If business culture can be strong enough to 'eat' your strategy, then there is little point in spending time and effort on developing a new direction if you don’t pay equal, if not greater, attention to culture.. Join Joss and Dominic from Terrafiniti and other sustainability professionals from the UK and beyond, to explore the challenges and what an appropriate approach means for you in July's SPRG meeting.
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We are increasingly seeing businesses talking about Net-Zero carbon. The more meaningful responses include public declarations about their intentions and clear and transparent targets. Join Joss and Dominic from Terrafiniti and other sustainability professionals from the UK and beyond, to explore the challenges and what an appropriate approach means for you in June's SPRG meeting.
Small particle air pollution – when will we clear it? PM2.5 (small particle) air pollution is one of the most harmful types for human health, exposure has been linked to heart and lung disease, mental health and many other conditions including stroke, cancer and mental health. Air pollution also disproportionally affects children. A global study …
Intent in sustainability can be the difference between differentiating a strong (if nascent) approach from a shallow one.
But intent can be difficult to demonstrate to a cynical world.
Overall Glasgow’s COP26 made good progress in some areas but failed to move others forward - what was really achieved? The world is still way off track for the Paris 1.5 degrees C – the widely accepted target that only really represents ‘hopefully not too dangerous’.
COP26 in Glasgow is possibly the most crucial event for the global community to properly develop climate responses. Does the announcement of the ISSB herald a new dawn for climate disclosure and the end of greenwashing?
An IMF report this week (6th October 2021) suggests the fossil fuel industry receives subsidies of $5.9tn per year – or a more understandable $11m per minute. The climate crisis is already big enough – why are we stoking the fire?
Sustainability Professionals Resilience Group | SPRG Simply making money is no longer seen as sufficient by many. Demonstrating purpose and social value is increasingly important. The World Economic Forum, among others, is promoting “Stakeholder Capitalism”, with a focus on companies playing a positive role in solving global challenges and reducing inequality. BlackRock’s (the world’s largest …
This week (Thursday 14th January 2021) we're delighted to welcome Virginie Coulloudon (Executive Director) and Maria del Peso (Vice-Chair of the Supervisory Board) from Your Public Value, Berlin.
Virginie and Maria will be talking about their work on Common Good and Profit and presenting their Public Value Principles for Sustainable Business.
The Coronavirus crisis is providing a massive shock to our way of life, our health, well being, businesses and livelihoods.
Will this shock provide a wake-up call to re-prioritise what’s important and what’s of value?
We're used to dire climate warnings from environmentalists - less so from the heart of capitalism. Does this message herald meaningful change?
UK Government announces diesel and petrol car ban to be brought forward to 2035 while dispute mires COP 26 announcement in a mixed day of climate news.