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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.

Upcycled Food Industry a Nascent Leader in Sustainability, Climate Solutions
Upcycled Food Industry a Nascent Leader in Sustainability, Climate Solutions

THE NEXT ECONOMY - A recent survey of members of the Upcycled Food Association revealed several interesting findings, which I think demonstrates the scale and game-changing potential of the upcycled food opportunity. 

Predictions About the New Normal in Sustainable Investing Post-COVID-19
Predictions About the New Normal in Sustainable Investing Post-COVID-19

FINANCE & INVESTMENT - Many investment firms are modifying their strategies and valuation models over the long term in the wake of the pandemic. Over the next 12 to 36 months, the following six mega-trends promise to reshape the business practices and investing.

Trending: Virus, Be Damned — Fashion Industry Charges Ahead Toward Sustainable Future
Trending: Virus, Be Damned — Fashion Industry Charges Ahead Toward Sustainable Future

BUSINESS CASE - Even as COVID-19 continues to dominate headlines and the global consciousness, the 7th annual Fashion Revolution Week sees news and moves from Jeans Redesign, Vivienne Westwood and Fair Trade USA, to name a few.

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Scotland’s Circular Ambitions Take (Hopefully Temporary) Back Seat During Pandemic
Scotland’s Circular Ambitions Take (Hopefully Temporary) Back Seat During Pandemic

WASTE NOT - COVID-19 has delayed both the Scottish Climate Change Plan update and the Scottish Circular Economy Bill. While it’s unclear now whether the latter will ever see the light of day, stakeholders agree that the delay is a welcome opportunity to reassess and strengthen the Bill.

The Coronavirus Is Making Public Discourse Sick
The Coronavirus Is Making Public Discourse Sick

MARKETING AND COMMS - When it comes to Coronavirus, the climate emergency or any other disaster, we shouldn’t antagonize; rather, we should empathise. If we learn to see beyond the tips of our noses and adopt a global empathy, we'll be able to tackle this virus — and the even bigger crisis of the climate emergency.

SDGs White Paper: A Compass That Indicates Where Japan Is Today and Should Head in the Future
SDGs White Paper: A Compass That Indicates Where Japan Is Today and Should Head in the Future

ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE - The "SDGs White Paper 2019" aims to help promote fundamental understanding of the SDGs — featuring sections that use concrete case studies and data to clearly explain what is happening in the world, what the issues are, and what Japan is doing on each of the 17 goals.

Sustainability Is Dead. Long Live Sustainability (or, Redefining the Term in a Post-COVID World …)
Sustainability Is Dead. Long Live Sustainability (or, Redefining the Term in a Post-COVID World …)

THE NEXT ECONOMY - We get to choose what the world will look like when we open our doors in three…six…twelve months’ time. Will we choose Human 101 or Human 3.0?

Now Is the Time to Detox the Fashion Industry — Here's How to Do It
Now Is the Time to Detox the Fashion Industry — Here's How to Do It

CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS & PACKAGING - ZDHC Foundation Executive Director Frank Michel outlines why now is the time for the industry to stick to its sustainability commitments, and offers the industry a free tool to start detoxing.

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‘Green Swans’ Will Kill Some Brands, Boost Others
‘Green Swans’ Will Kill Some Brands, Boost Others

THE NEXT ECONOMY - Green Swans also take the world by surprise — because of their exponential character, and because they produce outcomes previously considered to be not just improbable but impossible. But rather than driving degeneration like their Grey and Black cousins, they help drive resilience and regeneration.

3 Ways the Coronavirus Outbreak Can Lead to a More Sustainable Future
3 Ways the Coronavirus Outbreak Can Lead to a More Sustainable Future

THE NEXT ECONOMY - Although the danger to our health is currently very present and very real, experts expect this crisis will at some point pass, and we will be able to resume our normal lives with a renewed sense of appreciation. The question is, what will a return to “business as usual” look like?

‘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.

Let’s Not Feed the ‘Futurism Frenzy’
Let’s Not Feed the ‘Futurism Frenzy’

THE NEXT ECONOMY - If we look at the original Greek root of the word “crisis,” we learn it means to “sift and separate” — what if we are being called on to sift through and look at our lives, and let fall all that is not important? What does not get sifted, what remains with us, is where our energy should go.

Meet 5 More Disruptors That Could Transform Fashion as We Know It
Meet 5 More Disruptors That Could Transform Fashion as We Know It

CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS & PACKAGING - The H&M Foundation has unveiled the latest crop of innovators to earn its Global Change Award. The five startups share a €1 million prize pot and will participate in the Foundation’s Innovation Acceleration Program.

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Back to the ‘50s: Predictions for a Post-Coronavirus World
Back to the ‘50s: Predictions for a Post-Coronavirus World

THE NEXT ECONOMY - With luck, we’ll avoid the worst case scenario and be able to ignore this article. But some of the trends are already in motion; and even if the pandemic and its consequences are severe, they offer opportunities for brands that can embrace them.

The Lizard, the Lion and the Lamb: The Tension Between Fear, Action and Just Being Present
The Lizard, the Lion and the Lamb: The Tension Between Fear, Action and Just Being Present

BEHAVIOR CHANGE - As individuals, we’re experiencing multiple concurrent responses to the crisis, which confuse and further un-nerve us. We are oscillating between fear and uncertainty, the urgent prompt to act; the rise of compassion and love, and also a need to cocoon and wait it out. These responses are reflections of how we function as human beings.

With More CEOs at Home with Their Children, Could This Pandemic Be the Catalyst Sustainability Needs?
With More CEOs at Home with Their Children, Could This Pandemic Be the Catalyst Sustainability Needs?

WALKING THE TALK - As CEOs spend time reconnecting with their children at home, investors open laptops at kitchen tables and policymakers have more time than ever to consider our future; is now the time when long-term, sustainable decision-making will finally trump all else?

WRAP’s New ‘Grower Guidance’ Helps Farms Fight Food Waste
WRAP’s New ‘Grower Guidance’ Helps Farms Fight Food Waste

WASTE NOT - WRAP has published new guidance expanding the reach of the UK’s Food Waste Reduction Roadmap, providing growers with advice on how best to identify the causes of food surplus and waste, and help inform where action is needed.

New Tool Shows Billions at Stake in Meat Sector Due to Climate Concerns
New Tool Shows Billions at Stake in Meat Sector Due to Climate Concerns

FINANCE & INVESTMENT - $20T investor network releases first-of-its-kind tool to model the financial impacts of climate change on five leading meat firms and the animal protein sector at large.

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Trending: The Rise and Rise of Plant-Based Proteins
Trending: The Rise and Rise of Plant-Based Proteins

PRODUCT, SERVICE & DESIGN INNOVATION - Impossible Foods announces another step in its journey toward world domination; while conventional protein giants Bumble Bee and Cargill get in on the meat-free fun with a new partnership, private-label plant-based products.

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