The fashion industry is the second biggest polluter after oil. Meet the pioneers weaving sustainability into the world of fashion
Corporate volunteering is a great way to foster a sense of purpose and collective pride among employees. But how do you motivate your staff to get involved? In celebration of Volunteers Week, 1-7 June, we’ve put together seven simple steps to get started.
We have been working hard to reduce the amount of waste which is sent to landfill by increasing our recycling. We now have zero waste going to landfill and our recycling rate has been steadily growing.
Forget launching space rockets to Mars, perhaps the most impressive of Elon Musk’s achievements has been to make renewable energy aspirational.
We talk to Deepak Ravindran, Co-founder at OddBox – London’s first social enterprise, based at Parkhall Business Centre in West Dulwich, delivering wonky fruit and veg boxes to homes and offices across the capital.
London is fuelled by coffee, but our habit also produces a lot of waste. Happily, some companies are trying to change that.
Workspace Group refurbished Chester House, cutting the whole lifecycle carbon emissions of the building by almost 25%, saving over 4,000 tonnes of CO2 over the building’s 60-year lifespan.
Corporate social responsibility is no longer the clichéd buzzword it used to be. We take a look at a movement where sustainability isn’t a secondary concern but is central to business strategy. Workspace customers such as B Lab and Anthesis are at the cutting edge of “caring capitalism”.