The Power of One: Leadership and Corporate Sustainability

By Judith L. Walls What kind of leader does it take to make a positive change? What traits set these leaders apart? In this article,...

Days of Glory past

From the Editors In the run up to the 12 May 2016 Anti Corruption Summit in the UK last week, the British premier let off...

The Dark Side of Emotional Contagion

By Alexandra Dobra-Kiel Investment banks – and the financial services industry at large – continue to bear the reputational scares of some high-profile ethical scandals....

Seeing The Light

By Christoph Burger, Jens Weinmann, Antony Froggatt, and Catherine Mitchell With the emergence of decentralised energy, such as wind, solar, or biomass, as a major source for power generation,...

Building Sustainability into Real Estate

By Joanna Radeke, Alexander Boether, and Alexandre Bezzera Both residents and shareholders enjoy the right returns when real estate companies collaborate and innovate for environmental...

Big Business Models Are Back-to-Front Create Long-term Value By Putting Shareholders At the Back-end...

By Paul Strebel Large firms have been treating their shareholders as their most critical stakeholders. In the short run this might make sense, but not...

Literature and its Role in the Cultivation of Ethics in the Business Environment

By Kyle Scott Literature is, by and large, invaluable in one’s understanding of human nature and the world in general. It serves as a gateway...
Dame Ellen MacArthur

Lessons from Ellen MacArthur and the Circular Economy on How Leaders can Build...

By Peter Hopkinson and William S. Harvey The growth of interest in the circular economy has been meteoric with new initiatives emerging weekly. A...
SDG-led Innovation

Let’s STRIDE Towards UN SDG-led Innovation

By Mike Cooray, Rikke Duus, Joanne Carmichael, and Marius Sylvestersen It has never been more urgent for entrepreneurial, public, and private organisations to join forces...
2022 review

Certainty of Uncertainty: 2022 in Review

By Emil Bjerg, journalist and editor of The European Business Review Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Energy crisis in Europe. Three Prime Ministers in two months...

Going paperless: all you need to know

If you’re a bit of a traditionalist and love making notes in a notepad or printing everything out so you have a hard copy,...
EPC

How Will the Minimum EPC Requirement Impact Landlords in England?

Persons operating leases and rental properties in the England are in a close race against time to make necessary improvements to their energy efficiency...
X ray

6 Ways X-Rays Have Helped Us

November 8, 2020 marks 125 years since German Physics Professor Wilhelm Roentgen discovered the x-ray. On this day in 1895, also known as International...
Corporate ESG Programme

Designing a Corporate ESG Programme that Attracts, Nurtures, and Retains Women

By Chaitra Vedullapalli Inclusion is the new kid on the block that every company interested in advancement is courting. And one of the best methods...

The Coming Food Industry Revolution: You can have your cake with wine and...

By Kevin Parker and Boris Liedtke Balancing food supply and demand in a manner that has a positive environmental impact and ensures a healthier life...
Blockchain Technology

How Blockchain Elevates Africa and Why A Connected Africa is a Stronger Africa

Blockchain is not just about cryptocurrency. Blockchain technology could help remove intermediaries in Africa's value chain, create opportunities for small farmers and bring more...

Ethical Dilemmas in the Coronavirus Care: Who Should Get Treated First if the...

By Won-Yong Oh The coronavirus has spread to every continent. The numbers of confirmed cases and death continue upward in many countries. Doctors and nurses...

The Role of pH in Food Control

Acidity is a vital part of food safety and taste. A sharp twist of lime or a splash of vinegar can help to turn...

The Pros and Cons of Increasing the Minimum Wage

Whether it’s at the local or federal level, increasing the minimum wage has been a hot-button issue for years. The current federal minimum wage...
empowering women

Empowering Women through Sustainable Economic Growth

Women play an integral role in the progress of humans and the development of society. Living in a modern era, women of today are...
Transformation of Education

New Outlook, New Educational Curricula And Proactivity

By Dr Mario Raich, Dr Kristine Marin Kawamura, Dr Simon L. Dolan, Dr Paweł Rowiński and Mr Claudio Cisullo  PART II: Towards A Visionary Prescriptive Transformation...

How to Use Your Eco-friendly Approach as a Selling Point

As the market for eco-friendly and sustainable consumer goods grows and marketing campaigns emblazoned with environmentally conscious messages begin to reign mainstream advertising, what...

Mattress Recycling Tips For Your Hospitality Business

One of the most important things you need to do if you own a hotel, motel, rental property, or any other hospitality business is...

An Open Letter to Researchers Studying the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

I am not a medical doctor, nor specialist in epidemiology, but I consider myself very experienced and conversant with methodologies of scientific research. While...
Plus-Size

Plus Size Fashion: Capitalistic Feminism Or Empowerment?

Imagine you’re a woman trying on clothes in the dressing room. Suddenly the zipper won’t close. The jeans won’t fit. You feel yourself squeezing...

Zero-Waste Tips: 10 of the Most Impactful Habits

 The world produces more than 2 billion tonnes of waste yearly. And it is expected to increase to 3.40 billion tonnes by the year...
Contemporary Capitalism

Five Ways of Reinventing CSR under Contemporary Capitalism

CSR is intimately connected with the way that capitalism is practised, and poor CSR outcomes are often the result of shortcomings of contemporary capitalism....

