Action for Positive Change

The Montreal Protocol is perhaps the most successful international agreement so far. It demonstrates (and gives hope) that with collective action and political will, catastrophic environmental trends can be reversed. The ozone layer depletion observed in the 1970’s was subsequently attributed to CFC gases (and others). In 1987, the Montreal Protocol was signed. Government policy makers,Continue reading “Action for Positive Change”

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Consumers prefer “green”

In 2007, a study showed that 53% of consumers preferred  “to purchase products and services from a company with a strong environmental reputation”. Read more… In 2012, another study showed that 66% of consumers are socially conscious and among them 66% think companies should support environmental sustainability. Read more…  In 2015 in China, a study demonstrates thatContinue reading “Consumers prefer “green””

Climate change at the top of your agenda

While 175 nations were signing the Paris Climate treaty in New York on Earth Day, Friday 22nd April 2016, Tim Flannery was the keynote speaker of the first Aspiring Conversations, “Cool It: dealing with climate change”, with Suzi Kerr and Veronika Meduna. Click here for my comprehensive notes of the event. What can your business or organisation take fromContinue reading “Climate change at the top of your agenda”