I just came across another great video on Climate Change. I know that I had several posts about Climate Change videos over past few months but this is different in the sense that it explains the whole problem in a very interesting way and in a constructive way outlines changes what we need to do in order to avoid the global temperature tipping point.
This is the video. I can not recommend it highly enough:
The director also has a website where you can find out more about the video and you will be able to have a look at the whole script of the video as well for you to share with others if they need some convincing. http://wakeupfreakout.org/
I am conducting a poll every two weeks at the moment and last week I asked on Twitter what question my followers would like to have a poll on. Elaine Cohen had a really good question. She was curious what people where thinking about whether CSR Reporting should become mandatory for companies or not.
I really liked the idea and went straight ahead and used it as my poll question of the week.
The indisputable message here is that CSR reporting should be mandatory for companies.
84% are saying this. But the most interesting aspect is that there is a split between people demanding reporting for all organizations (44%) and people only demanding this for large and middle sized companies (40%).
I am interpreting this result in this way that reporting should be mandatory but a differentiation between small companies and large/medium sized companies is needed.
But what should this differentiation be? Maybe that small companies should either not have to report or have the choice to report? Or is there another differentiation you can think of?
As some of you may know am I also managing the website SustainabilityForum.com. The purpose of the website is to be a resource for interesting Sustainability news, blogs, events and discussions. And the new version of the SustainabilityForum.com has now been online for 2 months and the next tasks now is to ad several new features and parts that make the site one step at a time.
This week we added a new commenting system based on Disqus.com. Disqus, pronounced “discuss”, is a service and tool for web comments and discussions. The Disqus comment system can be plugged into any website, blog, or application. Disqus makes commenting easier and more interactive, while connecting websites and commenters across a thriving discussion community.
There is no registration necessary just visit the poll, let us know what you think and what your opinion is. The current voting results will be shown instantly. We currently already have 40 votes and the result looks to be interesting indeed.
I will write about the results next week here if you are interested in the results once the poll closes on Saturday morning.