It's been a week of green dilemmas.
Are banks such as HSBC better off using their influence as investors in carbon intensive industries to improve standards or is it hypocritical for a supposedly green bank to be happy investing in hydrocarbons?
How do you put those green business models into place, and is the CSR officer a help or a hindrance in doing so?
And lastly why is everyone so obsessed with rubbish?
We tried to get to the bottom of all these this week with varying degrees of success (seriously, there's a prize for the person who can work out definitively if the Khazzoom-Brookes postulate makes sense or not).
Let us know if you think we succeeded resolving any of these dilemmas and if not please feel free to drop us a line if you have the answers.
Have a good weekend.
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