ESG Foundation

ESG Foundation Special Adviser joins Project Wild Gambia

Sarah Neill, a marine biologist and one of the ESG Foundation’s Special Advisors, has recently been appointed the Marine Life Species Leader for Project Wild Gambia. In her new role she will oversee their marine research and feed back to the team on any latest developments in her specialist area, which includes the Atlantic humpback dolphin and sea turtle rehabilitation.
November 6, 2021
Steve Earl

What does ‘green’ really mean?

With COP26 almost upon us, the thoughts of some of the greatest minds of the planet will no doubt be all over our screens in the coming days. Which makes it slightly strange to be quoting hip hop legends Public Enemy in an ESG column. But few assessments would better sum up the state of the greenwashing issue at the moment than “Don’t believe the hype”.
November 6, 2021
Green Party

Greens call on government to bring in carbon tax at COP26

The Green Party is calling on the UK to announce a carbon tax at COP26, describing it as one of the greatest levers to drive change in society. The tax yield will help deliver a social dividend by funding cheap and accessible transport, free home insulation, and a basic income. They are proposing a carbon tax of £100 per tonne of carbon dioxideThe Green Party is calling on the UK to announce a carbon tax at COP26, describing it as one of the greatest levers to drive change in society. The tax yield will help deliver a social dividend by funding cheap and…
October 13, 2021
Dr Ahmad Karnama

Good reads

Dr Ahmad Karnam, Director of Sustainability at Ericsson and one of the ESG Foundation’s Special Advisors has two publications which might be of interest to ESG followers: Organic Growth Theory for Corporate Sustainability and Electrification of Transportation: From Fuel Policy to Electricity Market and EV Battery Charging in Microgrids.
August 10, 2021

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