Circularity in a post-pandemic world: An opportunity worth seizing

Circularity in a post-pandemic world: An opportunity worth seizing

Turning the Resources and Waste Strategy from ambition into action

Turning the Resources and Waste Strategy from ambition into action

Now the industry has had time to reflect on the Resources & Waste Strategy, the consensus seems to be that it is pretty fair and addresses most of the major issues. While much detail is yet to be painted, the Strategy undoubtably provides welcome clarity on the direction of travel.

It’s time to turn off the tap

It’s time to turn off the tap

Greenpeace recently tweeted, 'If your bath was overflowing you wouldn't immediately reach for the mop - you'd turn off the tap'. In this instance, they were referring to the spiralling impact of single-use plastics but in truth, this statement holds true for pretty much any type of waste, as Richard Gillies explains.

The 'resource currency': Pushing sustainability higher up the corporate agenda

The 'resource currency': Pushing sustainability higher up the corporate agenda

Recently, I was lucky enough to be invited to speak at the edie Sustainability Leaders Forum. Everyone I spoke to was passionate about pushing sustainability up the agenda in their respective boardrooms so for me, this was an ideal opportunity to engage with businesses which have already bought into the sustainability concept, but who feel they can make an even greater difference in the way their businesses think and operate.

Why employee engagement is vital in developing sustainable retail brands

Why employee engagement is vital in developing sustainable retail brands

Following the recent Responsible Retail event, Harvey Laud, CEO of Helistrat, sustainability management consultancy, discusses how improving stakeholder engagement can help UK retailers realise their sustainability ambitions.