GHG, water and waste no more the main Sustainability Goals

End of August, The Economist released an article titled “New green wave”. I was always criticising the sustainability goals companies that set up GHG, water, energy consumption, SHE, etc. targets as being too much self-oriented. And I finally found an article that agrees with me in the sense that these goals are more efficiency policies […]

Nagoya Protocol enters into force soon – October 2014

End of July 2014, we counted 51 countries that ratified the Nagoya Protocol, which includes, Madagascar, Mauritius, India, Vietnam, Republic of Laos, Switzerland, Benin, Uganda, Mozambique, among others. You can access the full list here. As you might have already read, the Nagoya protocol has been adopted in October 2010 during COP10. This protocol aims […]