro-dynamic tether that will drag the spacecraft towards Earth.
21 Dec 2023 · Article
4 min read
This new rating will help explore space sustainably.
Space could very well be humanity’s final frontier, provided they can navigate a safe path...
The high cost of cooling our world
5 Dec 2023 · Article
5 min read
The high cost of cooling our world
As summer's heat bears down, seeking solace in the cool comfort of air conditioning has become a common refuge....
Image of a giant crack in a glacier
23 Nov 2023 · Article
4 min read
Feedback loops - The key to slowing global warming?
A recent study identified a series of climatic feedback loops unaccounted for in most climate...
Will corporate environmental commitments survive an economic slowdown?
15 Nov 2023 · Article
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Will corporate environment commitments survive an economic slowdown?
Economic slowdowns tend to have companies delaying acting on their...
How can exchanging debt for nature save our planet?
8 Nov 2023 · Article
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How can exchanging debt for nature save our planet?
Belize, Seychelles, Barbados and more recently Gabon have entered debt-for-nature swaps to deal...
The ozone layer is healing
1 Nov 2023 · Article
5 min read
Why the ozone layer is recovering
The Earth’s protective ozone layer is slowly healing and could repair itself by 2045. Can this add hope to our...
How can we solve the world's big drought problem?
27 Sep 2023 · Article
5 min read
The world’s big drought problem and how to deal with it
Recurring and intensifying droughts worldwide are taking a heavy toll on lives, jeopardising...
5 ways to make ICT more sustainable
13 Sep 2023 · Article
4 min read
5 ways to make digitalisation more sustainable
Technology has transformed how we live, but while it enables us to do things faster, more efficiently...
Sustainability achievements at Wärtsilä’s Central Distribution Centre (CDC)
22 Aug 2023 · Article
4 min read
When it comes to sustainability improvements, look to Wärtsilä’s Central Distribution Centre
In 2022, Wärtsilä’s Central Distribution Centre in The...
Making net-zero pledges work
16 Aug 2023 · Article
5 min read
How to ensure global net-zero pledges really work
The path to Net Zero for global corporations is mired in controversies related to greenwashing,...
Unlocking the potential of the circular economy by reducing waste
2 Aug 2023 · Article
5 min read
Unlocking Circularity: Maximising Value and Minimising Waste
Amid the challenges posed by resource depletion and environmental degradation,...
Billion-dollar NASA satellite will track Earth’s water
19 Jul 2023 · Article
4 min read
Eye in the sky: Unlocking Earth’s surface water secrets
A new satellite is set to improve our understanding of global water surfaces to unheard-of...
Early warnings Systems for All
5 Jul 2023 · Article
5 min read
How can the Early Warning System for All help us deal with climate disasters?
The UN has embarked on an ambitious journey to set up a global early...
Image of a lionfish in the sea, surrounded by smaller fish.
7 Jun 2023 · Article
5 min read
Alien species and climate warming are irreversibly altering the Mediterranean
One of the world’s leading biodiversity hotspots is under siege....
Two hospital ships from the Mercy Ships fleet in port. painted on the sides.
10 May 2023 · Article
4 min read
A mission of mercy; hospital ships are transcending borders and saving lives
Each year, Mercy Ships’ state-of-the-art hospital ships embark on a...
Climate change and urban development
19 Apr 2023 · Article
5 min read
Urban streetscapes: A hotspot for climate-change inequality
Those least equipped to weather the hardships of climate change are the most likely to...
Interior view of Wärtsilä's Kampen facility in the Netherlands. Cartons, machinery and people visible.
23 Mar 2023 · Article
3 min read
Energy savings start at home
As the mercury rises across the planet and energy costs soar, so too does the pressure to commit to more sustainable...
Office buildings, green trees and sunny weather
9 Mar 2023 · Article
6 min read
What does the US climate risk disclosure mandate mean for big businesses?
The SEC is on track to mandate the disclosure of climate-related...
A small mushroom growing in moss
1 Mar 2023 · Article
5 min read
Protecting the planet for nature
As time is running out for nature, what are the chances of us succeeding in stopping biodiversity loss? In December...
art drawing, people on a rice field, yellow field, fish
15 Feb 2023 · Article
5 min read
A message of hope through art
They say art is not what you see, but what you make others see. We spoke to artists who are highlighting the effects...
3 Feb 2023 · Article
3 min read
Twentyfour7. Insights Year 2022: 265 content pieces consumed around 400 thousand times, and 81 tons of carbon to be stored
The whole Insights team...
city, dry earth, green city
4 Jan 2023 · Article
5 min read
COP27: The long road ahead
COP27 may not go down in history as a path-breaking event on increased climate commitments. But it certainly will be...
Floating house, ocean
2 Jan 2023 · Article
5 min read
Floating ideas to solve the global housing crisis
Land shortages, rising sea levels, and extreme weather are making it harder for some communities...