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We have for many years had a power point Introduction to CSEM-BMP. Here is the latest version.
We are pleased to release our handbooks for Private Study. Please note that at this time they may only be used for private study. Any other use will still require our written permission. However we do plan to release updated … Continue reading
Something that has been suggested by Finance Directors attending our Environmental Accounting seminars over the years is that the Companies Acts need to be brought up to date in what they require of company directors. The suggestion has been made … Continue reading
Increasingly we recognise environmental (and social) limits. With this change comes opportunity. Companies can best meet this with an integrated approach. [ The CSEM-BMP Sustainability Leadership Programme includes an Integration module. The following essay is based on insights gained from … Continue reading
Here are 10 actions to save the Planet.
Today the UK Select Committee on Environment, Food and Rural Affairs have published their report on Securing food supplies up to 2050: the challenges faced by the UK.
In ‘Fish technology’ draws renewable energy from slow water currents the University of Michigan News Service describe a machine called VIVACE (Vortex Induced Vibrations for Aquatic Clean Energy). VIVACE has also been featured recently as “Ocean currents can power the world, say … Continue reading