When it comes to luxury, consumers turn a blind eye to ethics. Researchers from the University of Bath and Cranfield School of Management discovered that consumers pay less attention to a company's ethics when making high-value, luxury purchases.  


Eco-labels or sustainability ratings can be an important guide for consumers looking for sustainable products. But not all rating systems are created equal. Researchers Stefanie Hille and Rolf Wüstenhagen, runners-up for the inaugural Research Impact on Practice Award, reveal what kind of ratings are most likely to lead consumers to make energy-efficient choices.  


How Business Can Partner for Biodiversity

Thought Leader Blog  

Francisco Dallmeier of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute describes how to study, understand and protect biodiversity while implementing large development projects. Learn the 5 key steps for making business and biodiversity partnerships work.



Companies can change people's behaviours in order to benefit society and the environment ---- it's just a matter of knowing how to do it. NBS's systematic review on social change reveals that motivation is one key component of effectively changing people's behaviour ---- and money can be a powerful motivator.  

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