Sustainability for the Future
Earth’s finite resources are depleting at an unsustainable rate due to excessive human extraction and overuse, consequentially leading to rises in greenhouse gas emissions. Since the United Nation’s launched its collection of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs/Global Goals) in 2015 serving as a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all,”1 many global organizations have pledged to align with these goals taking drastic, yet necessary action in reducing their carbon footprint to protect the planet from rising greenhouse gas emissions and the effects of climate change. In this Media Room, we share newsworthy information on what Agilent and our collaborators are doing around environmental sustainability.
Critical life science research is a hungry consumer of water and energy. To ensure we balance the needs of the planet while benefiting from essential research, 85% of labs have sustainability goals in place. Read this infographic to learn more about Agilent's commitment to lab sustainability.
Did you know that 1 in 5 laboratory managers consider lab size/footprint to be a challenge affecting their laboratory performance? Of those, 75% believe space-saving designs of instruments can help overcome this challenge. View this infographic to learn how innovations in space design have evolved both in and out of the lab.
Today, sustainability is starting to transform laboratories and change the way researchers and scientists approach products, technologies, processes, and supply chains. Innovation is pivotal for such transformation. Read this infographic to discover more.
This episode of the Agilent Podcast Series investigates how global organizations are striving towards a greener planet by developing eco-friendly innovations and implementing more sustainable practices to reduce carbon emissions and tackle climate change.
This episode of the Agilent Podcast Series explores the idea of a sustainable future with respect to food production and consumption, green building development, and also looks at sustainability as the new frontier for innovation within the scientific community.