Camera-maker named one of world’s most sustainable corporations

A Japanese camera-maker has been listed among the 2023 ...

Only four per cent of business revenue goes to sustainability efforts

A new study from Designit reveals that businesses across ...

Recycled paper manufacturing in line with SBTi targets

Recycled paper manufacturer Saica has joined the SBTi and ...

Food systems must align with climate and biodiversity targets

Food systems must be transformed to align with action ...
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ESG

Non-executive directors are key to ESG governance

Non-executive directors have a vital role to play in corporate governance to ensure ESG commitments ...
sustainable corporations

Camera-maker named one of world’s most sustainable corporations

A Japanese camera-maker has been listed among the 2023 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in ...
sustainability

Only four per cent of business revenue goes to sustainability efforts

A new study from Designit reveals that businesses across the globe are failing to address ...
Recycled paper

Recycled paper manufacturing in line with SBTi targets

Recycled paper manufacturer Saica has joined the SBTi and committed to long and short term ...
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environmental reporting

Data and finance are the keys to environmental reporting solutions

With new laws requiring greater validity of reporting and ongoing doubt about the credibility of ...
environmental reporting

New technology is needed to simplify environmental reporting

Sustainability professionals are calling for new process-specific technology to make environmental reporting simpler. Current systems ...
TPT climate transition plan

TPT climate transition plans and implications for UK business

The Transition Plan Taskforce (TPT) aims to establish a gold standard for private sector climate ...
Opinions

Voices need to be heard across the entire value chain to transform the food system

Claire Benson, founder and director at SDG Changemakers explains why transforming our food system needs ...

COP 27: A timely reminder of the urgent need to decarbonise the built environment

Kevin Mcguane, energy services director, DMA Group believes that COP27 should serve as a wake-up ...

Farmers hold the key to the climate crisis – if only world leaders at COP27 would listen  

Sandra Uwera, global CEO, Fairtrade International explains why the clock is ticking when it comes ...
Talks

Net zero maze of green credentials

For every company and organisation today, green credentials are a valuable prize in the PR ...
Dec. 1, 2022

Net zero transition: the true costs for business industry and households

Net zero transition takes time devours resources and costs money and in today’s changing world ...
Oct. 27, 2022
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Ep10. How investing in the future is destroying the planet

In the latest issue of Net Zero Heroes podcast, I am joined by Dr David Ko and Richard Busellato, authors of The Unsustainable Truth (2021). They are both experienced investment managers turned sustainability experts. They left their previous sector in recognition of how the world’s reliance on investments drives many of the processes that exasperate climate change. The book focuses on how investing for the future is destroying the planet and what we can do about it. Our lives today are split between living every day and accumulating money for our future. We have over 100 trillion invested, more than the size of the global economy and the planet no longer produces enough to keep this growing. There is no other way to say it, as savings are killing the planet.

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