Reading Time: < 1 minute Here are 10 facts about human psychology that can help us to know ourselves better: We do not buy the most expensive products but also not the cheapest one. This is why marketers display similar products next to each other with different price, the middle one will usually be chosen. Having positive and happy people […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes First published on Pro Bono News Environmental, social and governance (ESG) analysis can be complex. When taking ESG considerations into account, it is not just a case of evaluating the products and services provided by a company, but also its behaviour, conduct, supply chain and other considerations in running the business. ESG analysis must also
Reading Time: 3 minutes First published on Pro Bono News Ten years ago, ESG was a grassroots initiative. Today, it is top-down. Ten years ago, issues of corporate social responsibility (CSR) – such as measuring carbon footprints, socially responsive company policies, or ethical supply chains – might have been championed by activist employees or customers, but they were not
Reading Time: 2 minutes First published on Pro Bono News ESG vs Sustainability You’ll often hear environmental, social and governance (ESG) and sustainability in the same sentence — in some cases, you might even see them used interchangeably. But they are not the same thing. When it comes to disclosing and benchmarking data, there’s actually a remarkable difference between
Reading Time: 4 minutes First published on Pro Bono News ESG is a strange beast because what it means to the average person in the street and a fund manager is not the same thing. Despite a growing enthusiasm for impact investment, many asset owners are constrained because of a baffling array of unverified, opaque and incompatible measurement frameworks.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The United Nations has held the “Conference of the Parties,” or COP, for almost three decades, including the landmark 2015 Paris climate summit. This year is the 26th meeting. In that time, urgency has ramped up over greenhouse gas emissions, global warming and human-caused climate change. Some key statistics driving the conversations include: Earth has
Reading Time: < 1 minute You can make major changes in your life with minor changes in your thinking and behavior. To understand how this works, consider the three Rs model: “Reality plus response equals result.” Say that one of your colleagues criticises your work (that’s reality). Your response creates a particular result. If you ask your colleague why he
Reading Time: 2 minutes As chemicals, probably about a dollar. As part of the universe, about as close to zero as one can get. As another human in a human society, whatever that person makes of himself or herself, whatever value humankind assigns, and whatever chance permits. Any value judgment is inherently subjective, meaning that the value of something
Reading Time: 3 minutes “Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” ― Confucius A major problem of this world is that we were never taught to live a simple life. The system’s proponents teach us to always want more and complicate things by confusing us with its rubbish mantra. A simple life can lead to a happy life.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Life Rule #1: If you are simple, the world is simple for you! A simple life can lead to a happy life. People must be self-sufficient and happy, tolerant, and magnanimous. You can’t think about anything complicated. If your soul is overloaded, you will complain and worry about others. It is necessary to delete the