Where does the concept of product circularity sit next to other sustainability metrics, and how can we generate the most meaningful understanding for how to optimise product sustainability from it?
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Plastics: The Story Is More Complicated Than You Think
When people use plastic for whichever reason that might be, does it balance out its production and recycling footprint?
Create a Culture of Sustainability: Start Small
Do you want your business to be more sustainable, but aren’t sure where to start? You are not the only one.
Setting the Net Zero Target – Why It’s No Longer Optional
We can’t wait any longer. It’s time for the business world and governments to show true leadership on climate action.
If we don’t meet net zero, we’ll have much bigger problems to grapple with than a missed target.
Declaring a Climate Emergency: How to Avoid Greenwashing
Far and wide, we have seen councils, cities, and even businesses in some cases, declaring a climate emergency. As of the end of July 2019, there are 901 jurisdictions across 18 countries that have made the declaration. A part of me celebrates this success – people are finally waking up to the reality that we are inContinue reading “Declaring a Climate Emergency: How to Avoid Greenwashing”
Framing Climate Change: Values Matter
At this point, it is not a question of facts. The climate science is indisputable, with 97 percent of scientists worldwide agreeing that this is a real, man-made problem. But it never comes down to arguing the facts. People don’t argue over the latest scientific reports; they argue about their beliefs.