The Ethical Enterprise Award is back and applications are open to recognise and celebrate, business and enterprises that deliver positive impact and change, and a healthy bottom-line throughout their activities.
Since peaking in January 2011, the price of thermal coal has fallen 51%. We highlight nine reasons for this imbalance and suggest some of these factors are secular as opposed to normal cyclicality.
- The simple idea of doing the same things you do everyday but with less energy is the first and easiest step to rebuilding our energy systems to be more sustainable.
- A substantial portion of the world’s population live in poverty without adequate access to basic needs such as energy, health services or education. Not only is this a problem in its own right but produces a massive dilemma when tackling the problem of global warming.
- It’s a significant year for Dr Jane Goodall – the British primatologist, environmentalist, UN Messenger of Peace and inspiration to millions, is celebrating her 80th birthday.
- Following on from the excellent returns recorded in the 2012/13 financial year, momentum was maintained, with further strong performances achieved across most global indices over the past 12 months.