Reconciliation?

20 May 2016 3:34 PM | John Heap (Administrator)

Most of us want to help our organisations be productive - but we also want to be kind to the environment.  Can these aims be reconciled?


Well, yes! - but sometimes it depends on the timeframe you are looking at.


Take agriculture as an example.


Using pesticides and fertilisers can increase yield (increasing productivity) - but over a long period may have a detrimental effect on the soil leading to lower yields in that longer-term.


So, if you have a problem about conflicting aims, try to look at the big picture and look at it over an extended period before tasking your decision as to what to prioritise.


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