Results for Speaking Out

Casting the carbon net wider

Casting the carbon net wider

March 28, 2007 Reducing corporate impact on the climate should be about more than just offsetting and carbon neutrality, argues Ita McMahon of The Corporate Citizenship Company. Read more >
Companies leading the way

Companies leading the way

March 28, 2007 Hard evidence on climate change has encouraged a number of companies to take serious action to combat the devastating effects of the potential crisis, writes Peter Madden of Forum for the Future. Read more >
So it’s up to you now…

So it’s up to you now…

February 28, 2007 We've seen the scientific evidence and then the analysis. Now Chris Perceval of Earthwatch calls for a coordinated corporate response to climate change. Read more >
Leading consumers to carbon neutrality

Leading consumers to carbon neutrality

December 07, 2006 The onus is very much on business to lead consumers to carbon neutrality, argues Chris Perceval of Earthwatch. Let 2007 be remembered as the year your company showed the world how to act. Read more >
Taking action on climate change

Taking action on climate change

November 06, 2006 The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change October statement signals a willingness to strengthen the focus on climate change in the investment processes and to actively engage with companies and governments, argue Insight Investment's Rory Sullivan and the IGCC's Stephanie Pfeifer. Read more >
GRI G3 – serving the next generation?

GRI G3 – serving the next generation?

October 24, 2006 The third-generation Global Reporting Initiative guidelines help businesses both understand and report on their impacts on society. But, argues Chris Perceval of Earthwatch, there's still a lot of work to be done. Read more >
CSR and human rights

CSR and human rights

September 26, 2006 Kicking off the human rights edition of Briefing (CCB 89 Aug/Sept), Christopher Avery of the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre argues that companies are making a mistake and exposing themselves to risk if they do not adopt a human rights framework. Read more >