Scotland, Golf and the Environment

Scotland is the home of golf. Almost every single city, town and village will have at least one…

Public transport and the need for sustainability

I have spoken before that I have a declared interest in this area. This has come to light…

Deutsche Bank to end global links to coal mining by 2025

Deutsche Bank to end global business activities in coal mining by 2025 This step by Deutsche Bank is…

Deutsche Bank to end global business activities in coal mining by 2025

In a major boost in the fight against global warming, and in supporting the EU’s target of becoming carbon neutral by 2050, Deutsche Bank has announced an end global business activities in coal mining by 2025. German version available by clicking on the link.

Following an ethical business model is a no-brainer: here’s why.

The days of companies being able to rip people off, safe in the knowledge that there will be no recompense, are long gone. Whatever your industry, reputation matters more than ever in our interconnected world. Whether you are a restaurant, a hotel, a shop, an accountant or a retailer, savvy customers will know to steer clear if your product or service will not be of benefit to them. We have online review sites, TripAdvisor and social media to thank for that.
But running an ethical business is about more than just not ripping people off. It turns the whole concept of having a business on its head.
So ask yourself this: Why are you in business? Is it to make money? Or is it to do something meaningful?

Invest in Public Transport, Reduce Carbon Emissions, Help Prevent Global Warming

I must declare an interest here: I have a personal interest in public transport as, for medical reasons,…

The Unicorn: Scotland’s National Animal

Ancient Mythology and a Modern-Day Website Many people noticed the logo I chose for my Naughton Translations website,…