Knight, H. et al. Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Self-Isolation on Students and Staff in Higher Education: A Qualitative Study. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 18, 10675 (2021). Article  CAS  PubMed  PubMed Central  Google Scholar  Higham, J. E., Ramírez, C. A., Green, M. A. & Morse, A. P.Continue Reading

Trill Impact | Case study

PRI AWARD 2022 Describe how you identify positive and negative sustainability outcomes related to your investments. Trill Impact is committed to developing and applying leading industry tools for the identification and assessment of positive and negative sustainability outcomes. Therefore, principles, frameworks and tools are evaluated and developed for our practices,Continue Reading

World Cup: Outdoor Air Conditioning's Environmental Impact

The organizers of this year’s World Cup in Qatar are facing heat for a range of controversies. But when athletes hit the field, they’ll be nice and cool, despite scorching temperatures outside. That’s because the open-air arenas the country constructed for the tournament are air conditioned. Read More: Weary andContinue Reading

The Environmental Impact of Black Friday Sales – The Wire Science

Representative image of a Black Friday sale. Photo: Marco Verch/Flickr CC BY 2.0 Black Friday sales have caught on across the world and the shopping frenzy usually generates billions of profit dollars in a single day, with revenue increasing annually. While many consumers get excited about the heavily discounted products, theContinue Reading

Advancing the ‘S’ in ESG: Digitalising the economy for social impact

Against the backdrop of an interconnected and increasingly complex global economy, businesses are now more aware of the vulnerabilities of disruptions. At the same time, investors, legislators and other important stakeholders are piling pressure on companies to act on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues and demonstrate greater corporate responsibilityContinue Reading

Composite image of 'black friday sale' sign and pile of rubbish

Key points Australians are predicted to spend an estimated $6.2 billion over the Black Friday sales from November 24-28. The annual sale period, which started in the US, has become a major global shopping event. As shoppers bag bargains, advocates are warning of costs to the planet and fast-fashion garmentContinue Reading

The environmental impact of Black Friday – DW – 11/24/2022

The season for bargain hunting has begun. Or so we are told. Every year come the end of November, retailers bombard potential customers with mails and ads about impossible deals in the hope of pushing remaining stock before Christmas.  In the US, where so-called Black Friday originated, the shopping frenzy usually generatesContinue Reading