It is apparent that COP promises from previous years have failed to be met, leaving vulnerable nations more exposed to climate change consequences.
For businesses, Earth Day should not just be a day of social media platitudes for reputational gain, but for meaningful actions and decisions.
Emeritus Professor Andy Mullineux examines the recent confusion of government tax proposals and reversals and asks if they’re fair and effective.
As consumers have become increasingly aware of their shopping habits and how they impact the environment, fast fashion brands have come under fire.
There is a huge disparity between public opinion on how businesses should behave on environmental and social issues, and how they are actually behaving.
The University of Birmingham has become the first Higher Educational establishment to introduce climate change into its BSc Accountancy and Finance degree course.
The BSc Accountancy and Finance degree is incorporating climate change into the programme, which is believed to be the first of its kind in the world.
Professor Ian Thomson, Dr Mayya Konovalova and Dr Madlen Sobkowiak lead mainstreaming of climate change into University of Birmingham's accountancy course.
By Professor Ian Thomson, Director of Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business Business
Professor John Bryson, Department of Strategy and International Business
By Professor John Bryson, Department of Strategy and International Business.
By Professor Ian Thomson and Dominic Bates, Lloyds Banking Group Centre for Responsible Business