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  • The world's population is expected to grow to 9.7 billion by 2050. This will push our already overburdened ecosystem and agricultural industry to the brink unless we do something to revolutionise how ...
  • Often our failure to lead sustainable lives is boiled down to a lack of motivation. However using behavioural science we can understand it in more nuanced terms. We all know that we need to adapt how ...
  • 10 Net Zero and Carbon Offsetting Myths Busted

    17 Mar 2022 Pippy Stephenson
    Every business's journey towards net zero needs to take advantage of carbon offsetting. It is the most effective and immediate step a business can take to improve their carbon footprint. Despite its m ...
  • SDG’s Winners and Losers, part 2

    15 Mar 2022 Pippy Stephenson
    The new report from the IPCC is a much needed call to action. It says by the end of the century 50-75% of people will be exposed to deadly heat stress, 8% of farmland will become climatically unsuitab ...
  • Digital technology makes up 3.7% of global greenhouse gas emissions, which is shockingly double that of the airline industry. Since the start of the pandemic our reliance on digital technology has inc ...
  • This week the events industry will gather for International Confex, the largest event for event organisers in the UK. With thousands of people travelling to this show, perhaps now is a good time to re ...
  • Linking Executive Pay to ESG Based Targets

    01 Mar 2022 Pippy Stephenson
    Corporations are beginning to realise that how they treat the planet will impact their bottom line and so are looking to find ways of embedding climate consciousness into the running of their companie ...
  • As we face a certain future of climate change, it is becoming clear that our education system has so far failed to properly prepare students for that future. There have been calls for sustainability a ...
  • UK Councils Climate Action Plans

    15 Feb 2022 Pippy Stephenson
    Councils have the ability and authority to set out plans and provide sustainable infrastructure that will allow individuals to live environmentally friendly lives. In recent years councils have been w ...
  • Due to the pressures that humans have imposed on the planet since the Industrial Revolution, many scientists believe we are entering the sixth mass-extinction in the earth's history. In recent years t ...
  • SDG’s: the Winners and Losers, part 1

    31 Jan 2022 Pippy Stephenson
    What are SDGs? The 17 SDGs or Sustainable Development Goals were agreed upon by the United Nation Member States in 2015 as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which set out a collabora ...
  • The Climate Tech start-up landscape, disruptors & funding

    24 Jan 2022 Lakshmi Gunaratnasingam
    To achieve international net-zero targets and prevent global temperature increases above 1.5 °C, every sector of the global economy needs to be transformed as soon as possible. The response to this ch ...
  • The next decade will be the single most important decade in defining our future climate. One of the key actors in this period is the finance industry; controlling $70.75 trillion in equity markets, $4 ...
  • We all love an events industry gathering, especially one with purpose! With 175 event companies committed and support from more than 110 others this is fast becoming a FOMO-inducing events industry ge ...
  • The annual ritual has begun, what changes and goals will we set this year; dry January, Veganuary, to lose weight, take up a hobby, clear out the loft, buy less plastic. We set ourselves objectives to ...
  • Innovations in Food Supply Chains

    05 Jan 2022 Simona Sdao
    BREXIT and COVID induced staff shortages have brought a lot of attention to supply chain issues, whilst also causing waves of panic buying and anxiety in the public. This did not only happen in the UK ...
  • From climate change protests to the condemning IPCC report to all the build-up pre and post COP26 in Glasgow, there’s been much buzz around environmental action. Climate figures varying from activist ...
  • There is no escaping the facts. Every business journey to Net Zero has to include carbon offsetting. This is the most effective and immediate step a business can take to rapidly improve their carbon f ...
  • Evolving technology, continuing lockdowns and a fraught economic climate have paved the way for more digital businesses. According to new research, more than 85,000 businesses launched online stores o ...
  • Did you know digital emissions are the same as the entire airline industry! Lockdowns and Covid life have forced many businesses to reduce their business related travel and therefore see carbon emissi ...
  • Corporate barriers to net zero adoption

    19 Nov 2021 Maya Mhatre
    Whose responsibility is it to get corporates and small business owners to switch? Should energy providers, electric vehicle retailers, building energy solutions etc be more incentivised to drive up th ...
  • As COP26 comes to an end, we are left with a raft of new pledges and collaborative efforts to tackle some of the world's most pressing environmental issues. Sir David Attenborough told delegates that ...
  • Activist Greta Thunberg blasted world leaders for their lack of action in the fight against climate change at the Youth4Climate Conference in Milan.  In a scathing critique, Thunberg said “They’ve now ...
  • The answer is YES….unless you’re stuck in the 20th century! Long gone are the days where you can grow a business without worrying about the damage you cause in the process of success. There has long b ...