Climate change

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    Sacked chief planned to "re-energise" climate change summit

    The former head of the global summit on climate change has warned of a “yawning gap” between the world’s expectations and action from global leaders.

    By on 12 February 2020

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    Every little helps

    We are in a climate crisis; it is the clear and final message we have got now. Under that frightening premise we start a new year and a new decade.

    By Iris Cepero on 28 January 2020

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    Responding to a risky world

    2020 has started with some big risks high up in the news. From fires in Australia as a harbinger of the climate’s power, to violence in the Middle East and, closer to home, the risks involved in leaving the EU, it is these large risks that tend to dominate our attention.

    By Mike Robinson, British Safety Council on 14 February 2020

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    Climate change: learning from the asbestos story

    There can’t be many people with responsibility for or interest in workplace health and safety unaware of the risks to health from inhaling asbestos fibres, or of the terrible toll of thousands of lives shortened by the diseases caused including its unique cancer, mesothelioma.

    By Lawrence Waterman OBE on 29 May 2019

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    Shared goals

    Businesses are signing up to an ambitious agenda to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

    By UN's Sustainable Development Goals are focusing business leaders' minds, says Keith Whitehead on 31 January 2019

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    ‘We cannot waste more time on climate change’, UN summit says

    Almost 200 nations began talks today to define how the 2015 Paris Agreement will be implemented in order to prevent the most destructive impacts of global warming.

    By Belinda Liversedge on 03 December 2018