David Coethica's Blog

Blog URL:http://davidcoethica.wordpress.com
Blog Tags:CSR, corporate, sustainability, ethical business, sport, football, sme, small business, environment
Country:United Kingdom
State/Province:Merseyside
Location:Liverpool

All things Corporate Social Responsiblity, especially small businesses



Latest Blog Posts



  A blogblast follows…Please enjoy this mini-series of updates with embarrasingly thin attempt at a narrative. Almost terrifyingly, the 2030hub is already a thriving ecosystem three months after the doors opened. I wish we had a camera on...

Back in early 2016 we began shaping a concept for Liverpool’s very own innovative Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) hub. Today the doors at 23 Argyle Street, Liverpool, England, Earth are finally open. Last week we hosted our first event wit...

Scandinavian countries lead from the front of a European pack of countries on UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) performance, as published in the latest SDG Index for 2017. The UK stands at a respectable 10th in the league table, with the USA flo...

Maximise your capital assets. You’re welcome. Now you don’t really have to read any further, but maybe you should watch the video though. Want to know how to make an even bigger impact? Maximise your human capital assets. “Mobilise...

It could get busy around here. The polarising struggle to argue out the sustainable consumption oxymoron often misses the point. Consuming more sustainably than we have done before has to be part of the real world incremental improvement process whil...

Credit where credit is due. I’ve roasted Apple (should that be baked?) many times, especially during the Steve Jobs era, but I had a feeling that Tim Cook would take a very different approach to sustainability. His supply chain background almos...

Reasons To Be Happy

on Mar 20, 2017 in: Environment

Happy International Day of Happiness! *Spoiler: Smurfs will be mentioned* Companies are bad, everybody knows that. With the exception of a few of the usual suspects such as Patagonia and Unilever, the mainstream reputation of the private sector prett...