We are so often inundated with rhetoric about global warming, climate change, greenhouse gases, the world is doomed etc, that at times it is hard to cut through the plethora of information to locate the hard-nosed facts amidst the news bulletins and politicised thought pieces. In a bid to add a little nuance and clarification…
Green tinted glasses at the ready. Sceptical wolves of Wall Street may take some convincing, but embracing business strategies focused around sustainable long term value creation, innovation, efficiencies and triple bottom line results are not to be snubbed. In ‘Why It Pays To Be Green’ I evaluate how adopting an eco-advantage culture can simultaneously increase revenues and decrease costs. Included are concrete examples of how many organisations genuine commitment to stakeholders, sustainable living and circularity are proving to be critical competitive advantages.
Green School Bali is the world’s greenest school situated in a Balinese paradise that has cultivated a new paradigm for learning. It’s innovation in developing a holistic learning culture and sustainability ethos that promotes stewardship and circularity is nurturing the thinking and talent of the globe’s future green leaders. Join me on my tour around this phenomenal and inspiring incubator for green thinking.
Did you know over a third of all food produced globally goes to waste? Upon learning some jaw dropping facts regarding global food waste, I explore the epidemic, its current trajectory and how altering our behaviour, even in the simplest ways, can mitigate it’s current levels to create a positive impact!
As a self confessed ex-Zara addict, I’ve explored the secrets behind apparel global value chains, supply chain intricacies and environmental toll fast fashion is having on our planet.