Nature is slowly climbing our collective consciousness. As WWF have put it ‘the world is where we live’. We’re waking up to the fact that we can’t continue to use our land, water, air and oceans in ways that damage, disturb, pollute and degrade them. Will 2020 be the year that we turn the corner away from decline?
We look at what businesses will (or really should be) focusing on in 2019 and what should be in your strategy and plans.
The budget indicates the government’s funding priorities. We cut through the noise and look at what's important for the environment and sustainability.
All UK companies with more than 250 staff must report their gender pay gap by 4th April 2018. The relatively small proportion who have reported are revealing a hugely asymmetric gender pay gap.
What sustainability trends will be important in 2018? What questions does your company need to ask in 2018?
Population growth is routinely blamed for many sustainability issues - this video explodes the myth
Alongside the challenges to sustainability we already face, there is growing concern about how these might accelerate in the future. One key issue is population growth and its impacts, but should the scale of humanity be seen as a threat or as an opportunity?
Diesel air pollution contributes to 40,000 annual deaths in the UK. Weak regulation and 'cheating' have contributed towards a health crisis that affects us all.
Business sustainability continues to grow but are you focussing on what’s important? What big sustainability issues should you pay attention to in 2017?
Earlier this month law firm Client Earth won its air pollution case against the UK Government in the High Court over illegal levels of air quality across the country. So why is it that a law firm has stepped in to achieve something that would appear to be in everyone’s best interest?