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    Mission 2050: Zero Emissions

    by - March 8, 2017

    The United Nations set a courageous target to limit global warming to less than two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial times. It’s an extremely ambitious goal – some even say it’s unachievable or impossible. But does that mean we shouldn’t try?


    Growing even closer together is a must

    by - November 11, 2014

    The major sources of uncertainty of our age are increasingly global in nature. Pandemics, terrorism, natural disasters and the vast stream of refugees they entail - in a globalized world everything that happens, happens as if "just around the corner".


    Supply chain disruption: Short-term solutions are short-sighted

    by - January 28, 2014

    You may remember the rhyme that begins 'For want of a nail the shoe was lost. For want of a shoe the horse was lost…’ Eventually this lost nail leads to the kingdom being lost. I think modern supply chain experts can learn a lot from this old rhyme. It shows how connected things are, and how a small, minor disruption can grow and grow – until the kingdom is lost. Or, to use more modern terms: your contract, your customer, your cash.