Relentless seasonal flooding that began in mid-June resulted in continued fatalities and damage across parts of Asia in July, causing an estimated US$11 billion in economic losses, according to Impact […]
Last month, 100 Resilient Cities (pioneered by the Rockefeller Foundation) unveiled the committee – a group of city chief executives who will contribute their expertise to the global resilience movement. […]
One thing we have all gotten used to in the post 9/11 era is the question: at any given time how at risk are we from terrorism? In an effort […]
Our relationship to the environment has changed over time. Which generation are you?
The UK’s Data Protection Bill, which was announced in last month’s Queen’s Speech, could be introduced in Parliament in just a few weeks—though it could be months before it becomes […]
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In the past decade, flooding took place in 50 of 53 countries in the WHO European region, with the most severe floods in Romania, Russia, Turkey, and the UK. It […]
The social responsibility movement started with debates about corporations having a responsibility to society – it is now recognized that people, planet and profit are mutually inclusive. Since these early […]
European Union excuses Belgian fries from new Food Safety regulations.
Last week, European Member States decided to approve the European Commission’s proposal to reduce the presence of acrylamide in food. Once new regulations are in place, they will require food […]
Predictions vary by decades, but most agree it is coming, with major implications. In the first decade of the 2000s, there was growing concern about so-called “Peak Oil,” based on […]
Risks affecting organisations can have consequences in terms of economic performance and professional reputation, as well as environmental, safety and societal outcomes. Managing risk effectively helps organisations to perform well […]
As political heavyweights made their way to Brussels for the second round of Brexit talks, British Brexit Secretary David Davis urged all sides to ‘get down to business’. The European […]
The hacker BestBuy pleaded guilty in court on Friday to hijacking more than 900,000 routers from the network of Deutsche Telekom. The notorious hacker BestBuy, also known as Popopret, pleaded […]
Impact Forecasting has published the latest edition of its monthly Global Catastrophe Recap report, which evaluates the impact of the natural disaster events that occurred worldwide during June 2017. A […]
Rising costs of food wastage and legislation aimed at reducing the problem is motivating organizations to use big data in order to combat the issue.
Paris is set to ban diesel cars within city limits by 2025, which may well serve as a trial run for the rest of the country for gas and diesel […]
Study finds IT professionals in the UK are more supportive of and informed about GDPR than their counterparts in the EU and the US. GDPR preparation should be dominating boardroom […]
Health Sciences North Research Institute Scientist and Laurentian University Professor Dr. Amadeo Parissenti announced the launch of an international clinical trial (BREVITY) to validate the use of the RNA Disruption […]
HAVI and Scania have agreed a partnership with McDonald’s to drive down the carbon footprint of the restaurant’s transport operations across several countries in Europe. The intention is to significantly […]
Impact Forecasting has published the latest edition of its monthly Global Catastrophe Recap report, which evaluates the impact of the natural disaster events that occurred worldwide during April 2017. View […]
Can you honestly say you know who has access to your personal data? Just how many people know what your email address is or when your birthday is? And, more […]
New regulations affecting fundraising, campaigning and volunteer management come into effect in 2018. Here’s how you can be ready. Four letters – GDPR – have been imprinted on the minds […]
We look at how UK organisations can prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation. On 28 May 2018, the EU’s ambitious General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force, with […]
A staggering 84% of small UK business owners are unaware of the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), according to Shred-it’s seventh annual Security Tracker research. The firm surveyed 1000 […]
All G Suite and Google Cloud Platform services will be in full compliance with the privacy requirements of the GDPR when it goes into effect next May, the company says. […]
The countdown to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is officially on. On 25th May 2018, the introduction of the new legislation will mark the start of a new era […]
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Hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales, leading chocolate and cocoa companies commit to develop cooperative, multi-stakeholder framework to address deforestation and forest degradation in the cocoa supply chain Twelve […]
The automotive supply chain may be early victims of the United Kingdom’s expected exit from the European Union (EU). As the country prepares to leave the EU, concerns are becoming […]
Eighty is the new 20! A demographic shift is creating the so-called “silver” economy and a new and powerful consumer class. Here, we look at how new products and services […]
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