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Vail Resorts Meets 100% Renewable Energy Goal, on Track to Achieve Net Zero Operating Footprint By 2030
Vail Resorts Meets 100% Renewable Energy Goal, on Track to Achieve Net Zero Operating Footprint By 2030

CLEANTECH - The company reports progress in its climate goals, as well as its work to support local communities and increase equitable access to snow sports and recreation.

Many Business Leaders See Sustainability as Costly Obligation Rather Than Investment in the Future
Many Business Leaders See Sustainability as Costly Obligation Rather Than Investment in the Future

LEADERSHIP - According to new Capgemini research, execs recognize the urgency for climate action; but limited impact is visible on the ground so far as they lack an overarching strategy, clarity on the business case and coordinated implementation.

Women in the Sustainability Trenches Impart Wisdom to Next Generation of Change Champions
Women in the Sustainability Trenches Impart Wisdom to Next Generation of Change Champions

LEADERSHIP - In a packed ballroom at SB’22 San Diego, women leading sustainability for three very different organizations explored how today’s leaders can engage and empower tomorrow’s generation to lead us to a flourishing future.

Why Employees Are 12x More Likely to Recommend Purpose-Driven Brands
Why Employees Are 12x More Likely to Recommend Purpose-Driven Brands

MARKETING AND COMMS - In a world where the mistreatment of employees, supply chain workers and/or the planet will quickly go public through a social post or a company review, ensure your organization’s internal beliefs and behaviors align with your external actions and communications.

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Cultivating Serendipity for Innovation, Impact and ‘Smart Luck’
Cultivating Serendipity for Innovation, Impact and ‘Smart Luck’

LEADERSHIP - Serendipity is about potentiality — it’s about connecting the dots. Once we look at the world less in terms of limitations and more in terms of opportunity, perceived liabilities can become assets; and a situation is reframed from one of passivity and powerlessness to one of activity and opportunity.

Ærli Aiming to Put Conscious, Regenerative Spin on Corporate Retreat Industry
Ærli Aiming to Put Conscious, Regenerative Spin on Corporate Retreat Industry

PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - The new Norwegian network of nine properties is on a mission to redefine business travel with experiences that embed and impart the very essence of sustainability and regenerative practices.

How Caesars Entertainment Drastically Augmented its ESG Impact
How Caesars Entertainment Drastically Augmented its ESG Impact

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - ‘Job purposing’ is making meaningful contributions to others or societal causes as part of regular work. Caesars showed that helping its sales and conventions departments job purpose was a promising pathway to dramatically augmenting its ESG work — and, thus, its positive societal impact.

Brands Are Only as Strong as the Weakest Link in Their Supply Chain
Brands Are Only as Strong as the Weakest Link in Their Supply Chain

SUPPLY CHAIN - Demand for low-cost goods has pushed manufacturing into the farthest regions of the world — many of which are increasingly vulnerable to climate change and harsh conditions. Eliminating the most vulnerable links only creates more problems; brands are only as strong as the weakest link in their supply chain.

US Public Agrees: Companies Cannot Adequately Address Climate Issues Without Including Racial Justice
US Public Agrees: Companies Cannot Adequately Address Climate Issues Without Including Racial Justice

WALKING THE TALK - New survey of US adults and C-suite about the role of business in addressing environmental justice shows disconnect for the latter on the link between the environment and racial equity.

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Just Capital Highlights 100 Companies Advancing Racial Equity, Opportunity for Workers and Communities
Just Capital Highlights 100 Companies Advancing Racial Equity, Opportunity for Workers and Communities

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - Companies cannot afford to ignore racial equity or neglect cultivating inclusive opportunity and mobility; their shareholders, employees, communities and customers are all paying attention to how they bring their commitments to life through action.

How the Sustainability Journey Can Be a Powerful Tool for Change
How the Sustainability Journey Can Be a Powerful Tool for Change

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - At a recent Sustainable Brands virtual event, leaders from the CPG, restaurant and IT industries highlighted how they sold important ideas and ambitions around impact and responsibility internally, and how that translates to external success.

How to Build a Whole Brand — and Why You Want to
How to Build a Whole Brand — and Why You Want to

MARKETING AND COMMS - Holistic thinking has a positive impact on a brand’s market share and ensures it stands on the right side of history. Brands that solely rely on marketing will be severely disadvantaged, especially as more and more consumers choose brands that align with their values over ones that don’t.

Crafting Transparency: Why Your Marketing Team Should Work Alongside Your ESG Team
Crafting Transparency: Why Your Marketing Team Should Work Alongside Your ESG Team

MARKETING AND COMMS - When companies miscommunicate sustainability information, there is usually no malicious intent but poor internal communication. Your marketing team will want to shout from the rooftop how sustainable your business is; but in a rush to do so, it can harm your brand — the very thing they have vowed to protect.

Sompo Holdings: Promoting Sustainable Management That Emphasizes Diversity & Inclusion
Sompo Holdings: Promoting Sustainable Management That Emphasizes Diversity & Inclusion

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - As she works to transform the company's 130-year-old corporate culture and the implementation of Purpose, we talked with Group Chief Sustainability Officer Ryoko Shimokawa about her vision for sustainable growth for the company and society.

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How to Sell Sustainability as a Key Measure of Business Success
How to Sell Sustainability as a Key Measure of Business Success

BUSINESS CASE - When companies make bold commitments to sustainability, we all win. Here, we share lessons learned and ongoing challenges from three very different corporate sustainability journeys — to show others on the front lines that they are not alone.

3 Key Traits Employers Must Adopt to Succeed in the New World of Work
3 Key Traits Employers Must Adopt to Succeed in the New World of Work

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - Work for Impact — a talent acquisition platform that attracts and uplifts underserved jobseekers around the world yearning for greater purpose in employment — is a model for purpose-driven companies to emulate.

A Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery, Inside an Enigma: New Insights, Approaches to Brand-Led Culture Change
A Riddle, Wrapped in a Mystery, Inside an Enigma: New Insights, Approaches to Brand-Led Culture Change

BEHAVIOR CHANGE - Creating meaningful consumer behavior change remains a ‘white whale’ for Purpose-driven brands. Here, we hear a behavior-first approach to changing culture, needed paradigm shifts for regenerative leadership, and the latest research on meaningfully connecting with dithering consumers.

Study: Employees Demanding More Meaning from Their Work Than Pre-Pandemic
Study: Employees Demanding More Meaning from Their Work Than Pre-Pandemic

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - New report from Allison+Partners, Carol Cone ON PURPOSE and The Harris Poll finds the C-Suite recognizes the imperative for organizational Purpose; yet, lack of alignment across functions threatens impact.

It’s 2022: Are Companies Walking Their Talk on Racial Equity?
It’s 2022: Are Companies Walking Their Talk on Racial Equity?

WALKING THE TALK - JUST Capital’s 2022 Corporate Racial Equity Tracker reveals progress in key areas; but companies have a long way to go toward implementing meaningful actions that help fundamentally advance racial equity.

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Appalachian Botanical Is Growing Opportunity in West Virginia
Appalachian Botanical Is Growing Opportunity in West Virginia

THE NEXT ECONOMY - The company — committed to sustainable agriculture and a truly inclusive approach for creating economic opportunity for the people of Boone County, West Virginia — has been growing lavender and raising bees on reclaimed coal mine soil since 2019.

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