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Environmental Risks to Cause $120B ‘Chain Reaction’ for Companies by 2026
Environmental Risks to Cause $120B ‘Chain Reaction’ for Companies by 2026

SUPPLY CHAIN - The findings are a stark warning of the financial impact of environmental risks for both companies and consumers, as firms rally around the need for better management of environmental risks in product supply chains.

Introducing the Natural Next Step for Science-Based Targets
Introducing the Natural Next Step for Science-Based Targets

THE NEXT ECONOMY - Setting science-based targets for nature — as Seventh Generation and other leading companies are doing — can bolster climate targets while also helping to protect and restore water, oceans, land and biodiversity.

330+ Companies with Ambitious Science-Based Targets Exceeding Paris Emissions Goals
330+ Companies with Ambitious Science-Based Targets Exceeding Paris Emissions Goals

WALKING THE TALK - SBTi target-setters are ahead of schedule: Since setting targets, these companies are reducing annual emissions at a rate that exceeds the rate needed to limit warming to 1.5°C.

PepsiCo Doubles Down on Climate Goals, Expands Farmer-Empowerment Efforts in Latin America
PepsiCo Doubles Down on Climate Goals, Expands Farmer-Empowerment Efforts in Latin America

WALKING THE TALK - PepsiCo plans to more than double its science-based climate goal, aiming to achieve net-zero emissions by 2040; and expands efforts to create resilient supply chains in Latin America and the Caribbean, with a focus on female farmers.

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How Companies Can Accelerate Their Transformation to Net Zero
How Companies Can Accelerate Their Transformation to Net Zero

WALKING THE TALK - Net Zero Now™ helps companies strengthen customer relationships, drive sales growth, improve their procurement strategy, and deliver the transformation that is required to address the climate emergency.

Walmart Announces Goal to Become a Regenerative Company
Walmart Announces Goal to Become a Regenerative Company

THE NEXT ECONOMY - The world’s largest retailer targets zero emissions by 2040 and aims to protect or restore at least 50M acres of land and 1M square miles of ocean by 2030 — but are there gaps in its plan?

Science Based Targets Initiative Developing Global Standard for Corporate Net-Zero Targets
Science Based Targets Initiative Developing Global Standard for Corporate Net-Zero Targets

THE NEXT ECONOMY - SBTi has released a new paper that lays the foundations for establishing credible, science-based net-zero targets for the corporate sector.

Implementers, Catalysts and This Moment in History
Implementers, Catalysts and This Moment in History

LEADERSHIP - "If you’re going to do something great, why not spread it around? Why not be a catalyst and amplify the impact exponentially?" — Daniel Aronson

P&G Embraces Natural Climate Solutions to Achieve Global Climate Neutrality
P&G Embraces Natural Climate Solutions to Achieve Global Climate Neutrality

FINANCE & INVESTMENT - The goal is to reduce its GHGs by 50%, use 100% renewable electricity at all manufacturing sites by 2030, and advance  natural climate  solutions to achieve carbon neutrality for the decade.

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Kering Commits to Net-Positive Impact on Biodiversity by 2025
Kering Commits to Net-Positive Impact on Biodiversity by 2025

SUPPLY CHAIN - The luxury group’s new biodiversity strategy provides a detailed roadmap aligned with the Science Based Targets Network’s Framework, with four stages: Avoid, Reduce, Restore and Regenerate, and Transform.

Circularity, Human Rights, Regeneration Pillars of Natura’s 2030 ‘Commitment to Life’ Strategy
Circularity, Human Rights, Regeneration Pillars of Natura’s 2030 ‘Commitment to Life’ Strategy

THE NEXT ECONOMY - “We are confident that we will be able to reach these targets by 2030, but we are ambitious to get there sooner; because that is what the planet needs and what our consumers are asking for.” — Christopher Davis, The Body Shop

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.

Report Outlines Critical Actions for Beauty Brands to Sustainably ‘Make Up the Future’
Report Outlines Critical Actions for Beauty Brands to Sustainably ‘Make Up the Future’

CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS & PACKAGING - A new report published this week by sustainability consulting group Quantis maps the urgent actions that cosmetics and personal care brands must address to achieve sustainability in today’s fast-changing world.

155 Business Leaders Push Governments for Net Zero COVID-Recovery Plan
155 Business Leaders Push Governments for Net Zero COVID-Recovery Plan

THE NEXT ECONOMY - In the largest-ever, UN-backed, CEO-led climate advocacy effort, major multinationals — all part of the Science Based Targets initiative — reaffirm their own commitments to achieving zero-carbon economy and call on governments to match their ambition.

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Starbucks Commits to a Resource-Positive Future, Giving More than It Takes from the Planet
Starbucks Commits to a Resource-Positive Future, Giving More than It Takes from the Planet

THE NEXT ECONOMY - In a public letter to all company stakeholders, CEO Kevin Johnson sets 2030 science-based targets for carbon, water and waste as part of a multi-decade aspiration.

CDP: Supply Chains Hold Key to 1GT of Emissions Savings
CDP: Supply Chains Hold Key to 1GT of Emissions Savings

SUPPLY CHAIN - New report finds that over a billion metric tons (equal to emissions of Brazil and Mexico combined) of emissions would be saved if suppliers to just 125 multinationals increased their renewable electricity by 20%.

285 Companies’ Science-Based Targets Signal Significant Progress Toward Paris Agreement Goals
285 Companies’ Science-Based Targets Signal Significant Progress Toward Paris Agreement Goals

COLLABORATION - New report reveals that by meeting their science-based targets, these companies — with more GHGs than France and Spain, combined — will eliminate 265 million metric tons of emissions from their operations, equivalent to closing 68 coal-fired power plants.

Serious About Scope 3: Pioneering Companies Embracing Complexity, Reaping the Benefits
Serious About Scope 3: Pioneering Companies Embracing Complexity, Reaping the Benefits

SUPPLY CHAIN - There’s no doubt Scope 3 emissions reductions are challenging. How do you get supplier data? Without recognition toward climate performance targets, is it even worth it? Good news: Answers to these questions are becoming clear.

Q&A: P&G and the Road to 100% Renewables
Q&A: P&G and the Road to 100% Renewables

CLEANTECH - Procter & Gamble has reached its 2020 goal of purchasing 100% renewable electricity in the US, Canada and Western Europe — which represent over 70% of its purchased electricity. We caught up with James McCall, Global Supply Chain Sustainability Leader at P&G, to learn more.

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6 Lessons Learned Over a Century of Advancing a Circular Economy
6 Lessons Learned Over a Century of Advancing a Circular Economy

WASTE NOT - International Paper is 121 years old. If we want to be relevant for the next century, we must bring others along on our trajectory toward circularity. Whether you’re just starting out or are further down the path to circularity, take comfort in knowing you are not in this alone.

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