608, 2017

Is the UK failing to achieve its sustainable development goals?

By |August 6th, 2017|Sustainability, Sustainability Strategies|0 Comments

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Originally posted on Lexis PSL on 31/05/2017
Is the UK failing to achieve its sustainable development goals?
Environment analysis: Colleen Theron, sustainability lawyer and consultant at CLT envirolaw, looks at the UN’s sustainable development goals (SDGs) and offers some advice about how the UK can better embrace the objectives.
 

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Government ‘has failed to embrace sustainable development goals’, LNB News 26/04/2017 […]

702, 2017

Sustainability and procurement – looking ahead to 2017

By |February 7th, 2017|Sustainability, Sustainable procurement|0 Comments

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Originally posted on 05/01/2017 by LexisNexis

Environment analysis: Colleen Theron, sustainability lawyer, consultant, and director at CLT envirolaw, discusses the envisioned challenges and trends for the sustainability legal and business sectors forthcoming for 2017.

What’s on the horizon for 2017?

When I was asked to think about how the practice of business sustainability law and ethical procurement is […]

2206, 2016

EU Referendum Vote: Impact of a leave decision on the environment: guest blog

By |June 22nd, 2016|CSR, Sustainability|0 Comments

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EU Referendum Vote: Impact of a leave decision on the environment.

Yusuf Abdi: Law Undergraduate Birkbeck College, University of London

30/05/16

The referendum vote on whether to stay within or leave the EU is upon us. You can be forgiven for losing interest in anything remotely political, since the purveyors of politics are an often unconscientious and deceitful […]

307, 2014

Calling Participants for Sports Sector Study on ROI of Sustainability

By |July 3rd, 2014|ESG, Publications, Sustainability|0 Comments

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Last year CLT envirolaw published a pilot study looking into the financial benefits to sporting organisations from implementing sustainability strategies. We are currently looking to expand our research further and enter a second phase in our study on the sports sector.

The pilot study included major sporting organisations and venues, such as the […]

1706, 2014

What do we mean by systemic change when talking about sustainability?

By |June 17th, 2014|CSR, Sustainability|1 Comment

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Monday last week I attended the Crowd’s forum on ‘System revolutionaries’ chaired by Jonathan Porrit . It was a fascinating evening held at the Royal Institution of Great Britain. The debate centred on what is meant by ‘ system change ’ and whether responsibility should be allocated to governments and business on a 50/50 […]

2905, 2014

Wind Farms: developments, reservations and other considerations

By |May 29th, 2014|Sustainability|0 Comments

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Written by Sean Blake.

The onshore option:

A major sector of renewable energy investment is occurring in wind farms. In the UK alone there are currently 4,375 onshore wind turbines and 1,075 offshore turbines and there is definitely scope to increase these numbers.

The main obstacle confronting wind farm production arises from local residents who object […]

2103, 2014

What do Nessun Dorma and Sustainability have in common?

By |March 21st, 2014|CSR, ESG, Sustainability|0 Comments

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It’s been a week since Confex – the event of all events for events –came to an end. Certainly there was a lot going on, from a whole host of venues advertising themselves as the most desirable location for your business meetings to caterers providing delightful tasters, a mini preview of what they could rustle […]

201, 2014

Drawing 2013 to a close – a summary on corporate sustainability

By |January 2nd, 2014|Sustainability|0 Comments

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First of all Seasons greetings and a very happy new year!

 

2013 has been a challenging year for many businesses, with a landscape that continues to change for corporates. We have seen an increased drive to ensure value and drive down costs when it comes to embedding sustainable practices in companies. Those companies, though that are […]