The road to the kerbside collection of flexible plastics

Flexible plastics are set to be introduced to kerbside collections by 2027, but how is this practically going to be achieved? And who is going to pay? Will Simpson investigates. For years, they have been one of the biggest conundrums in the recycling sector. Flexible plastics — the scrunchable ‘film’Continue Reading

Greg Odogwu

In what could easily pass for a scene from a Nollywood movie, Nigerians watched as a moving train viciously crushed a black car sitting in the middle of a level crossing in the Kubwa area of Abuja. Inside the vehicle was a woman, who was later revealed to be aContinue Reading

White & Case LLP

As stakeholders embrace ESG considerations, risks, opportunities and challenges to integration remain ESG, sustainability, climate change adaptation and mitigation, social impact investing and related themes have become ubiquitous concepts that seem to be top of mind for every board director, financier and investor. While there is no universal consensus onContinue Reading

Accelerating business along the road to a nature-positive future

All businesses depend on nature, which we can think about as natural capital assets. The rapid loss of biodiversity puts business resilience at risk, creating the business case for developing plans which take action to halt the loss of nature. In 2019, the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem ServicesContinue Reading