Madrid, December 2019. The scene is set for an historic climate summit. Not for new targets but for a global reckoning on the state of the climate which is no longer one of change but one of crisis.
Today, the business community and society as a whole are challenged by the palpable rise of populism – fed by fears and frustrations over inequalities, disadvantage, mistrust of elites and their seeming lack of action on the issues that matter.
For years, communication specialists working in corporations have been advised to avoid open conflict, let alone create one.
In today’s world of fake news, increasing levels of populism and widespread distrust of the media, politicians and business leaders are being challenged as never before.
The Responsible Tax project started with a simple proposition – that tax is the entry fee we pay for a civilized society – and the project has since flourished into a growing global movement with a “wise crowd” community of over 1,300 experts and
I never thought the Trump presidency or Britain’s exit from the European Union would be weaponised against me.
If there was ever such a thing as a status quo in the world, it is being seriously disrupted. Black swans are to be found in political uprising, technological revolution, economic uncertainty and significant environment concerns.
The first edition of the Manifesto of the Communist Party was a 23-page pamphlet, first published in February 1848. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels updated it repeatedly, in various editions and languages, for decades.
Imagine a world, where everything we buy is produced without any unfair treatment.