The chief executive officers of some of Europe’s largest corporates have concurred that although consumer awareness of sustainability issues is rising rapidly, the responsibility for changing behaviours ultimately lies with big businesses.
Harvard Business Review published its first issue 100 years ago with a mission to help leaders put the world’s best management thinking into practice. To mark its centennial, they asked eight current and former CEOs from some of the world’s top companies to describe the ideas that have propelled their own careers and organizations. Two themes emerged: first, the need for constant innovation and out-of-the-box thinking as markets become more dynamic; second, the importance of purpose and a vision that encompasses all stakeholders.
Schwan Cosmetics has increased its sustainability initiatives thanks to the introduction of a wooden eye pencils and the opening of a more sustainably designed production facility to produce them.
St. Thomas’ Office of Sustainability Initiatives is holding an online EcoChallenge that started April 20 and runs until May 3. Reporter Annie Terry has the story.
As the pandemic has grounded much of its fleet, the airline continues research into halving its net emission levels by 2035……