Can Air Pollution Cloud Your Business Judgement?
Air pollution, researchers say, adversely impacts managers’ mood, judgement, and decision-making on corporate investments. As a result, firms are risking their profits.
Can Maths Stop Us Littering?
Littering incurs significant costs to coastal resorts and local authorities every year. Can a simple maths system help us clean things up?
Gaining a Global View of Poverty By Using Satellites
The extent to which an area is brightly lit at night (or not) provides an indication of how abundant infrastructure is in the region. Knowing the precise locations of these unlit, potentially impoverished communities is essential if we are to improve their circumstances.
SMEs That Invest In ESG Initiatives Are More Resilient
To encourage SMEs to engage sustainable practices it is important owners understand not only how ESG practices benefit society, but how they can benefit too
Shareholders more likely to support eco-initiatives if they experience climate disasters
Shareholders in locations hit by climate-related disasters are more likely to support environmental proposals regardless of risking firm value
We Care Less About The Environment As We Reach Old Age
Professors recorded political attitudes and preferences, and found that environmental concern increased from the age of 18 before peaking around the age of 43. However, growing older made people less likely to place emphasis on protecting the environment and care less about being environmentally-friendly.
Does Nature Need Legal Rights?
Many argue that climate change is the biggest threat of our time – and there is certainly an abundance of evidence to suggest that we are currently pushing our planet and its' species to the point of exhaustion and extinction. New research indicates that giving nature legal rights could provide a means for it to push back