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Andrew Cave

Andrew Cave is a British business journalist who has written for The Daily Telegraph for 24 years in London and New York, rising to be Associate City Editor before switching to freelance writing in 2005. He also penned columns for Forbes Magazine for six years and has written five books on leadership and management.

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Jill Pay: Britain’s First Female Serjeant at Arms

Jill Pay: Britain’s First Female Serjeant at Arms

Jill Pay broke through a glass ceiling when she became Britain’s first female Serjeant at Arms of the House of Commons in the position’s 607-year-history. “All but one of my predecessors in the role were

Current
Getting Governments to Grasp Carbon Capture and Storage

Getting Governments to Grasp Carbon Capture and Storage

  Henrietta Moon believes governments don’t have anywhere near the knowledge and skills they need to fulfill a major part of the promises they have made to mitigate climate change. The chief executive of Nasdaq-listed

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Ngaire Woods Sees More Students Turning to Government as the Solution

Ngaire Woods Sees More Students Turning to Government as the Solution

Can governments ever seriously compete with the likes of Apple and Google for the very best talent they need to meet the challenges of today and an increasingly challenging world? Ngaire Woods believes they already

Governance
How Andrew Knight is Bringing Policy Designers to Government

How Andrew Knight is Bringing Policy Designers to Government

Andrew Knight reckons there are 30,000 policymakers in the UK central government alone. But there could be many more. “It becomes a bit ethereal around what constitutes a policymaker,” he muses. “Are they people who

Inclusive Economy
A Conduit for Policy Changemakers or Just a Cocktail for the Woke?

A Conduit for Policy Changemakers or Just a Cocktail for the Woke?

Liam Black has an ambitious – some would say utopian – idea. Put 3,000 social policymakers together with climate change activists, human rights lawyers, diversity campaigners, and philanthropists, give the concoction a shake and a stir,

Health
The World’s Homeless Need A ‘Carebnb’. Do We Care Enough to Provide One?

The World’s Homeless Need A ‘Carebnb’. Do We Care Enough to Provide One?

The name Brian Chesky does not generally figure large in the long list of people striving to provide a global solution to urban homelessness. But maybe it could. With an estimated 150 million people homeless around the

Inclusive Economy
Behind the Lofty SDGs the Reality is People Don’t Trust Governments to Act

Behind the Lofty SDGs the Reality is People Don’t Trust Governments to Act

Michael Sani is a fervent believer in people casting transformative power with their votes. As chief executive of Bite the Ballot, a program supporting the U.K. Cabinet Office to increase voter registration, he partnered with Starbucks to

Climate
Newest Government Role: Chief Heat Officer

Newest Government Role: Chief Heat Officer

Fancy a job in a hot seat? They don’t come much hotter than the new positions just created in Miami-Dade County, Florida and Athens, Greece. The role of chief heat officer has emerged as part

Sustainability
Two approaches to sustainable fashion, but are they enough?

Two approaches to sustainable fashion, but are they enough?

As the 2021 Fall Fashion Weeks kick-off, the industry is under the sustainability microscope as never before. And, just as the weeks themselves seek to tell stories of individuals, and businesses rich in creativity and

Biodiversity
Mathis Wackernagel on Moving Everyone to Help the Earth Regenerate

Mathis Wackernagel on Moving Everyone to Help the Earth Regenerate

“The second biggest risk that humanity is facing in the 21st Century is overshoot,” says Mathis Wackernagel, “because it feeds into all these symptoms such as climate change, biodiversity loss, food issues, energy issues, and water. These

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