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business risk
14
Jan

Can we avoid the fall of giants?

The recent collapse of Carillion plc raises serious questions about the viability of corporate business models. This might not be an isolated event — presenting a major wake-up call for businesses, everywhere. The question is, what should be done:
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07
Jan

CSR is dead. So, what comes next?

While there is more noise than ever when it comes to CSR, there is a huge question mark over how much of this translates into meaningful action, says Mike Townsend.
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06
Jan

Mind the gap between corporate behaviour and sustainability

What factors lie behind the misalignment of company behaviour and its sustainability goals, asks Mike Townsend.
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70% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030: Denmark's largest business organisation has a plan - but the devil is in the detail: what is the investment plan?

https://foresightdk.com/danish-firms-want-regulatory-rewards-for-climate-action/

Covid, climate, food: “If we do not do things differently, we are finished.” https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/jun/03/jane-goodall-humanity-is-finished-if-it-fails-to-adapt-after-covid-19

Post-Covid: How can we think about building-back-better in the construction sector? @MaceGroup CEO Mark Reynolds shares an excellent plan for transforming construction. https://www.linkedin.com/posts/mark-reynolds-mace_construction-transformed-a-pivotal-moment-activity-6674640094781026305-UmJE

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