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Written by Dr Haydn Davies, Birmingham City University The World Cup, Wimbledon, the Tour de France and the Commonwealth Games. […]

I recently attended a workshop held at the UK Law society in London, to discuss the topic of Transactional Corporate […]

Written by Lena Fuldauer, Summer Intern Now that the hype over the World Cup is over, one can take a […]

Last year CLT envirolaw published a pilot study looking into the financial benefits to sporting organisations from implementing sustainability strategies. We are currently […]

Set in the London Museum of Brands, Historic Futures hosted a workshop to discuss what the business case is for […]

The annual Barbour Directors’ Club conference was held at Excel yesterday in London. I was privileged to be part of […]

Monday last week I attended the Crowd’s forum on ‘System revolutionaries’ chaired by Jonathan Porrit . It was a fascinating […]

This blog was first published on SHP Online. For more thoughts on whether FIFA should take responsibility for safety standards, […]

2013 was somewhat of a bumper year for reporting and now is the time for organisations to start thinking about […]

Written by Sean Blake. The onshore option: A major sector of renewable energy investment is occurring in wind farms. In […]

written by Sean Blake Having read numerous reports and articles on energy developments, the common focus points seem to revolve […]

Written by Jonathan Porter, Finance Against Trafficking. Human trafficking is not a straightforward challenge for a business, regardless of its […]

Sustainability: it’s just good OSH. This series was first published on SHP Online. 5th blog entry from a series on […]

After a sojourn via Lagos airport my family and I arrived in Oliver Tambo international airport at 5 am two […]

First published on the Finance Against Trafficking website. Click here. “How many slaves do you own?” This was the confronting […]