How the UN Sustainable Development Goals can be a force for good business By Dr Paul Toyne www.paultoyne.com Reporting against the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) has increasing business support For me, one pleasing aspect of 2018 has been the increasing trend of business recognition of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development goals (SDGs) as
Blog and Publications
Paul is often asked to provide thought-leadership articles and opinion pieces for the media and organisations seeking to promote and stimulate debate on sustainable development. In the publication section, articles can also be found on a range of subjects from the built environment to corporate social responsibility. A selection of blogs are provided below.
In his latest blog, Dr Toyne describes some of the drivers that are leading to an increase in demand for offices that provide health and well-being benefits to their users.
Can your business use the United Nation’s sustainable development goals to drive better performance?
Can your business use the United Nation website blog By Dr Paul Toyne, In this blog Paul as Chair of Constructing Excellence Sustainability Theme Group explores some of the drivers behind the value in using the UN SDGS, and the future work of Constructing Excellence exploring one goal SDG12. Originally published by Constructing Excellence in September 2018
By Paul Toyne | May 2, 2018 Is your business climate resilient, do you know what your climate-related risks are? Whilst more still needs to be done to reduce our carbon emissions and manage a global temperature rise of 1.50 – 20 Celsius, have you thought about how future climate change impacts will affect your business? Investors are increasingly concerned
By Paul Toyne | May 8, 2018 Banning hybrid cars by 2040 – good or bad for climate reductions? Over the weekend I read with amazement the negative response to the suggestion that around 98% of the existing new vehicle market will no longer be sold within the next 22 years, including hybrids – as might be proposed
Paul chaired a number of sessions in the main conference arena at Ecobuild in March 2018. With some excellent speakers and great participation from an engaged audience some interesting conclusions could be drawn. Paul chaired a session on natural capital. His main takeaways were despite the increased in understanding of the concept there needs to