Let’s stop talking sustainability and start talking good business
By Hayley Morris   Sustainability is not a new concept. But it does require new thinking. New thinking that redefines the current business-as-usual environment.   It is about longer term thinking.   It is about placing equal value on social and environmental returns, as we...
What’s workforce got to do with it
It goes without saying that companies want to motivate their workers to be more efficient, more productive, and increase profitability. Happy employees are productive employees who take fewer sick days, will be more loyal, will be less likely to leave and in general will be a positive influence on...
Setting a sustainability performance target
Sustainability performance targets are an important part of an organisation’s sustainability strategy. Targets help to communicate corporate goals and objectives. They provide clarity that shapes the design of your actions with the specific goal of improved performance.   A sustainability...
Why reporting is good for business
In January we welcomed Simon Humphrey to the Impact Sustainability team as Managing Director of the UK and Europe.   To coincide with this event, we explore the UK’s mandatory carbon reporting laws and discuss how they are good for business. Companies that view this law simply as a burden...
Food for thought
As the holiday period winds up and we start to refocus on that new years resolution of eating healthier – it’s a good time to consider the impacts of our diet on the planet and how everyone of us has the power to make a difference to our environment by making changes to the way we...