Future of Sustainability News
Wildfires in California and Australia. Tsunamis in South East Asia. Drought and famine in Africa. The Atlantic hurricane season 2020. These may seem such huge issues that nothing can be done about them – but in reality the future is in our hands. Here are the top five things you can do to mitigate climate change
How do publicly listed companies deal with environmental issues and climate change? How do they manage carbon risk? How do they treat their workers, and do they have effective health and safety policies? Do they manage their supply chains in a sustainable way? Do they have a corporate culture that builds trust and fosters innovation?
Climate change is real and is happening as we speak. National Geographic recently listed some of the impacts we are experiencing
In the last decade, South Africa’s construction industry has taken substantial steps towards going green. November 2011 saw new energy-efficient building regulations come into place, boosting a growing trend of cutting-edge green architecture throughout the country.
Reaping the potential of entrepreneurship for a climate-smart inclusive green economy in South Africa.
The corona virus has had a number of unintended consequence – one of them being that Earth has had a chance to breathe because of the pause button that has been hit of gaseous emissions. What do we do to sustain this regeneration of our planet? Cities and industrial areas are major pollutant producers and working towards the establishment of green cities is one way we can ensure we put into practice a lesson learned during Covid-19.
There is a children’s story about a chicken which ran around spreading fake news to all his friends that “the sky was falling”. Now in this time of global concern, when most people get their news off the Internet, we have a major issue regarding Corona. There are other kinds of chickens out there deliberately creating false news. The million-dollar question is – how do you know what is true and what is fake?
Do you see sustainability as a soft issue, removed from the real business of maximising shareholder value? Is it about ‘giving back’ to society through a social investment programme and encouraging marketing departments and facility managers to embrace the new ‘green agenda’?
According to Didizia, these new trends could be advanced further with technology and smarter educated youth population that is increasingly becoming environmentally conscious.
1. Why did Vodacom choose to get involved in the Future of Sustainability?We see the Future of Sustainability as a strategic opportunity to position Vodacom as the technology sector leader in sustainability in the African continent. Vodacom is recognised on local and...
Stellenbosch Wine Routes signed the Porto Protocol on 22 October 2019.
Club Med significantly improves the terms of its debt and includes specific sustainable development criteria
Club Med has prioritised values and practices that are respectful of the environment.