H&M announces two sustainable news: The launch of a new concept – H&M Take Care – consisting of products, guidance and services that will help customers refresh, repair and remake garments, shoes and accessories.
This World Economic Forum report covers the cutting-edge innovations that are transforming the construction industry. Furthermore, the report presents three scenarios including building in a virtual world, factories run the world and a green reboot.
This white paper by WEF, "highlights the critical role of good policies, funding mechanisms and alliances to increase investments and enable the energy innovation ecosystem to prosper, as well as proposing new 'bold ideas' "
Ceres & KKS Advisors conducted research on Forbes 500 companies finding a relationship between strong systems such as incentives for top executives, and formal mandates within the board and positive sustainability outcomes.
The UFEA in collaboration with WWF and with support from the EU Commission and UNFCCC presents 25 examples how stakeholders in the sports sector in Europe have contributed to sustainability measures and how stakeholders at all levels can help tackle climate change.
S-HUB was launched in March 2017, this year we focused on understanding sustainability in Norway, building the community and sharing knowledge. Our report encompasses what we accomplished during our first year, and what we are looking forward to throughout 2018.
An overview of the research conducted by the Independent Research in Responsible Investment, of what successful employee engagement in sustainability looks like. A summary of the 2017 report in video format is also included.
EY and Sustainable Brands conducted a survey in 2016 of 420 members of the Sustainable Brands community, to determine the "why" behind purpose driven companies. This report explains the key insights and challenges that purpose-led brands encounter.
In this article, Yale Science Communications with Impact Network director, Paul Lussier discusses how people across society can talk about and work together on the issue of climate change, despit the stance the government takes.
For four years in a row DNV GL, the United Nations Global Compact and Sustainia have released the Global Opportunity Report, which turns some of the world’s biggest challenges into sustainable business opportunities. They have identified markets that tackle a multitude of risks, from water-efficient agriculture and the wonders of drip irrigation and drone technology to the challenge of putting more food on our tables worldwide, to intelligent cyber security and the ability of advanced artificial intelligence to keep us safe online.
Each year the Global Risks Report works with experts and decision-makers across the world to identify and analyze the most pressing risks that we face. As the pace of change accelerates, and as risk interconnections deepen, this year’s report highlights the growing strain we are placing on many of the global systems we rely on.
The report looks at 10 key trends and dozens of metrics assessing how, and how much, companies are moving the needle on the world’s most pressing environmental challenges. The report is produced in partnership with Trucost, part of S&P Global, a world leader in helping companies, investors, governments, academics and thought leaders to understand the economic consequences of natural capital dependency.
The 1st edition of the Sustainability ROI Workbook was launched in May, and its 2nd edition was released in September. The 3rd edition of the Sustainability ROI Workbook ― SRW 3.0, keeps getting better, thanks to suggestions and feedback from users and from participants in workshops and presentations.
The annual A List names the world's businesses leading on environmental performance. This year, 160 corporates was recognised as the pioneers acting on climate change, water security and deforestation, and building our new sustainable economy that works for both people and planet.
KPMG’s Survey of Corporate Responsibility Reporting has been monitoring developments in the field of CR and sustainability reporting since 1993. For this 10th edition, KPMG member firm professionals analyzed the annual financial reports, corporate responsibility reports, and websites of 4,900 companies in 49 countries, making it our most extensive survey ever.
On 21 September, GRI and the UN Global Compact launched the first outcome publication of their groundbreaking Action Platform for Business Reporting on the SDGs. The publication demystifies the esoteric world of sustainability disclosures for companies seeking to report their impact on the SDGs.
This online report tracks 18 indicators from the Sustainable Development Goals and includes breakthrough data projections to forecast future scenarios. The report also tell the stories behind the data with first-person accounts from leaders around the world who are working to save lives and give everyone an opportunity to reach their full potential.
In this book, aimed at Norwegian trade, experts and researchers writes about the status on innovation in trade, how new business models can take shape and become implemented in a digital and sustainable future.