Engie’s renewable energy installation outside the Paris climate conference.
Companies in the fossil fuel business are coming up with ways to green their image - including sponsoring the Paris climate summit.
Whose message will be heard?
The Paris Climate Conference must not be hijacked by big business and its allies in the world's media.
Businesses should definitely be involved in sustainable development, but watch out for ‘greenwash’.
Have the Sustainable Development Goals been co-opted by big business?
Corporate capitalism has locked humanity into a process of creative self-destruction.
'Insatiable' by Theodore Bolha
To make a meaningful difference to climate change, businesses will have to break out of a cycle of exploiting the earth's resources in ever-more creative ways.
Good for humanity?
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Australia's biggest banks seem more concerned with disclosing how much paper they recycle than their lending exposure to coal mines.
While QANTAS offsets go to protecting forests, other carbon offsets can do more harm than good.
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