Throughout Paul’s career he has published his research and opinions on a variety of subjects. Here you can find scientific papers, articles, opinion pieces and newspaper articles.
SDGs CITIES UNA article Toyne feb 2018 In this article Dr Toyne explores how the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals can provide a common framework for cities to measure progress against key sustainability objectives. Paul is writing in his role as a London Sustainable Development Commissioner.
the-practical-side-of-csr-15-05-04-enterprise-risk-p22-23 In this article, published in Enterpise Risk, Paul describes the practical corporate social responsibility led actions companies are engaged in.
la-contras-newspaper-interview-2006 Newspaper interview with Dr Paul Toyne to publicise a “cafe style” lecture he gave on climate change with citizens in Barcelona in 2006 on behalf of the British Council. in the article Paul talks more broadly about the importance of the environment for ecosystem services.
hrthoroughlyresponsibleoct In this article, published in 2006, Paul provides advice to the HR community on how to get started in CSR. It was written at a time when CSR was commonly managed by either the Human Resource or Marketing and Communications Departments. Some top tips provided by Paul included answering the following questions: Why are
CN_26Jun08_PaulToyne_Timber_SupplyChain In this Construction News’s article, Paul describes how Lendlease has supported its supply chain to deliver its policy of procuring timber only with FSC accreditation. Paul, working with the procurement department, pioneered this policy and showed that delivering sustainable timber could be done within the cost plan and to the delight of its customers.
climate-change-and-environmental-governance Alice Owen and Paul Toyne wrote the second paragraph (below) of the summary of this paper back in 2004. The question has still not been fully answered although ofcourse some nation’s have started to both mitigate and adapt to climate change and ratification of the Paris Agreement is progress too. “Reversing the change to