Sustainabilitea..?

by Tara Murphy It’s a rainy morning, I’m sat down with a cup of tea waiting to be inspired and there it was sat in front of me. TEA. But more importantly, the tea industry. Consumer goods producers are jumping on the sustainability ‘raft’ because it’s becoming evident that their company’s futures depend on their ability…

A Transparent World

Earlier this month, Greenpeace called out another corporate giant Nestlé for ‘greenwashing’ (1). It seems we’re hearing more and more of corporations trying to disguise their environmental sins in this age of pseudo-sustainability, which led me to question; can we ever live in a truly transparent world, and what would this world look like? If…

Thinking outside the box, about what happens to ‘the box’

by Tara Murphy Montreux was so picturesque that it had us questioning whether this was ‘nature’ or just ‘our present nature’. Not everyone in the world has the luxury of the surroundings we’ve experienced over the past week. Much of the pollution we see today is caused by industries and countries not managing their waste…

“Sustainability meets, Montreux” …Drops Mike

Hello, my name is Mike, and I am a 2nd year Marketing & Design student at Lancaster University, engaging in sustainable management of today’s most pressing global issues. In the next month, being a LUMS delegate at the 2018 WBCSD Montreux Liaison Meeting, I will get to experience the discussions of leaders of some of…