SUSTAINABILITY PILLARS PRESENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR SMES
Why would SMEs consider social and environmental dimensions in the early phases of life cycle of their business?
FOCUS ON CHANGING THE UNEMPLOYMENT TREND FOR YOUTH
The rate of unemployment in the world is ever increasing, specifically within the youth bracket. Majority of those in employment are still living in poverty.
THERE IS NO GARBAGE. ONLY FOOD.
We do not have a trash problem in the world, we have a poor design problem. If we would design our products better, there would be no trash because anything that is not of use to us anymore, could be used as input for another process.
Sustainability Management of Riparian Zones
Last week, Nairobi, Kenya was bombarded with a number of demolitions across the county. From my office, the view was astounding. A 5 story office complex built over the famed Nairobi river, was slowly coming down.
POWER TO PEOPLE: SOLAR ELECTRIFYING OFF-GRID AREAS
The inadequate power supply and low rural electrification rates in Kenya have often resulted in missing opportunities towards developing a better tomorrow, for the environment, our children, and the economy.
IT’S TIME TO MOVE SUSTAINABILITY FROM ALTERNATIVE TO MAINSTREAM
For the longest time, corporate responsibility meant charitable giving. Fast forward to 2018, the narrative is changing.
HOW TRUMP'S LATEST ANTI-SUSTAINABILITY POLICY HURTS INNOVATION IN THE AUTO SECTOR
As California battles with the Trump administration over regulating fuel standards, uncertain automakers are stuck in the middle.
MOVE OVER PINK; MILLENNIALS ARE IN LOVE WITH ‘GREEN’
It is no longer a secret that generation Y is more tech-savvy, more informed and more connected than any generation before.
ARE WE DRIFTING DOWN THE WRONG PATH WITH SDGS?
This week the High-Level Political Forum (HLPF) on Sustainable Development happened and entailed numerous panel and roundtables on the theme “Transformation towards sustainable and resilient societies” and on the SDGs under review 2018.