08.5.19

Could Cybersecurity Become a New Driver for Business Transformation?

My involvement in the information and communications technology ( ICT) industry has lasted for more than 40 years. I have always looked at the strategic advantages offered by new technologies. When I...

20.4.19

Putting Cyber Threats Into Perspective

As society uses more digital technology, we are increasingly also faced with its problems. Most of us will have some horror stories to tell about using computers, smartphones and the internet. But this...

14.4.19

The Importance of Government Leadership in Digital Transformation

Our societies and economies have reached a new threshold. The developments that have lead to this are a logical continuation of our evolutionary process, but interestingly, the current rapid societal changes...

25.3.19

England’s Air Pollution, from the Industrial Age to Now

England’s air pollution has been a worrying issue since the industrial period, where populous towns and cities were covered in smog from factories. Coal was the main source of energy for British people...

23.3.19

Top Influential People Who Have Worked to Protect Our Planet

We all do our bit to protect the earth by recycling, driving less or switching off the heating when we leave the house, but some go above and beyond and their passion shows from the amount of time and...

21.3.19

Sustainable Cities: "We’re Waiting for Everyone Else to Make the First Move"

Staff at the UK Green Building Council give their views on how cities can make sustainable improvements. The organisation was founded in 2007, with the intention of radically transforming the way British...

19.3.19

Switch the Meat for Beans: Going Vegan Could Save the Planet

Reducing your meat and dairy consumption is the best way to reduce your negative impact on the environment. It may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about ways to lower the amount...

17.3.19

How Emily Penn Got to Founding Ocean Plastics

Emily Penn is an international public speaker and adviser on issues relating to our oceans. She has worked with Sky TV as an ambassador, has shared her research with Prince Charles at the Waste to Wealth...

02.3.19

Katie Smith's Ability to Overcome the Odds

Katie Smith is nearly 30 years old and currently an apprentice studying her level three in bricklaying. She is Jelson Homes first female bricklayer since the company was established over 129 years ago....

02.3.19

Eight Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Western consumer culture is having disastrous effects on the environment; there is no doubt about that. It may come to mind that one person’s actions won’t make a huge difference to our oceans and...

05.2.19

I Know You Don’t Want to Hear It, the Dreaded B Word, but I’m Going to Say It...

Understandably, people of Britain have had this word crammed down their throats since 2016 and, unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon. And neither do its consequences. It is...

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