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The human side of corporate reform

The human side of corporate reform

April 13, 2017 Part of the enduring disconnect between business and society lies in narrow assumptions about what motivates people. A key to companies realising the business benefits of a well-defined corporate purpose is to activate motivation beyond money and status, argues Charles Wookey from Blueprint for Better Business. Read more >
Air pollution: The business concern

Air pollution: The business concern

April 13, 2017 Air pollution has been hitting the headlines recently, but what are the implications for businesses and what can they do to tackle it? Richard Phillips provides some answers.   Read more >
Can Business Use Carbon Finance to Deliver on the SDGs?

Can Business Use Carbon Finance to Deliver on the SDGs?

March 09, 2017 Carbon finance, i.e. investments in projects that sell emissions reductions, offers a significant opportunity for companies to demonstrate a tangible contribution to the SDGs. Voluntary carbon markets are now evolving to help companies demonstrate this wider impact, writes Ben Massie. Read more >
Banking on a Low-Carbon Future

Banking on a Low-Carbon Future

March 09, 2017 Banks are uniquely positioned to act as catalyst for system-wide change, through shifting capital from high to low carbon investments. ShareAction’s Sonia Hierzig outlines the key areas for investor engagement with banks on the severe risks posed by climate change Read more >
Take responsibility

Take responsibility

March 09, 2017 When Uber’s boss fell out with one of his drivers, the video went viral. In the process he taught us all a lesson about true responsibility, says Mike Tuffrey Read more >
UK workforce: End take your guinea pig to work day

UK workforce: End take your guinea pig to work day

March 09, 2017 The UK faces an emerging workforce crisis. What’s needed is a fundamental shift in mind-set by companies to address productivity levels and workforce exclusion. From this, the right policies will follow, argues CC’s Peter Truesdale. Read more >