Companies, ESG, Green bond, Tech / 04.08.2020

Alphabet has launched one of the largest sustainable bond offerings to be ever recorded, devoted to funding ongoing and new green and social justice-oriented projects. Sustainable bonds are not without risk of social washing and investor monitoring is much needed. The Covid-19 pandemic has boosted the offering of socially-related bonds,...

Climate change, Coronavirus, Food and beverage, Oil and Gas / 14.07.2020

Consumption of plastic destinated for single-use items, especially personal protective equipment, has grown dramatically in the last months due to COVID19. This phenomenon has been worsened by lockdown-driven behaviors and the oil price crash which has made recycled plastic more expensive. While overall plastic demand is expected to...

Automobiles and Parts, Coronavirus, Fashion, Good practices, Industrials, Pharma / 30.04.2020

During the coronavirus pandemic, corporations have been contributing to the health crisis. A worldwide phenomenon of companies reconverting production facilities and R&D capabilities to support the fight against COVID19 has been witnessed across industries. During the coronavirus pandemic, corporations have been reacting to ensure business continuity,...

Climate change, Oil and Gas / 01.04.2020

The COVID19 pandemic is having a huge impact across the whole energy sector, particularly in terms of demand and supply. After healing from coronavirus, the world might face an energy crisis. When the world heals from the coronavirus it may face an energy crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic is having a...

BLOG, Coronavirus, Positive impact cases / 28.03.2020

Amid growing concerns regarding the role of globalisation on the COVID19 outbreak, Professor Y.N. Harari explains why long-term political isolationism does not offer real protection against infectious diseases, and other global threats. The devastating effect of world's biggest ever flu outbreak While people blame globalisation for having facilitated the spread of...

Climate change, Oil and Gas / 16.03.2020

The global health crisis, COVID-19, is reducing carbon emissions more than any policy as ever done before. The COVID-19 viral disease that has swept into at least 114 countries, killing approximately 30,000 people and infecting more than 600,000, is now officially a pandemic. According to a study by...