A bipolar Europe, about to become a tear in rain?

The path that is following the European project, with Greece as the most recent main actor, is really disconcerting. I don´t refer to the reached situation analyzed from the politic nor economic point of view, since from long before most of political representatives Read More …

“It’s the sustainability, stupid”

“It’s the economy, stupid” is a slight variation of the phrase “The economy, stupid” which James Carville had coined as a campaign strategist of Bill Clinton’s successful 1992 presidential campaign against sitting president George H. W. Bush [1] If Bill Clinton tried (and could) to run again for Read More …

British Safety Council (@BritSafe): a strong and brave approach

My very last article in PrevenBlog -the corporate blog of the consultancy firm PrevenControl- is headed with a motto [1]: “When the world thinks it´s about legislation, we know it´s about people” This is one of the slogans that the British Read More …

The #nanomaterials´ path is like #asbestos´ way, even in the manners

There is moment in almost any discussion about nanotechnology and safety, in which arises the recurring comparison between nanomaterials and asbestos. It is not about a mere comparison from the point of view of materials science and engineering, of course, but Read More …

Tesla, a paradigm of disruption and a threat to weak states

Tesla´s home battery released last April 30 gathers many features to become a disruptive milestone from several points of view. From the product´s point of view, the Tesla batt provides an added value out of the reach of the existing Read More …

Political organizations and strategic analysis

In any great organization, the decisions taken are the result of complex analysis processes, experience-based learning and the application of a dose of intuition that the skilled people are supposed to meet. This same principle should be applied in the case of Read More …

To understand the information and communication technologies, a key objective

My last article in the “Healthy Workplaces” site of the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) is titled Project Safety culture from school”, closing the loop [1] and shows, in the one hand, the overall reach of the project Read More …

#LindaNO: “the biggest environmental and pollutant chemical disaster in Europe”

This entry is a sad but necessary review I want it to remain recorded in this blog, as repository of one of the most serious environmental disasters happened in Europe in the latest times. Some say it is the most Read More …

My 6-months experience of freelancer teleworking

Just two weeks ago, I reached the first six months since I established my professional activity under the broad concept of freelancer. My work focuses on business management in the fields of sustainability, environment, social responsibility and labour safety. Since this Read More …

Causal diagrams, connecting the alternatives to the objectives

My last post in Prevención Integral -the site by the Specific Research Centre for the Improvement and Innovation at Companies (CERpIE) of the Technical University of Catalunya- is entitled “Gestión de la #PRL: conectar los objetivos con las alternativas” [1] (#PRL Read More …

In Europe, the gender equality is a question of justice…. and survival

The discussion on gender equality is nowadays a highlighted topic in almost any field: social, political,.. and labour, of course. It takes up very prominent places in the more influential mass media. If you want to get pages and pages with recent information Read More …