Executive Update

Executive Update eNewsletter

The fortnightly newsletter for thought leaders 21st October 2011

The MV Rena oil spill off the Bay of Plenty coast dominates the news…

Massey University’s professor Malcolm Wright argues the spill may not spell disaster for our national clean green brand – yet… Pure Advantage steps up its push for green economic growth… The RMA, rather than the MTA, looks like the best bet for oil spill compensation… McKinsey sustainability survey shows improvements…
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Oil spill hasn’t hit NZ’s clean green image – yet

The MV Rena oil disaster off the Bay of Plenty coast does not yet pose threat to New Zealand’s clean green image, according to brand expert Professor Malcolm Wright.
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100% Pure brand ‘broken’

Pure Advantage campaign manager Duncan Stewart says New Zealand has now largely acknowledged that we may not live up to our 100% Pure image.
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RMA may provide compensation

Legal liability for the MV Rena oil spill will “almost certainly” extend beyond the “token sum” charges laid so far under the Maritime Transport Act (MTA), according to Vernon Rive, senior lecturer in law at AUT Law School, AUT University.
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McKinsey sustainability survey: better than before

McKinsey’s latest, and sixth, global survey of execs shows more of them are now managing sustainability to improve processes, chase growth and add value rather than relying on reputation alone.
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McKinsey sustainability survey: room for improvement

More companies should link environmental, social and governance issues into their business models – and act on them.
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Asian energy demand set to skyrocket

Demand for energy in Asia wil

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