Looking back at… Guides
Every year Blue & Green Tomorrow produces a number of guides exploring a specific area, from investment and philanthropy to transport and tourism.
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1. The Guide to Sustainable Investment 2014 – The insight from some of the industry’s leading lights helps demystify sustainable investment. It makes a compelling case for balancing the needs of people, the planet and everyone’s prosperity through how and where we invest. We look at the sector’s evolution, from its Quaker roots in the anti-slavery movement to its future investing in solutions to the most pressing sustainability challenges, like climate change and resource scarcity. Read more.
2. The Guide to Sustainable Tourism 2014 – With insight and advice from leaders in the travel and tourism space – including the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), the Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO) and ABTA, the Travel Association – we have compiled a comprehensive guide that details how your wonderful holiday experiences can also balance the needs of people and the planet. Read more.
3. The Guide to Sustainable Democracy 2014 – How do we make democracy sustainable? That’s a question we set out to answer. Providing answers are politicians from the major parties, as well as leading reform organisations, thinktanks and campaign groups. The result is a guide that we hope serves as a starting point on how to combat key issues like voter apathy and falling turnouts at elections. Read more.
4. The Guide to Sustainable Homes 2013 – Exploring such issues as low-carbon homes, the green deal, self-build, different ownership models, empty homes and the overall sustainability of the housing market, Blue & Green Tomorrow’s Guide to Sustainable Homes 2013 is here to help you through the process of making your home fit for the 21st century. Read more.
5. The Guide to Sustainable Banking 2013 – Banking does not have to be evil. It is absurd that we even have to say those seven words, but the last five years of scandals and crises in the mainstream banking arena have led to widespread mistrust of the industry. Read more.
6. The Guide to Sustainable Clean Energy 2014 – The guide, now in its third annual edition; delves into the surprisingly distant history of renewable energy, dissects the biggest challenges facing the sector today, and asks what might be powering our hoverbikes in the faraway future. Along the way, you’ll meet some of the leaders going to great lengths to bring about the low-carbon transition. Prepare to be utterly inspired. Read more.
7. The Guide to Sustainable Transport 2014 – In The Guide to Sustainable Transport, we outline some of the ways in which cars, trains, ships and planes are striving to become more efficient and less damaging to the planet. We talk to transport firms, campaign groups, thought leaders and investors whose collective insight is helping create a new age of sustainable transport. Read more.
8. The Guide to Sustainable Philanthropy 2014 – The Guide to Sustainable Philanthropy 2014 takes a look at the philanthropists who are truly changing the world for the better, while also casting an eye on how the future of giving might look. With a range of important social and environmental issues increasing in prominence, the chief causes people give to are slowly changing. Read more.
9. The Guide to Sustainable Funds 2013 – Blue & Green Tomorrow’s Guide to Sustainable Funds 2013 looks at 134 ethical and sustainable investment funds. If you want to invest in a vehicle that offers wider benefits – either to society, the environment or both – as well as generating a healthy financial return, you’re in the right place. Read more.
10. The Guide to Ethical ISAs 2014 – Ethical Bank Triodos shows Blue & Green Tomorrow’s readers how to save and invest their money ethically in the 2014 Guide to Ethical ISAs. Read more.
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