Challenging reforms to international environmental governance

Sheila Aggarwal-Khan, International Green Awards judge, considers the context in which reforming environmental governance can be effective. Read more…

Green innovation: making ripples or waves?

collaboration

Without systems thinking, even the best new ideas can only go so far says WWF’s Dax Lovegrove. What will it take to join up the dots? Read more…

Future Future Future Perfect – Green Technologies That Could Save The World

Green Tech World

Technological innovation is undoubtedly one of, if not the most important factor in sustainable development. This article looks at a few of the technologies could previously could only dream of, many of which are now almost within our reach. Read more…

Microactivism: A million drops of water make a rainstorm

Raindrops and Ripples

Grass-roots campaigners have never had a greater opportunity to get their messages seen and heard by the global community, and we as individuals, are empowered to participate in campaigns that can change the world for good. Read more…

Sustainable Capitalism?

Share

Sustainability now needs to be embedded in the DNA of every business for long term success, profitability and lower operational costs, writes Kaj Embre’n. Read more…

Strong business case for resilience

Extreme weather highlights the case for businesses to develop stronger risk assessment processes Read more…

How do you persuade a billion people to change their lives?

TBWA Denmark

Businesses leading the way on sustainability now accept that they need to take responsibility for the social and environmental impacts of their products, and that means helping their customers use them more sustainably. Read more…

COP 17 – The case of South Africa

Can we address climate change, and promote economic growth at the same time? Read more…

Could the USA lead the clean energy debate?

In his State of the Union Speech, President Obama issued the following statement: “The nation that leads the clean energy economy will be the nation that leads the global economy.” In the current clean energy climate, it would seem the President is speaking of China. Read more…

Wangari Maathai and the Green Belt Movement

The recent death of Wangari Maathai, Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of the Green Belt Movement gives us the opportunity to reflect on her inspiring story but also consider how her influence on the environmental agenda in Africa has shaped the political landscape of our world today. Read more…