It’s estimated that by 2050, global aviation could account for over 22% of all global carbon dioxide emissions due to rapid growth in air traffic – and with limited operational and aircraft design options for reducing emissions, there is a need for more low-carbon fuels.
Forestry South Africa (FSA), South Africa’s forestry organisation, has launched the Forestry Explained recreational map.
Billionaire fortunes increased by 12% last year or $2.5 billion a day, while 3.8 billion poor people saw their wealth decline by 11%. This is according to a recent report by Oxfam, an international federation.
The world’s ability to foster collective action in the face of urgent major crises has reached crisis levels, with worsening international relations hindering action across a growing array of serious challenges.
Companies of all trades are putting more focus on selling water saving products – this is not only the responsibility of South African households, but every company in every industry needs to get the message across.
Georgina Guedes reports on how education is preparing young women for business.
Do the benefits of putting plants on outdoor walls outweigh the cost of installation and maintenance? Carolyn De Kock reports.
It’s okay to be overconfident as long as you don’t cross the line, writes Busani Moyo.
Golf gets a bad rap from environmentalists, writes Busani Moyo. Can its reputation be saved by thoughtful course design?
Embracing diversity in all its facets can play a fundamental part in changing an organisation’s ethos, and make it more adaptable, disruptive and innovative, writes Tamsin Oxford.
Wallet full of loyalty cards weighing you down? Georgina Guedes investigates the growth of “one card for all” partner schemes.
The supply-chain industry requires a great breadth of evolving skills. Trevor Crighton investigates how local businesses and institutions are shaping up to provide these skills.
Katherine Graham speaks to three women about their journey to the financial services industry.
With load shedding back and electricity price hikes on the horizon, Anthony Sharpe squints up at the feasibility of solar power for businesses.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) South Africa and the Embassy of Sweden, Pretoria, teamed up recently to encourage future leaders, influencers and diplomatic corps to participate in a seven-day sustainable living challenge and to showcase meaningful contributions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (or SDGs).