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Carbon isn’t real it’s just an abstract concept

I’ve been fortunate through my research into carbon reporting to have engaged with a number of FTSE 100 and senior market LSE public company executives and main board directors. 565 more words

Change Managemenet

Small footprint. Big Impact. Pemberton gets its own ReUse It Centre.

The share shed at the waste transfer station. Garage sales. Swap and buy and sell boards on Facebook. Growing Great Children’s Great Closet Clean-Out. There are a host of informal ways to keep useful (not no longer wanted) items in circulation, out of landfill. 259 more words


CSR Future Outlook


Government officials, academics, corporates, NGOs, associations, journalists and students and consultants gathered to discuss about Corporate Social Responsibility. A consensus among participants quickly expressed that Geneva has the right ecosystem for CSR and for such an event on global ethics and social innovation. 859 more words


Why a Safety Culture is High Priority

Safety is everyone’s responsibility

In 2011–12, 228 workers died due to a workplace injury.

A degree in economics is not required to realise that work health and safety (WHS) is the best investment an organisation can make.  836 more words


Mill Junction Student Housing - Johannesburg

Addressing the shortage of student within Johannesburg, property developers citiq has converted the city’s unused grain silos into affordable student housing. ‘Mill Junction’ comprises 375 individual apartments, in addition to a host of study facilities, libraries, lounges and computer rooms. 136 more words

The Local Yolk--Beer, Backyard Chickens, and the Business of Building a Sustainable Food System

By Neva Knott

When the environmental movement began in the 1970s, the focus was on protecting and honoring nature instead of depleting it for human consumption. 743 more words

Environmental Journalism

Creating The Culture That Will Change The World

I’ve had a bit of an absence from the blogosphere lately.  Not for lack of inspiration and desire to pontificate on the quirks of consumer culture – but because I have been busy trying to figure out a way to save the world.   834 more words

Consumer Culture