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Is ISO14001 worth it?

Just finishing off the  prep work for this years looming external ISO14001 Environmental Standard audits.

Keith and I have been discussing the merits (or otherwise) of obtaining and maintaining our accreditation in light of balancing this against the delivery of projects and improvements on the ground (the real world benefit). 167 more words

National Trust

What the Paris Agreement means for the private sector

The Paris climate-change agreement endorses the low-carbon approach to doing business. More companies now need to embrace the new disclosure regime and set goals to help to meet the new climate targets, argues Paul Simpson, chief executive officer of the international not-for-profit CDP. 616 more words

COP 21

Israel to India, To Build Forests

Do you believe in a literary cosmos? I do. In the seemingly innocuous collision of two pieces of writing SO removed from each other that they are all that similar. 495 more words


Dumb Phone Challenge Recap

I may be a millennial, but I think I’d survive without a smart phone. I spent all of January doing a Dumb Phone Challenge where I only used my phone for calling, texting, and a few other features. 1,155 more words


KICS Sharing Session# 35: Solar Powered Feeders: an attractive alternative for agri pumpsets in AP & TS

Facilitators: Sreekumar N, M Thimma Reddy, BN Prabhakar
Date and Time: February 06, 2015 / 04.00 PM – 06.00 PM
Venue: Conference Hall, Centre for World Solidarity (CWS), 422 more words


Global nitrogen footprint map shows substantial nitrogen pollution in trade

The first-ever global nitrogen footprint, encompassing 188 countries, has found the United States, China, India and Brazil are responsible for 46 percent of the world’s nitrogen emissions. 207 more words


Sharewear - Style Money Can't Buy

Sharewear is a Swedish Democreativity initiative, an initiative that aims to inspire a sustainable way to be fashionable.

Each year millions of textiles are thrown away and in order to cut textile waste, we need to throw away less. 229 more words