What does Macron’s re-election mean?
On 24 April 2022, Emmanuel Macron was re-elected president of France. During the campaign, his record and program were heavily criticised for lack of ambition on environmental policies…
Doing public affairs transparently
Public Affairs is the art of bringing together the different pieces of the puzzle between public and private interests to generate mutually beneficial outcomes serving society at large. What public affairs …
‘The increasing awareness of the climate crisis demonstrates a kind of moral revolution’
Meeting Carlijn Torenbeek, our newest team member at #SustainablePublicAffairs
‘Sustainability is entering all aspects of our lives – and policies’
#SustainablePublicAffairs continues to expand. Here’s an interview with the latest addition to our team, Alex Braley.
Bringing Sustainability to a wider audience with Anna Gumbau
Another new team member, Anna Gumbau, will be joining us at #SustainablePublicAffairs.
“Chemicals are everywhere, so they need to be safe and sustainable”.
An interview with Mariana Goulart, one of the latest team members to join #SustainablePublicAffairs.
Does Europe need a re-think to address climate crisis?
Interview with Philipp Blom, author and philosopher. We are living through a time of systemic change…
Real progress will come from a change of mindset
New team member, Daan van Apeldoorn: To move towards more Sustainability, “the biggest improvement lies in our heads”.
The sea: Is it the final frontier for Sustainability?
Interview with new team member, Doriane Marin. Somewhere, beyond the sea, there’s sustainability, waiting for me.
Sustainability should be the rule, not the exception. A team members comments.
New team member, Marie Gissat: “By setting new standards, we can support both business and growth”. Shifting the mentality in terms of sustainability.
#SustainablePublicAffairs goes carbon neutral: An interview with Kai Landwehr
To misquote JFK: Ask not what your planet can do for you – ask what you can do for your planet. An interview with Kai Landwehr, the very cool Head of Marketing at myclimate.
Andrew Levitas: “I like to deal with subjects that give people hope”
We talked to Andrew Levitas, Director of the 2021 film ‘Minamata’, about caring for the environment and our future, as well as our common profession of telling a story that resonates with people.
Data centres are cool, but can they get even cooler?
In the arctic or even under the sea: Here are some ways companies are making their data centres more sustainable as they continue to pop us all over the world.
Technology and sustainability: hand in hand.
Technology brings society a lot of good, but we need to make sure it is sustainable. Technology use is increasing year-on-year, and the Coronovirus has only amplified this.
No sustainability without transparency.
Having recently joined the EU Transparency Register, we talked to Prof. Justin Greenwood has a discussion about sustainability and accountability.
EU becomes sustainable frontrunner with new Hydrogen Strategy
European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans called hydrogen “the rock star for new energies”.
What does the EU Green Deal mean for sustainability?
There’s lots of talk about the EU’s Green Deal, but what does it mean for sustainability and lobbying?
It doesn’t really have to be the coronavirus ‘or’ Green Deal.
There have been reports of EU countries – 12 so far, including Germany and France – calling for a ‘Green Recovery’ after the Covid-19 crisis.
We lobby for climate positive impacts and we also operate climate positively.
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