Coverage of Premier and English Football League to carry Albert sustainability certification, as broadcaster steps up efforts to meet its ambitious 2030 net zero carbon goal
EXCLUSIVE: Sky CEO Jeremy Darroch will tell Edinburgh TV Festival that broadcasters should work together to better communicate environmental issues through the critical decade ahead
Sky said it expects the Hertfordshire studios to be fully powered by renewable energy, in keeping with its plan to be net zero carbon by the end of the decade
Sky Sport's Steve Smith explains why the new albert Sports Consortium represents such an encouraging step forward for the sector's environmental ambitions
Broadcaster pledges to cut and offset CO2 emissions from all Sky Originals shows made since 2019
Letter from 206 major firms provides clearest sign yet of widespread support from the business community for an economic recovery plan that prioritises climate action, and suggests taxpayer support should only go to firms that are committed to decarbonisation...
Once the immediate coronavirus threat has passed, corporates must ramp up their climate efforts, argues WWF's Seán Mallon
Broadcasting giant's wide-ranging carbon reduction plans include proposals to help encourage audiences to embrace the net zero transition
Loop becomes latest investment from Sky Ocean Ventures, as broadcaster pumps $2m into reusable packaging programme
Government teams up with Sky to support innovations such as biodegradable water bottles, packaging made from seaweed, and plastic-free tampons
Media giant's Sky Ocean Ventures impact investment vehicle also seeking to leverage £100m funding from other businesses to support plastic reduction innovations
Sky Ocean rescue campaign calls on people to curb use of single use plastics and ensure they recycle over the festive season
Broadcaster reports early success against targets for corporate travel emissions, recycling, food waste and water consumption, but fire damage threatens energy efficiency progress
Broadcaster to promote refillable bottles in a bid to tackle ocean plastic crisis and make the Oval a 'plastic-free venue'