Fatima Fasih

The History and Value of Green Chemistry

Green Chemistry: Its Advent, Recent Accomplishments, and Even More Promising Future

On the eve of December 3rd, 1984, more than 2,000 people in Bhopal, India, died in their sleep, followed by approximately 6,000 within the next couple of weeks. The deaths were caused by a leak of a highly toxic gas … Read More

ESG in Business Operations

The Development of ESG in Business Operations

Similar to the concept of corporate social responsibility (CSR), the practice of ESG was born out of actions in the business community over several decades, leading to our understanding of ESG today. The term ESG refers to evaluating a business … Read More

ESG Risks in Supply Chains

Update 2022: ESG Risks in Supply Chains

The post-pandemic economic recovery of 2021 created major global dilemmas such as fluctuations in fuel prices and disruptions at seaports due to the rising prices of a vast array of goods. With the addition of the Ukraine-Russia conflict, the resurgences … Read More

Climate Change Conference

Governments Going Green: A Post-Pandemic Recovery Strategy

After the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26), many governments around the world have indicated a desire to “build back better,” effectively boosting the economy while addressing social and environmental issues (such as income inequality and climate change). While … Read More