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How to Use Nature to Make Progress Across Several ESG Goals
How to Use Nature to Make Progress Across Several ESG Goals

FINANCE & INVESTMENT - Investors and shareholders leading the push for greater ESG performance recognize that ESG challenges are complex, evolving and nuanced. The Family Forest Carbon Program allows companies to address a range of critical ESG issues that benefit the environment and rural communities.

Black Lives Matter; Racial Equity Is Fundamental to Our Vision of a Flourishing Future
Black Lives Matter; Racial Equity Is Fundamental to Our Vision of a Flourishing Future

WALKING THE TALK - We must foster resilient and just societies in order to solve the major challenges that face the world. So, systemic racism and barriers to equity must be embedded into the sustainability equation and conversation.

Sisters’ Social Enterprise Breaking the Cycle of Limited Personal Mobility in the UAE
Sisters’ Social Enterprise Breaking the Cycle of Limited Personal Mobility in the UAE

WASTE NOT - Meet Charicycles — the upcycled cycles that are helping improve mobility and air quality in Dubai, while improving the wellbeing and motivation of children in refugee camps.

SDGs Key to (Re)Building Tourism with an Eye Toward the Future
SDGs Key to (Re)Building Tourism with an Eye Toward the Future

PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - The travel industry has done a poor job integrating the SDGs into business operations and reporting on them. But the Goals offer guidance on how to develop destinations that can appropriately manage tourism’s footprint and minimize environmental impact while benefiting local communities.

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Fairtrade America Calls for Democratization of Data Across Supply Chains
Fairtrade America Calls for Democratization of Data Across Supply Chains

SUPPLY CHAIN - Farmers working within complex supply chains require democracy in data to obtain a living wage. If the goal is supply chain sustainability, then data needs to be shared among all stakeholders. 

The World Has Changed, But Investor Interest in ESG Remains. What’s Expected of Your Company?
The World Has Changed, But Investor Interest in ESG Remains. What’s Expected of Your Company?

FINANCE & INVESTMENT - As the crisis continues to unfold, ESG topics will continue to grow in importance. Companies will be judged by their ability to withstand financial shocks, but also by how they’ve treated their employees, clients and communities.

Trending: Investors Show How to Stay the Future-Proof Course in a Post-COVID World
Trending: Investors Show How to Stay the Future-Proof Course in a Post-COVID World

FINANCE & INVESTMENT - A new toolkit provides a roadmap for addressing risks to the ‘S’ part of ESG investing; while a new case study validates the Rockefeller Brothers Foundation’s bet on a fossil-fuel-free portfolio.

Humanscale, EcoRise Partner to Bring Sustainability Education to Classrooms Across the US
Humanscale, EcoRise Partner to Bring Sustainability Education to Classrooms Across the US

COLLABORATION - Program will help teachers foster students’ leadership skills, critical thinking and environmental literacy; and provide a Student Innovation Fund for projects that improve schools’ environmental performance.

Community Support, Collaboration Signal Resilient Future for Co-operatives
Community Support, Collaboration Signal Resilient Future for Co-operatives

WALKING THE TALK - The coronavirus pandemic has made clear the importance of each person and business acting individually to work toward a shared goal that benefits society as a whole. Co-ops are inherently set up for resilience, as they act with the best interest of the community in mind.

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Unilever Marks Sustainable Living Plan’s 10th Year; New ‘Compass’ to Guide Further Progress
Unilever Marks Sustainable Living Plan’s 10th Year; New ‘Compass’ to Guide Further Progress

LEADERSHIP - In 10th and final year of the company’s Sustainable Living Plan, CEO Alan Jope reinforces commitment to sustainability leadership; calls for renewed action to tackle social inequality and the climate crisis in post-COVID world.

Q&A: As Stakeholders Demand More from Business, B Corps Rise to the Occasion
Q&A: As Stakeholders Demand More from Business, B Corps Rise to the Occasion

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - Here, Lisa Geason-Bauer, founder of Evolution Marketing, discusses the importance of diversity, inclusivity and employee engagement; as well as how B Corps are ideally placed to meet the rapidly changing needs of businesses today and in the future.

Giving Tuesday Now: The Jumpstart We Need to Reimagine Giving
Giving Tuesday Now: The Jumpstart We Need to Reimagine Giving

PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - #GivingTuesdayNow is an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. It’s an opportunity to give back to communities in safe ways that allow for social connection; to support the critical work of the nonprofit sector; and perhaps more importantly, to redefine the role of business.

How Can Boards Successfully Guide a Transition to Sustainable Business?
How Can Boards Successfully Guide a Transition to Sustainable Business?

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - A well-structured sustainability committee not only serves a critical coordinating function, but also steers sustainability right to the heart of the company and the company’s strategy. Let’s take a look at how boards at some of the world’s leading companies have tackled this.

Reimagining Corporate-Nonprofit Partnerships in Times of Crisis
Reimagining Corporate-Nonprofit Partnerships in Times of Crisis

WALKING THE TALK - In a time when needs are growing but government resources are constricted, nonprofits are being asked to do more with fewer resources. Promises made by companies to fulfill the needs of their communities and their stakeholders are more important now than ever before — which is why we need social impact solutions that can do both.

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‘Yes, and ...’: A Framework for an Uncertain Future
‘Yes, and ...’: A Framework for an Uncertain Future

THE NEXT ECONOMY - For businesses navigating the coronavirus, prospects are daunting in this liminal space. While many are navigating the current “new normal” well by taking each daily (hourly) change one at a time, some are starting to look past now through the power of “yes-and” thinking.

#WeStandTogether: What Better Time for Companies to Demonstrate Their Purpose?
#WeStandTogether: What Better Time for Companies to Demonstrate Their Purpose?

COLLABORATION - During this time of crisis, it becomes self-evident that the Sustainable Brands community will provide the leadership and optimism our communities need. Collectively, we were built for this moment.

250+ Craft Brewers Join Brewgooder’s #DrinkBeerGiveWater Movement for World Water Day
250+ Craft Brewers Join Brewgooder’s #DrinkBeerGiveWater Movement for World Water Day

COLLABORATION - This World Water Day (March 22), over 250 craft brewers from around the world will launch unique brews, proceeds benefitting The Brewgooder Foundation and its sustainable development projects across Malawi.

Don’t You (Forget About P)
Don’t You (Forget About P)

FINANCE & INVESTMENT - Every product (P) has an impact on the consumer and society. Yet it appears that what all ESG ratings fail to do is evaluate the impact on the positive and negative externalities of a company’s P. While ESG looks at operational aspects of a business, P is the part that ESG seemingly forgot.

One Family: How Driscoll’s Is Working to Safeguard Its Farming Communities
One Family: How Driscoll’s Is Working to Safeguard Its Farming Communities

SUPPLY CHAIN - Driscoll’s One Family philosophy has played a key role in helping the company navigate challenges such as labor standards, immigration reform and water stewardship. We spoke to Soren Bjorn, President of Driscoll's of the Americas, about the impact it has had on the farming communities who produce its berries.

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We Need a Business Revolution — and We Can’t Base It on the Kindness of CEOs
We Need a Business Revolution — and We Can’t Base It on the Kindness of CEOs

THE NEXT ECONOMY - Entrepreneurs and investors across the US and Europe see the need to redefine ownership and governance — so much so that a grassroots global movement is emerging to develop and support business models rooted in stakeholder governance.

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