James Drake Comments on How We Can Protect Footballer Health Following Eric Bailly’s FA...

The Drake Foundation’s sports-concussion research proves that we need to take injuries like Eric Bailly’s more seriously. James Drake has spent the last six years...
Global Business

Skill-building Towards a Greener Future

By Ripin Kalra Moving towards a greener economy is creating opportunities for the introduction of new clean technologies, green investments and jobs. Ripin Kalra, Senior...

Protecting The Environment With Eco-Friendly Disposables

In recent years, environmental degradation has been on the rise and it is a very important issue. One way to help reduce pollution is...
Sustainability - ROI

Doing Good and Doing Well: How Can Sustainability Deliver ROI?

By Luc Speisser, Global Chief Innovation Officer at Landor & Fitch Sustainability focuses on three pillars: social, environmental, and economic, also known informally as people,...

Are Millennials Driving More Sustainable Homes?

Millennials are responsible for driving a lot of new trends and services. As they make up a large proportion of consumers, businesses are constantly...

Reaching net-zero: Cities are Part of the Solution, Not the Problem

By Guilherme Rodrigues Cities have a bad environmental reputation, mostly due to congestion and poor air quality. However, air quality is not the overall picture....

Small business? Energy savings are still a big deal. Here’s why.

When we think of improvements in energy costs and carbon footprints, it’s easy to cast our minds to the big guys. Sure, a supermarket...

10 Must-Watch Movies for Sociology Majors

Arguably, sociology is one of the most underrated and most exciting sciences. Sociology is the study of human social relations and human societies overall,...

Welcome to Utility Warehouse (UW)

Updated September 3rd, 2021 Over the past 20 years, the multi-award-winning company has developed people-focused utility bundles and Partner opportunities. As the UK’s only genuine multiservice...
Smart Moves for Europe's Energy Intensive Industries

Smart Moves for Europe’s Energy Intensive Industries

By Jean-Marc Ollagnier, Sytze Dijkstra, Lasse Kari and Gargi Chakrabarty Europe needs to keep producing chemicals, steel, and cement while reducing emissions from those industries....

Finding New Products by Vision: Eurodrug Innovates in a Sector Dominated by “Big Pharma”

How does a medium-sized company stand out in a highly concentrated market with rapidly increasing capital requirements? Eurodrug is an international pharmaceutical company active...
AI and Surveillance at Work

Watched Over by Machines: AI and Surveillance at Work

By Andreas Deppeler The recent transitions towards having company personnel working at home while remaining digitally connected have sometimes been portrayed as furthering the ideal...

How Domestic Violence Can Put a Damper on Your Career

Many women who are victims of domestic violence aren't permitted to work outside of their homes. This is because the abusive partner believes they...
How Water Sensors Help you Live Sustainably

How Water Sensors Help you Live Sustainably

There are many measures you can implement to conserve water and lead a sustainable lifestyle. Obvious options include rainwater harvesting, greywater recycling, and little...
collab mind

Beyond Collaborative Intelligence we can see a Meta-Mind Society Surfacing and we can Dream...

Facts, Fads and predictions about the joint venture of Human Mind and AI algorithms By Mario Raich, Simon  L. Dolan, Claudio Cisullo and Bonnie A....

How Your Business can Contribute towards Conserving the Environment

Businesses are coming up daily with different products and services that are required by the larger population. As this happens, you find the competition...

Business and Governments and Civil Society and a Healthy Planet

By Sylvain Guyoton and Hervé Legenvre The following discussion took place In April 2020. We aimed at confronting our points of views on the contradictory...

A Voyage Into Premature Aging: The Role of Chronic Stress and its Principal Correlates

By Prof. Simon L. Dolan and Prof. Mario Raich Introduction  The idea of stress and aging was born many years ago while one of the co-authors of...

Crossed Reflections On The Covid Crisis And The Environmental Crisis Of The Need To...

By Dr Karen Delchet-Cochet Our current economic model, based on a linear approach and organized in a globalized and financialized manner, has reached its limits....

From Adam Smith to Karl Marx: How would digitalisation ‘age’?

By Mandeep K. Mahendru and Anirudh Agrawal The world is increasingly becoming digital, where our life-long earnings, relationships, secrets, property and personal rights are stored...
Energy Consumption

How to Reduce Energy Consumption in Commercial Settings

It's easy to save energy by turning off lights and appliances when they're not in use. There is an obvious correlation between your energy...

Keeping Resilience in VUCA era: The Organization Should Learn from the Water’s Wisdom

By Weixu Ding and Jianhua Mao The COVID-19 outbreak started at the end of 2019 that has hurt the world's economy, cultural exchanges, people's healthy...
Housing Unit

Maxwell Drever Shows how to Convert a Hotel Into an Affordable Housing Unit

With the spread of the COVID-19 virus worldwide, governments took measures for curtailing the spread of the disease. By imposing lockdown, social distancing, restricting...

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