Securing Sustainable Water Supply Resources — Even in the Most Challenging Environments

Metito is delivering innovative water supply solutions across emerging markets with a clear commitment to the principles of circular economy and the UN sustainable development goals. Impact, sustainability, innovation: with these founding principles, Metito has established itself as a global

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Time to Talk Day – Supporting Staff with Mental Health this Winter

Time to Talk Day falls on Thursday 2nd February 2023 and is a charity led initiative that aims to break the social stigma of speaking about our own mental health – whether that is at home or in the office.

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Why are US Conservatives Against Investment in ESG?

Republicans balking at ‘woke liberal agenda’ that they claim could erode profit margins and threaten livelihoods US politicians are treating sustainability as an ideological debate rather than a science-backed call to action. Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida and a possible

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Wing Bank CEO Invests in his Staff — ‘Better People = Better Organisations’

A healthy blend of leadership styles has brought personal and organisational benefits. The CEO of Cambodia’s Wing Bank Han Peng Kwang, is still inspired by his career, and by the banking industry as a whole. “The need to learn and

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Nordea Finance Facilitating the Sustainable Transition

Nordea Finance prides itself on being the preferred financial partner in the Nordics — and that’s something the company has worked hard to achieve. Nordea is the leading SME bank and business partner in the region, and a company with

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World Economic Forum’s Meeting Agenda Takes a Tilt at ‘Dark Topics’, Ai-Da — and Mind Control…

‘It’s worse psychologically to feel that you are useless than to feel you are exploited’ — Yuval Noah Harari In the mid-1800s, Charles Babbage, an English mathematician, mechanical engineer and inventor, devised a series of steam-powered “calculating machines” — now

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When Will They Ever Learn? Clearing The Climate Change Roadblocks

A study from Science magazine has offered a quantitative look at the decades-long disconnect between the fossil fuel industry’s “private understanding of climate science and its public climate denial”. The largest trade association for the US oil and gas industry,

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Kathrein Privatbank: It’s Been a Tough Year All Round, But There Are Strategies to Cope

Austria’s Kathrein Privatbank has managed to deliver for its clients through active portfolio management — and an emphasis on sustainability. Wilhelm Celeda, CEO of Austria’s Kathrein Privatbank, agrees with the international assessment: 2022 was a particularly challenging year for investors.

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CEO Thierno Ibrahima Diallo of Société Générale Guinée Shares the Secrets of his Career

CFI.co in conversation with Thierno Ibrahima Diallo, chief executive of Société Générale Guinée. Société Générale Guinée, a subsidiary of the Société Generale Group, is the oldest fully private financial institution in Guinea. It was established in 1985, and remains one

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Good News Roundup of 2022: Spotlight on Renewables

After a year marked with continued pandemic challenges, international conflicts and catastrophic climate events, the world is overdue for some feel-good news. It turns out that there was plenty to celebrate last year, more than could fit in one editorial.

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