Results for Environment

Under the weather

Under the weather

May 18, 2006 For many companies, going carbon neutral is really not that difficult. Harder, but not impossible, is envisaging the sorts of steps a country like Britain can take to achieve Kyoto targets. Read more >
Environment round-up issue 86

Environment round-up issue 86

March 16, 2006 Four out of five US consumers would pay more for books published on recycled paper whilst several companies including Microsoft are phasing out the use of PVC. Zurich Financial Services are helping to restore mangroves in Sri Lanka and the UK government is urging TV braodcasters and retailers not to sell or promote receivers that waste energy. Read more >
Reporting in crisis

Reporting in crisis

November 01, 2005 Mallen Baker calls for leading corporate reporters to challenge what is becoming an increasingly tired format of the non-financial report. Read more >
S.E.E. the power of business

S.E.E. the power of business

November 01, 2005 Major US companies are backing a new initiative asking if business has the power to make a difference. Critics pan the 'flexible' approach to metrics, but the focus on measuring real social impacts is a positive development. Read more >
Environmental management

Environmental management

July 01, 2005 Environmental management activities are multiplying across the private sector as climate change rises on the world's agenda. Toby Kent examines some innovative programmes. Read more >
The environment is dead

The environment is dead

July 01, 2005

Civil society's organisations and institutions are likely to undergo an upheaval as we scale up responses to environmental issues like climate change. This should be seen as an opportunity, argues John Elkington.

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Has the environment changed as a business issue?

Has the environment changed as a business issue?

July 01, 2005 Business in the Environment's tenth birthday is an opportunity to look back and see how 'the environment' has changed as a business issue. Many companies have achieved significant improvements in their internal 'eco-efficiency. Read more >