Development Crossing

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability

Laura Hughes's Comments

Comment Wall (13 comments)

At 12:47pm on October 21, 2008, Faisal Ibn Jafar said…
Hope all are wonderful in your place!!
At 7:13am on October 25, 2008, Tume Etienne Mberinyuyle said…
Laura i like your profile, I am a CAmeroonian, I am 23 And i like to be in torch with you frequent to as to share developmental issues with you. I like people who like development. So i am waiting to hear from you. BYe Is Tume Etienne Mberinyuyle. Cell +23775862010Hoping to hear from you soon.
At 4:21pm on November 13, 2008, Rosario De Medici said…
Hi Laura,

I just recently became aware of your company from a newsletter update from Development Crossing. After looking at your site, I came to the conclusion that there is certainly a symbiotic relationship between our organizations. See and I'd love to engage in dialogue with you to discuss ways in which we can work together for the same ultimate goal. You can email me at
At 2:23pm on January 26, 2009, krishan said…
Hi Laura Hughes,
I am looking for a job I am fresher but i have experience of 3 management internships (nine months) in well known organizations first one is Development Alternatives (DA) Group funded by US DOS, USAID and many more funding agencies second one Reliance Life Sciences (RLS). In DA's project I was the member of implementing team of Rural Entrepreneurship Zones. while in RLS I headed two states (Rajasthan and Gujarat) for procurement of Jatropha seeds for biofuel production. I am interested in poverty alleviation works, women empowerment projects.
If you have any information please suggest me.
At 8:54am on January 27, 2009, krishan said…
I am very thankful to you Laura Hughes for your kind cooperation.
At 8:41am on August 6, 2009, Nidhi Mittal said…
Hi Laura! I am a CSR consultant and have heard a great deal about Lead training programmes. Do you all engage in consulting projects as well? Would love to connect and learn more about the programmes you are engaged in now and in the future.
At 6:15am on August 7, 2009, Nidhi Mittal said…
Hi Laura,
Nice to hear back from you. Your consulting engagements sound quite interesting. As for myself, I am currently working with SMEs in London in the CSR area. Have not yet had a chance to attend one of your LEAD events or training programmes but would love to in the future.
Hope to keep in touch.

At 8:31am on August 7, 2009, Will Snell said…
Hi Laura,

Thanks for yours - good to hear from you. Shame about the event! But it would be good to talk about future collaboration. My business partner Rob Breare met with Simon Lyster last year. I'm looking to run a corporate engagement event in February in London with a coalition called BUILD, and wonder if LEAD would be interested in getting involved.

Worth having a chat at some point? I'm also based in London so could meet or talk on the phone.

At 6:02pm on August 7, 2009, Luiz Fernando Felippe Guida said…
Em que projeto você trabalha no Brasil?
At 7:16am on August 14, 2009, Emma Wilson said…
Thanks for making contact. It's good to hear about your work and the China meeting sounds really interesting. I'll get back to you later with more of a response! Emma
At 6:05am on August 18, 2009, Emma Wilson said…
I'm not sure this is what you are looking for, but interesting refs all the same.

I recommend Walt Patterson's 'Keeping the Lights On' and apparently David MacKay's 'Sustainable Energy Without the Hot Air' is a good read (it's next on my list!)

IISD's recent report on clean energy investment in developing countries can be found at: There's also the UNEP/SEFI report Global Trends in Sustainable Energy Investment (and more!) at:

A selection of blogs and websites are listed on the EnergyDev website ( You could browse through those.

Hope this helps - and if you find anything more yourself I'd love to get your recommendations!

At 6:41am on August 18, 2009, Emma Wilson said…
Of course there's the World Energy Outlook, too:
At 11:24am on August 21, 2009, Emma Wilson said…
Thanks for the links. Your event looks great and that Chinese blog looks very useful. (And I loved the Hans Rosling!)

You need to be a member of Development Crossing to add comments!

Join Development Crossing

© 2018   Created by Development Crossing.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service