The Institute of Directors has published a white paper ‘The Green Incentive: how to put net zero at the heart of business planning’.
Responding to the criticism received by Apple CEO, Tim Cook, for asking staff to return to the office, global workplace creation expert, Unispace, has highlighted that the business leader was right to take this step.
The UN predicts one million of the eight million species on the planet will be extinct by 2039, while UK biodiversity is already at a 50 per cent loss.
Brian Bickell – alias Mr Carnaby Street – has to dodge shoppers and tourists taking pictures for Instagram as he wends his way through the legendary London thoroughfare.
The UK’s recession indicators are not yet flashing red but another surprise jump in consumer price inflation in March will add to fears that economic growth will shudder to a halt in the second half of the year.
The boom in postal and courier services means the number of business premises operated by transport companies has grown faster than any other sector, new Government figures reveal.
I’d particularly like the business community to consider the benefits of employing people with a learning disability, autism spectrum condition or both.
At this stage, the next person to point out that the pandemic has led to a shake-up of working culture is unlikely to win any of the major prizes in this year’s Most Observant Commentator Awards.
Since the Paris accord, those following the media would be hard pressed to avoid noticing the accumulation of big corporates announcing their net zero measures and schemes like Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) rising up the media agenda.
When I mentioned the title of this piece to a male counterpart, he found my choice of the word ‘plight’ somewhat amusing!