Why sustainability performance is key to a business success

Sustainability performance

Strong sustainability performance is fast becoming a business’s licence to operate and also acts as a clever marketing tool.  Businesses who are not prioritising improving their sustainability performance will find it increasingly difficult to operate in the coming years. Consumer advocacy, attracting talent, and remaining competitive through tender processes are just some of the challenges […]

Calling time on timewashing


Got big sustainability goals for the future? Great.  The next big question is what are you doing today, across every area of your business to ensure that you get there? Without a clearly defined answer to this question, you could be guilty of timewashing. Timewashing is the practice of businesses setting ambitious long-term sustainability targets […]

Antaris attends the HSR Conference

HSR Conference

Antaris attended the HSR Conference which took place on the 4th of May in UCD, Dublin. This 1-day conference explored how companies can meet their ESG and sustainability goals and meet the demanding regulatory and standards requirements. At the event Gerard Higgins, CEO of Antaris, led a panel discussion on the implications of ESG (environmental, […]

Understanding Sustainability and ESG

  The terms ESG and Sustainability are often used interchangeably, but there are key differences. Check out our diagram below to understand some of the core differences and to make sure you are using the terms correct in your sustainability communications.  With an increase in awareness about business impacts on society and the environment, as […]

EMAS, ESG and the European Union customer


Antaris is currently working with a number of organisations which we have assisted in registration to the Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS). EMAS was developed by the European Commission for companies and other organisations to evaluate, report, and improve their environmental performance. EMAS is seen to align with the Environment, Sustainability and Governance (ESG) principles […]

Navigating the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) reporting requirements

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The corporate sustainability and responsibility world has gained significant attention in recent years, with increasing demands for transparency and accountability. In this context, the European Union’s Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) represents a major milestone in promoting sustainability practices within organisations. This blog aims to provide an overview of the CSRD reporting requirements specifically for […]

What is Greenblushing?


Greenblushing is when a business or organisation opts not to communicate its positive sustainability practices out of fear of falling short or being scrutinised.  Most businesses today are working towards bettering their impact when it comes to sustainability. Although it can be a vast and overwhelming territory, the majority want to do the right thing.  […]

Coffee Roasters Beware – Health and Safety Executive UK issues Safety Alert!

What is the problem?  The HSE in the UK have issued a Safety Alert in relation to exposure to Diacetyl  vapour which can cause severe and irreversible lung disease.  HSE scientific studies indicated that heating Diacetyl above certain temperatures  significantly increases airborne concentrations and the potential for exposure above  occupational exposure limits (OELs). Exposure could […]

Science-based targets for nature launched.

The Science Based Targets Network – a global coalition of 80+ environmental non-profits – has released the first corporate science-based targets for nature. They build on and complement existing climate targets, which have been set by over 2,600 companies through the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi). Over 200 organisations have already helped test SBTN’s initial […]