Posts: Meg Morgan

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Meg Morgan is Head of CSR in London. She has over 13 years experience advising a spectrum of clients from FTSE 100 to governments, small business and charities on a host of complex and interesting issues to build corporate resilience and change consumer behaviour. Between work and family she is often looking out for another challenge to keep her busy – marathon, sky dive, hike…

How responsible should brands be in driving sustainability and changing consumer behaviour?

by Meg Morgan| August 21, 2012

At a recent roundtable hosted by Ketchum Pleon London, industry experts Adam Elman, Head of Delivery Plan A, Marks & Spencer; Dr Sally Uren, Deputy Chief Executive, Forum for the Future; David Metcalfe, CEO, Verdantix; Mark Hopkinson, Head of New Business UNICEF UK as well as Meg Morgan, the sustainability lead, for Ketchum Pleon London debated […]

Future Proofing Our Natural Capital And Driving The Global Economy

by Meg Morgan| February 20, 2012

When the world leaders get together at the Rio+20 conference in Brazil in June you should expect an ambitious agenda and some inevitable jostling of vocals on proposed Sustainable Development Goals. Are SDG’s going to save our planet?

The Sustainable Choice — Changing the Way Consumers Think

by Meg Morgan| January 30, 2012

Sustainability reports are not new. Companies perceived by the public as having the greatest impact on our environment and society have been producing these reports for years – and usually they show an incremental improvement in their environmental impact over the years – as you’d expect. The purpose and quality of these reports also varies […]