Friday, June 14, 2024

Why transitioning to a green economy can kick-start a revival in UK manufacturing

Rishi Sunak claims his economic “plan” is delivering results, and with lower inflation, he might have a point. However, a more profound and concerning issue looms over the economy: the reluctance of investors to back British businesses. Pension funds are seeking returns elsewhere, venture capital is hesitant, and the London Stock Exchange appears weak. We […]

Explaining the regulation of EHS and ESG

It is no secret that navigating today’s highly regulated landscape requires a certain amount of strategic planning within the organisation. As we keep moving forward into an era of corporate sustainability, however, the need for such planning and coordination is going to become even more important: an indispensable capability that compliance and risk teams will […]

China, World’s Largest Seafood Producer, Ratifies WTO Deal on Fisheries Subsidies

Tianjin, People’s Republic of China, 28 June 2023 – China, the world’s leading marine fishing producer, has formally accepted a historic trade agreement for ocean sustainability at the World Economic Forum’s 14th Annual Meeting of the New Champions. It will help bring into force a global deal struck a year ago by the World Trade Organization’s […]

New WEF Report Finds Global Shocks Affect Energy Transition Progress With Sustainability Improving

After a decade of progress, the global energy transition has plateaued amid the global energy crisis and geopolitical volatilities, according to a new World Economic Forum report, Fostering Effective Energy Transition 2023. The report suggests that while there has been broad progress on clean, sustainable energy, there are emerging challenges to the equity of the transition […]