Monthly Archives: December 2010

How to Be the Best (Non-Executive) Board Director

As we come up to the holidays and we all consider new year’s plans and resolutions, I’d like to share a very inspiring article about governance.   For those who are in business, sit on boards (for or not-for profit) … Continue reading

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Thompson Reuters makes ESG data available to buy/sell-side analysts

The market for environmental, social and governance (ESG) data continues to get the attention of the big market players.  With the latest news, reported last week by “Responsible Investor”, that Thompson Reuter is to put its ESG data out to … Continue reading

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Collaboration in the Oil Sands! The story continues.

In August of this year, I wrote that Royal Dutch Shell had announced that it had some proprietary technology to be used in the Oil Sands to shorten the length of time to process the tailings ponds.  Just last week, … Continue reading

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NIKE leads the sustainable way – they decide to “just do it”!

So if you are a company that manufactures apparel or if you’re an investor in a company of such nature, there’s no longer any excuses not to be advancing on the sustainability front.  Earlier this week, Nike announced that they … Continue reading

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