Dr Paul Toyne is often asked for his views and opinions on sustainability, the built environment and specific issues like climate change. Paul “cut his teeth” on campaigning on nature conservation, natural resource use and highlighting the issues of climate change whilst at WWF and at Article 13 Ltd. A selection of clips of these vintage TV and film appearances are provided below, together with more recent footage on the importance of reducing carbon and environmental impacts in the infrastructure and construction.
CNBC Europe Morning Exchange 14 April 2005 Dr Paul Toyne discusses corporate governance and financial disclosure
Dr Paul Toyne comments on corporate governance issues in the business world: looking at financial regulation and company disclosures. CNBC Europe Morning Exchange 14th April 2005.
Business news show focusing what is acceptable for companies to disclose. Dr Paul Toyne answers questions on the ethical dilemmas surrounding what hospitality is acceptable. CNBC Europe. 15th October 2004.
Dr Paul Toyne provides expert commentary on the topical corporate governance issues in business. This interview looks into ethics and how company boards manage responsibility. CNBC Europe 5th April 2004.
Dr Paul Toyne explains to CNN viewers the increased extreme weather and how it could be a consequence of climate change. Broadcast on CNN,14 September 2004.
The Chairman of an oil company resigned over purportedly “misleading” analyst about size of reserves. Paul Toyne examines the checks and balances available to businesses and good corporate governance. Broadcast on CNBC Europe Today’s Business, 4 March 2004.
In a live interview for Channel Four’s lunchtime news Dr Paul Toyne discusses the WTO trade meeting in Cancun and what it might mean for sustainable development and business. The significance of being socially responsible for businesses is explained by Paul. 9th September 2003