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Small scale LNG – about to boom?By: Thomas Vles | op: 26-10-2012
Liquefied natural gas or LNG transcends the traditional limits of gas in terms of storage and transportation, making gas available to the world and feasible for off-grid or transportation fuel applications. In large scale markets, LNG is already a strategic commodity. However, in the small scale market limited growth is experienced. Why is the small scale LNG market not booming?
LNG; Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The FuelBy: Thomas Vles | op: 15-6-2012
In the beginning there was Gas. While being the most viable substitute for crude oil, gas is becoming an increasingly interesting form of energy. Suitable for an incredible range of applications, from large scale electricity production to the heating a ‘one-pan-camping’ dish, gas is a convenient form of energy. Liquefied Natural Gas or LNG transcends the traditional limits of gas in terms of storage and transportation, making gas available to the world, and feasible for off-grid or transportation fuel applications. In emerged large scale markets LNG is already a strategic commodity. In the small scale market however, despite being a cleaner and cheaper substitute fuel, limited growth is experienced. Why is the small scale LNG market not booming?
Sustainable investing as sustainable strategyBy: Thomas Vles | op: 21-5-2012
Socially responsible investing (SRI) is any investment strategy which values both financial return and environmental, social and governance (ESG) aspects. SRI has become a widespread investment strategy as the world values the general social good, but the return may be an even more important factor. Since the beginning of the nineties a growing number of academic studies have demonstrated the competitive performance to non-SRI funds over time. In the United States, SRI indexes like the FTSE KLD 400 have shown higher returns than prominent indexes, for example the S&P 500. The attractiveness is recognized by investors as the total value of the SRI market has more than quadrupled over the last 20 years. The question however, is sustainable investing a sustainable strategy?
Social Media: How to get to the next level? (Part 2)By: Martine Verweij | op: 23-1-2011
A revolution doesn't happen when a society adopts new tools. It happens when society adopts new behaviours
On January 19th five different large organizations with a focus on mobility participated in a discussion on the opportunities involved in opening up their organization with help of Social Networks. To kick-off the discussion four important mobility trends with a relation to Social Networking, were presented by Squarewise.
The Perils of Measuring Sustainability PerformanceBy: Cécile van Oppen | op: 28-12-2010
Sustainability is increasingly a topic discussed at board-room level. As the strategic concerns for sustainability amplify, as does the wish to measure sustainability performance. Whether the sustainability measures are used for marketing purposes or to track progress – the discussions concerning the method of sustainability measurement remain unsettled. A quick scan of the most commonly used methods leads to a bold but founded statement: don’t just measure sustainability performance, but also measure the ability to perform!
The Sustainability Challenge: moving from Obligation to InnovationBy: Cécile van Oppen | op: 6-12-2010
Sustainability: hype or not – it’s a challenge that almost all organizations are facing today. Whether it is to comply with regulation or create a competitive edge, sustainability is increasingly discussed at boardroom level. Nevertheless, there are only very few organizations that have managed to position the topic of sustainability equally strategically within their organizations… this not only confirms the stigma that sustainability-related projects are supposedly investment schemes, but also adds to the notion that sustainability is only a temporary “hype”.
Social Media: what’s the next level?By: Martine Verweij | op: 30-11-2010
These last few years, organizations of all sizes and backgrounds have started experimenting with social media and underlying tooling. Whether it is for recruitment, marketing and sales, communication, business or product development purposes. A variety of lessons has been learned and social media ‘laws’ have been distilled.