A WASTE haulage and recycling firm has expanded its offering with a new large-scale composting operation….
MFR2019 demonstrated all the ingenuity and initiative that needs to be applied to conferences and event globally by bringing Circular Economy to us.
For decades, collaborations and partnerships have been a fundamental part of the sustainable business toolkit, enabling companies to do together what none of them can easily do alone. Over the years, those collaborations seem to have grown in lockstep with the profession of sustainability itself. Scores of such partnerships — some well-known, others flying under the radar — focus on any number of areas…
Dame Stephanie Shirley left Vienna in 1939 in something of a rush. Clutching just a few belongings, she was one of 10,000 or so Jewish children whisked away from Adolf Hitler’s impending Holocaust aboard the Kindertransport trains to a new life in Britain. More than 80 years later we are talking over the phone about what happened next – we were due to meet in person at her home in Henley-on-Thames, but Omicron put paid to that. A fortuitous decision as it turns out. I test positive a few days later and catching Covid-19 from me would not have been much of a footnote to such an extraordinary life.
The Ki Culture Sustainability Training Programme is a new activity for 2021-24, and is part of ETC’s pledge to become a climate neutral network by 2030. Course runs from 18 January – 18 April 2022. Expected time committment: 3-4 hours per week (this can be shared between multiple members of staff) This intensive pilot programme is an opportunity for 10 – 15 ETC member theatres to join a global effort to use culture to drive sustainable change in their organisations and communities. Ki Culture has run a similar programme in the museum sector with major organisations including The Smithsonian (Washington), Museo Moderno (Buenos Aires), Deutsches Museum (Munich), and the National Museum Lagos (Lagos).