The circular economy is an approach to resource use that focuses on keeping materials in use for as long as possible. It seeks to eliminate waste through reuse, recycling, or recovery. Today we dive deeper into the circular economy to understand the growing interest. We look at the benefits for businesses, individuals, and society. We also explore the challenges to full adoption by companies.
As a business owner, you know that sustainability is vital for the future of your company. But what does it really mean to be sustainable, and how can you ensure your business operates sustainably? The answer lies in ESG: environmental, social, and governance. These are three pillars that all businesses should consider when making decisions to create a sustainable future. But where do you start? Here are a few tips to help you get started on your ESG journey!
Over the last few years, discussion has surged around sustainability and environmental careers. No longer a fringe field, sustainability professionals have become some of the most in-demand new hires in the world. What's fueling this demand? These factors may hold a key to understanding and responding to the changing green landscape.
Green industry business is a booming opportunity for eco-entrepreneurs around the world. In developing countries, many people are turning to green business as a way to provide sustainable livelihoods and improve their quality of life. Learn what green businesses are, and find 7 sustainable business ideas for Eco-entreprenuers in this infographic.
Bosses and supervisors often struggle to find innovative ways to improve employee morale. This is especially relevant in smaller office spaces, as tensions can easily run high and escalate in such close quarters. Fortunately, there are easy ways to keep employees happy, healthy, and productive in a small office space. Read below to learn more!
A green business serves the local and global environment's best interests, which means it helps the community and economy that rely on a healthy earth. An environmentally conscious company focuses more than simply on earnings; it also analyses its social and environmental impact. Such a firm is sustainable because it contributes to the health of the structure in which it functions, so assisting in the creation of an environment conducive to its success.
With the in-office workforce transitioning into a more hybrid workplace model, companies large and small are reevaluating how to use their facilities best. Through more sustainable models and green-friendly initiatives, they aim to cut costs and consolidate unused square footage and space. If your company wants to put its greenest foot forward, here are some tips and considerations on how to make a hybrid workplace more sustainable.
As financial institutions divest from fossil fuels and world governments commit to climate objectives, investment in renewables is guaranteed to grow. Renewables are establishing themselves as a fundamental component of our models of the future. Here are business opportunities in solar and how you can profit from them.
The ground is shifting from mere talk to concrete action around business sustainability. So, how do you evaluate your organisation's green efforts? These ten questions provide a great starting point.