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Wind farms and Completos in Chile
Chile is really growing on me. Three trips over the past three months have allowed me to visit different parts of Chile, experience an inviting culture, see diverse projects ranging from copper mining to renewables, and food I have not had before: including the humble Completo. -- Shortlink: http://wp.me/p27qSt-Nj Read More
Who is Prizma and what do we do?
Having just returned from an
Postcard from Atacama Chile
A sustainability reporting assurance engagement provided an opportunity to see the Atacama Desert and stop for a coffee at the beautiful Bahia Inglesia, one of the top 10 beaches in Chile. This trip also provided an opportunity to learn about the changing landscape of
Welcoming Peter Easton, Water Risk & Sustainability Advisor
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IFC Performance Standards and ESMS Training for InterEnergy Holdings
In early May 2015,
Prizma Sponsoring IAIA15 Conference in Florence
As an environmental and sustainability practitioner involved in developments financed by multilateral financial institutions and Equator Banks (see examples below), I value the opportunity to network with and learn from my professional peers. Several of my team members and I are members of the
EBRD to receive IAIA’s 2015 Corporate Initiative Award
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (
Applying McKinsey Survey Results to Small Non-Profits?
A recent HBR article -
Prizma Celebrates 10 Years in Business
Ten years ago,
Why are GRI report publication dates shifting to later?
As a GRI-G4 certified practitioner in sustainability reporting, I note an interesting trend. Reporting dates appear to show a forward shift (on average), although you might expect the opposite, as organisations get better at it. Why is this?