I have worked in many industries during my 30 year career. This cross-sector experience, particularly in the ethical arena, allows me to share best practice and innnovation. Take a look at my blog to read my interviews with Inspirational Sustainability Leaders from different sectors.
Trade shows, conferences and live events are temporary and often wasteful. So there are so many ways that improvements can be made to create more sustainable practices.
The clothing industry has far-reaching opportunities to make positive changes by embracing the circular economy, tackling the returns problem and engaging the entire value chain.
The tourism industry has a unique opportunity to have a positive impact across so many sectors: travel, household, food and drink, furniture, fabrics, diversity and inclusion, conservation.
With the heightened consumer interest in natural products and a healthier lifestyle, there are so many ways to innovate and do the best for people and planet from packaging to ingredients.
The advertising industry adds an extra 28% to the carbon footprint of every person in the UK. Consumers and buyers are looking for purpose-driven brands and greenwashing must be avoided at all costs.
Businesses who do not produce actual products may think they have very little impact on the environment. But, of course, they do have people who should be an invaluable asset. Also no business works in isolation and every company can do something.
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