The international bottled water industry which is expected to reach $ 280 Billion by 2020 provokes passionate arguments on both sides of the debate.
In a session for IESE Alumni different strategic approaches to sustainability were discussed and Nestlé given as an interesting example as it actually does more than one would think based on its corporate communications.
In his second Encyclical, Laudato Si, Pope Francis makes the case in over 38,000 words, six chapters and 245 paragraphs that we need to do something about the environmental crisis.
The crisis in Yemen is an example of how many of the problems facing the world such as overpopulation, water stress, religious conflict, unrepresentative governments, and geopolitical tension are coming together in one country. What happens there may show us a scenario for the future of other countries.
Egypt’s changing geopolitical situation has caused it to rethink its opposition to Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam project. Renaissance, and the much larger grand Inga project in the Congo are needed by Africa but will cause enormous environmental and social impact.