COP28: A new focus on health at the end-of-year climate summit looks tailor-made for the built environment sector, argues Jim McClelland.Continue reading
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‘Green Day’ heat no reason for ‘greenhush’
Heavy criticism of the UK Government’s ‘Green Day’ relaunch is no reason for business to go quiet on its goals and ambitions, to ‘greenhush’.Continue reading
Davos redefined for the ‘turbulent Twenties’
How Davos 2023 remade the business case for sustainability, despite economic ground shifting beneath the feet of a well-heeled global elite.Continue reading
Volatility is bad for People, Profit and the Planet
Market volatility is bad for Profit and People, but could prove even worse for the Planet, as we pay the true cost of living unsustainably.Continue reading
Time to get in good trouble, for the Planet
Reasons to dig out that soapbox, take a stand and raise a fist in peaceful protest — it’s time to get into ‘good trouble’, for the Planet.Continue reading
Davos: Storm brewing up in the Swiss Alps
The mood in Davos has been different this year, not just due to pandemic and war, but broad business concerns around ESG and sustainability.Continue reading
Biodiversity risk not on business radar
What is the big risk not yet on the business radar, that is actually the one to watch? Begin your business plan for biodiversity, today!Continue reading
Boxing clever in 2022: Will you block or duck?
Having spent much of 2021 on the ropes, fighting off the pandemic, will sustainability answer the bell and come out boxing clever in 2022?Continue reading
Was 2021 a good year for the environment?
In the shadow of the pandemic, 2021 was a bad year for many of us in many ways; but was it actually a good year for the environment?Continue reading
Hope not hype: Holding out for a net zero hero
The UK government has set an ambitious net zero target for 2050, but its credibility is in question — could it learn from the private sector?Continue reading