Tag Archives: ethics

Sustainability is a growth industry

Posted by on Monday, December 22, 2014

At a recent event at the University of Bradford School of Management sustainability in the workplace was put under the spotlight, with delegates discussing what skills, attributes and characteristics people need for the future. In the second of a series of blogs about the event, student Sukhy Rai, who is studying MSc Applied Management and… Read More »

Corporate Social Responsibility benefits for business

Posted by on Thursday, December 11, 2014

The University of Bradford School of Management put sustainability in the workplace under the spotlight at a recent workshop and asked students, academics and professionals what skills, attributes and characteristics are needed for the future? In the second blog about the event, student Yuki Misaki, who is an MBA student, reports on the event. As… Read More »

Sustainability needs to be embedded in every part of business

Posted by on Monday, November 17, 2014

The University of Bradford School of Management recently hosted an event that discussed sustainability in the workplace and what skills, attributes and characteristics people would need in the future. In the first of a series of blogs analysing the event and the issue, student Celeste Suess, who is studying MSc Applied Management and Sustainability, shares… Read More »

Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink

Posted by on Monday, March 1, 2010

In the last 30 years sales of bottled water have grown to more than 1.3 billion litres in the UK and to over 9 billion litres in the US. This is of little comfort the estimated one billion people in the world who don’t have access to safe clean drinking water. Duncan Goose, founder of… Read More »