ESG on a Sunday

ESG on a Sunday
The best ESG-related insights this week
Created 12 May 2020
  • Week 51: Merry Electric Christmas ⚡️🎄
    26 Dec 2021 • 6 min read • 5 0
    Dear all, “Whatever you say, this is better than a fossil driven car.” A man I spoke to the other day took some time to explain to me why EVs are such a good solution for the climate, and that people ...
  • Week 50: The Arctic, the exploitation and the ripple effects
    19 Dec 2021 • 9 min read • 2 0
    Dear all, Confusing. Inaccurate. Opaque. Brutal. Unstoppable. Invincible. The year that is about to end has been truly harsh on so many different levels, for so many people. Salted wound. December’s i...
  • Week 49: How will you explain it to Ruth?
    12 Dec 2021 • 11 min read • 8 0
    Dear all, Dominance. Full control over the narrative. Monopoly over millions and millions of everyday investment decisions that shape capital flows all over the world. Divine influence. There are few ...
  • Week 48: The ice cold story of the vaccine rollout
    05 Dec 2021 • 9 min read • 5 0
    Dear all, A cold shower or an ice bath? There’s a difference. Most people who have tried it know what I’m talking about. A cold shower is like the younger sibling, usually far more gentle (although al...
  • Week 47: Nuclear fusion energy is coming. Will it save us?
    28 Nov 2021 • 5 min read
    Dear all, The quest for the next dimension of the reality we create goes on. While the days walk around confused and dizzy, and the months look for yet another kick to make it to the end of the year, ...
  • Week 46: An abusive relationship
    21 Nov 2021 • 7 min read • 1 0
    Dear all, With lights going out in Glasgow, realities, and they are indeed many and diverse, are back in the play. All around the world people are interpreting, talking about and deeply analysing what...
  • Week 45: The blank empty + one word that describes the COP 🎪
    14 Nov 2021 • 6 min read • 1 0
    Dear all, Two days ago I found myself getting off the bus and standing clueless on the pavement on a big wide street in Stockholm. I did not know where I was or why I was getting off that bus. But I r...
  • Week 44: Showbiz in the era of “sauve qui peut”
    07 Nov 2021 • 8 min read • 2 0
    Dear all, It’s showbiz time in the era of “sauve qui peut”! The dawns in the Nordic countries are dark, quiet and surprisingly shy. Lack of light makes faces and expressions gloomy and distant, shy li...
  • Week 43: Climate change is a spiritual crisis
    31 Oct 2021 • 5 min read • 1 0
    Dear all, For weeks, I have been dwelling on a topic. Been thinking about its importance, evaluating different aspects. Even rejecting it completely since I could not frame it in the context of what w...
  • Week 42: The silence is killing us. We need to roar!
    24 Oct 2021 • 5 min read • 2 0
    Dear all, Silence. It’s an underestimated state of mind and part of everyday life. Just simple silence, for a couple of hours now and then. No noise, no sounds. Silence. Embracing the nothingness of s...
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