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How humans store value

the history of money and why it matters to everyday citizens The British pound, one of the world’s oldest currencies, has a rich history that spans over 1,200 years. Its origins can be traced back to the Anglo-Saxon era, where the pound was initially used as a unit of weight for silver. The name “pound” […]

Carbon Markets HK

Despite their immense potential, carbon markets face several significant challenges. https://www.fsdc.org.hk/en/media/carbon-markets-in-hong-kong-working-towards-net-zero# Seeing sustainability as the key to a better future, many countries have embarked on their sustainability journey of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by mid-century, collective efforts have surged globally across sectors in combating climate change. Among these, Mainland China has pledged to reach a […]

References 5 Dec

Barret, J., et al. n.d. A just transition to a low-carbon and climate resilient economy. (COSATU policy on climate change). South Africa: COSATU Climate Change Project, COSATU. International Labour Office [ILO]. 2011. Anticipating skill needs for the low carbon economy? Difficult but not impossible. Available: https://www.ilo.org/skills/pubs/WCMS_168352/lang–en/index.htm [2020, October 22]. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development [OECD]. 2014. Job creation […]

References VUCA

ArcelorMittal. n.d. ResponsibleSteelTM. Available: https://corporate.arcelormittal.com/sustainability/responsiblesteel [2020, October 20]. Bennett, N. & Lemoine, G.J. 2014. What VUCA really means for you. Harvard Business Review. January–February. Blockley, D., Agarwal, J., & Godfrey, P. 2012. Infrastructure resilience for high-impact low-chance risks. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers – Civil Engineering 165(6):13-19. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1680/cien.11.00046. Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership [CISL]. 2018. Rewiring leadership: the […]