By Rob van Zyl Did you know that the maggots used as fishing bait are the larva of the common fly and are bred on maggot farms? If we asked, could you think of any other purpose for breeding maggots, be they bluebottle or black soldier flies? Your answer would probably be no, however one […]
By Kieran Thompson
Where engineering and construction are concerned, discussions around inequality have long been synonymous
By Shauna Murray
There is no denying that Covid-19 has shone a spotlight on mental health awareness in 2020. Even before the pandemic, […]
By Glyn Hodgkiss
I recently received status as a Chartered Environmentalist, or CEnv as it’s more […]
By Duncan Cox
As we all adapt to change since Covid and in recognition of Earth Overshoot Day […]
To mark Earth Overshoot Day, we asked people around the global business what they are doing to reduce their carbon footprint – this is what they told us.
By Simon Wyatt
For fifty years now, Earth Overshoot Day has marked the date when humanity’s demand for ecological resources exceeds what the earth can regenerate in that same year […]
By Alec Stewart, Vaughn Tooze and David Wills
Recently there has been a lot of focus on food; what has been left on […]
By Simon Wyatt
The earth is heating up. Within the next decade, temperatures are likely to hit the Paris Agreement’s aspirational limit of 1.5°C and, if we continue with current policies, experts predict that temperatures will rise by at least 3.2°C by 2100.